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The oral surgery course in implantology aims to give to students all the surgical knowledges and skills needed for the correct positioning of dental endosseous implants. In particular, all surgical, medical, radiological and anatomical aspects related to implant surgery will be treated.
Theoretical lessons will provide as much information as possible for correct planning of implant treatment through the presentation of explanatory clinical cases. Theoretical lessons will be completed by a part of practical activity during which students will have the opportunity to observe "in vivo" as they learned in lesson. Furtherly they will try to insert dental implants using specifically designed lab models.
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
- Perform a proper clinical examination and anamnesis for implant purposes
- know how to formulate a correct diagnosis and treatment schedule
- know the different anesthetic techniques used in implantology
- know the different surgical options and how to administer and execute the implant surgery
1- History of modern implantology, principles of osteointegration
2- Absolute / relative indications and contraindications in implantology
4- Classification of the atrophies of the jaws
3- Diagnosis and treatment planning
4- Implant-oriented surgical anatomy
5- Surgical implant technique,
6- The pre-and postoperative management of the patient and the operative environment
7- Post-Extractive Implantology
8- Bone Augmentation Procedures: The Sinus lift
9- Tilted implants: from the "all on four" concept to zygomatic implants
10- Complications in implantology
|Romeo E, Luongo G, Storelli S, Guida L, Parpaiola A, Vaia E||Il successo in implantologia: diagnosi, piano di trattamento e protocolli operativi||Edra||2014||978-88-214-2972-9|
|Niklaus P. Lang & Jan Lindhe||Parodontologia clinica e implantologia orale (Edizione 6)||Edi-Ermes||2016||978-88-7051-528-2|
If the number of students is over 6 exam will be a written test (multi-choice questions, only 1 correct answer for question, 31 questions for each exam). Up to 6 students the exam will consist in an oral interview.