POSTGRADUATE COURSES

POSTGRADUATE COURSES

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MODULAR COURSE IN PERIODONTICS

ECTS: 16 ECTS.
MODALITY: 8 part-time modules

MODULES

Module 1: Basic concepts in periodontal pathobiology.
Module 2: Periodontal evaluation, treatment plan and non-surgical therapy.
Module 3: Surgical treatment of periodontal disease.
Module 4: Regenerative bone surgery and reconstructive surgery. Preservation of alveoli.
Module 5: Periodontal plastic surgery.
Module 6: Periodontics and implants.
Module 7: Periodontics and Orthodontics. Periodontics and Endodontic (Root Canal) Therapy.
Module 8:Interrelations between Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry.

 

DATES

To be determined

VENUE

BARCELONA

HOURS

On Fridays from 9AM to 2PM & 3PM to 8PM
On Saturdays from 9AM to 3PM

Module 1: Basic concepts in periodontal pathobiology

October 27 and 28, 2017

Theory program:
– Presentation of the Program and Teaching Staff.
– Anatomy and Physiology of periodont.
– Periodontal examination and diagnosis.
– Classification of periodontal diseases.
– Epidemiology of periodontal diseases. Risk factors.
– Microbiology of periodontal diseases.
– Etiology of periodontal disease.
– Genetic factors associated to periodontal diseases.
– Local contributing factors associated to periodontal disease.
– Influence of systemic diseases on periodont.
– Management of periodontal clinic (Dr. Curull)

Hands-on program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 1st module articles.
– Execution of periodontogram and periodontal examination.
– Microbiological samples take.
– Case report presentation to carry out periodontal treatment plan.
– Dental photography in Periodontics. ( Sr Marcel, Fotolandia)
– Management and sale practice. (Dra Curull)

Module 2: Periodontal evaluation, treatment plan and non-surgical therapy

November 24 and 25, 2017

Theory program:
– Periodontal prognosis and treatment plan.
– Basic treatment of periodontal disease: non-surgical therapy.
– Local and systemic chemotherapeutic agents.
– Pharmacology in Periodontics.
– Periodontal medicine.
– Buccal medicine.
– Periodontal maintenance.
– Tobacco and periodontal disease.
– Periodontal emergency treatment.
– Re-evaluation of causal phase.

Hands-on program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 2nd module articles.
– Case report presentation to evaluate prognosis and carry out the treatment plan.
– Root scaling and smoothing technique.
– Instruments sharpening technique.

Module 3: Surgical treatment of periodontal disease

January 26 and 27, 2018

Theory program:
– General principles of periodontal surgical therapy.
– Preparation of periodontal surgical working field.
– Indications and counterindications of periodontal surgery.
– Anatomical limitations of periodontal surgery.
– Periodontal treatment of medically compromised patients.
– Incision types.
– Suture techniques.
– Resective periodontal surgical techniques.
– Gingival curettage.
– Gingivectomy.
– Periodontal flaps: types, techniques.
– Pockets reduction versus pocket elimination.
– Resective bone surgery.
– Limitations of resective bone surgery.

Hands-on Program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 3rd module articles.
– Case report presentation and discussion.
– Preparation of periodontal surgical working field.
– Incision and flap technique.
– Suturing technique.

Module 4: Regenerative bone surgery, and reconstructive surgery. Preservation of alveoli.

February 23 and 24, 2018

Theory program:
– Periodontal regeneration versus repairing versus new insertion.
– Root remodeling techniques.
– Bone grafts and grafting materials.
– Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR) /Guided bone regeneration.
-Regeneration with enamel proteins.
– Combined techniques.
– The use of platelet concentration in periodontics.
– New approaches to periodontal regeneration.
– Factors influencing the success of periodontal regeneration.
– Management of furcation lesions.
– Preservation of alveoli: classification, techniques.

Hands-on program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 4th module articles.
– Case report presentation and discussion.
– Execution of regenerative bone surgery with bone grafts.
– Execution of regenerative surgery with membranes.
– Execution of regenerative surgery with enamel proteins.
– Execution of alveolar preservation technique.

Module 5: Periodontal plastic surgery

March 9 and 10, 2018

Theory Program:
– Diagnosis and examination of mucogingival problems.
– Problems associated to attached gingiva.
– Problems associated to superficial vestibule.
– Problems associated to aberrant frenula.
– Etiology of gingival recession and mucogingival defects.
– Non-surgical control of etiological factors.
– Indications and contraindications for gingival augmentation.
– Surgical techniques for gingival augmentation.
– Surgical techniques for elimination of aberrant frenula.
– Surgical techniques for vestibule deepening.
– Indications and contraindications for root covering.
– Surgical techniques for root covering.
– Diagnosis and evaluation of alveolar border defects.
– Indications and contraindications for alveolar border augmentation.
– Soft tissue surgical techniques for alveolar border augmentation.

Hands-on Program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 5th module articles.
– Case report presentation and discussion.
– Execution of soft tissue surgery in animal heads and/or typodonts for gingival augmentation, root covering and alveolar border augmentation.
– Execution of mucogingival surgeries with allografts.
– Execution of mucogingival surgeries with enamel proteins.

Module 6: Periodontics and implants

April, 27 and 28, 2018

Theory Program:
– Anatomy and Physiology. Biological aspects of dental implants.
– Diagnosis.
– Periodontal considerations in implant treatment. Risk factors in implants.
– Treatment plan.
– Implant design.
– Basic principles of implant surgery.
– Medical evaluation of the patient. Medically compromised patient. Endovenous sedation. Informed consent.
– Indications and contraindications.
– Case selection.
– Surgical protocol.
– Provisionalization.
– Prosthetic considerations.
– Advanced implantology:Sinus elevation, short implants pterygoid implants, zygomatic implants. Guided bone regeneration. Membranes. Bone graft materials. Horizontal increase of alveolar border. Vertical increase of alveolar border. Crest expansion. Block grafts.
– Prosthetic aspects of dental implants.
– Diagnosis, prevention and treatment of peri-implant complications.
– Dental implants maintenance.

Hands-on program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 6th module articles.
– Case report presentation and discussion.
– Preparation of surgical working field for implants.
– Insertion of microimplants in animal heads and/or typodonts.
– Execution of advanced implantology techniques in animal heads.

Module 7: Periodontics and Orthodontics. Periodontics and Endodontic (Root Canal) Therapy

May, 11 and 12, 2018

Theory Program:
– Role of Orthodontics in periodontal patient.
– Benefits and indications of Orthodontics in periodontal patient.
– Periodontal preparation of orthodontic patient.
– Treatment sequence in ortho-perio patient.
– Factors to be considered in ortho-perio patient. Risk factors.
– Periodontal examination in orthodontic patient.
– Orthodontic examination.
– Mucogingival considerations in Orthodontics. Periodontal biotypes and orthodontic movements.
– Mucogingival techniques in Orthodontics.
– Orthodontic treatment of gingival discrepancies.
– Orthodontic management of bony defects.
– Use of corticotomy in Orthodontics.
– Endo-perio considerations.
– Etiology of pulp disease.
– Classification of pulp disease.
– Diagnosis.
– Effect of pulp diseases on periodont.
– Effect of periodontal diseases on pulp.
– Microbiology of pulp diseases.
– Endodontic-periodontal problems.
– Management of endodontic-periodontal lesions.
– Surgical treatment of endodontic lesions.
– Possible complications of endodontic therapy.

Hands-on Program:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 7th module articles.
– Surgery of canine exposure on labial in animal heads.
– Surgery of canine exposure on palatal in animal heads.
– Execution of different techniques of corticotomy on animal heads.
– Execution of periapical surgery on animal heads.
– Case reports presentation.

Module 8: Interrelation between Periodontics and Restorative Dentistry

June, 8 and 9, 2018

Theory Program:
– Biological considerations. Biological width vs dentogingival complex.
– Violation of biological width.
– Esthetic considerations in gingival tissue management.
– Preparation of periodont for restorative dentistry.
– Preprosthetic periodontal surgery.
– Esthetic and non-esthetic procedures of crown elongation.
– Occlusion role in periodontics.
– Periodontal splinting techniques.
– Anterior esthetic surgery
– Restorative therapy in periodontal patient.

Programa Práctico:
– Revision and critical evaluation of 8th module articles.
– Case report presentation and discussion.
– Occlusal adjustment practice.
– Esthetic crown elongation surgery.
– Periodontal splinting.

 

Course director: Dr. Antonio Santos Alemany

Teaching staff:

  • Dr. Juan Rumeu
  • Dra. Meritxell Losada
  • Dr. Manuel Cabezas
  • Dra. Vanesa Fortes
  • Dr. Guillermo Doria / Dr. José Antonio Gonzaléz
  • Dra. George Goumenos
  • Dra. Conchita Curull
  • Dr. Xavi Calvo
  • Dra. Marzia Savoini
  • Dr. Javier Vilarasa
  • Sr. Marcel Domingo
  • Dra. Carolina Manresa
  • Dr. Joan Birbe
  • Dr. Pablo Echarri

PRECIO

– One separate module: 950 €
– Modular course: 6.000€ → (5% of discount for early payment)
– 5% of discount for Odontogrup members.

WAY OF PAYMENT

– Matriculation 20% = 1.200 €
– The rest, 80%, in 8 monthly installments, 600 € each

 

ADMISSION

The number of places is limited, and they will be allotted by the first book first given system. The registrations received after the completing the available places will be put on waiting list in case of cancellations. The registration fee of those who don’t achieve a place will be paid back in its totality.

CANCELLATION

In case you are forced to cancel your registration, it is necessary to inform us about it 20 days before the beginning of the course in order to have the right to refund of the entire amount you paid. If the registration is cancelled after this date, the fee will be refunded with 30% of retention for organizing costs. If the cancellation takes place after the beginning of the course, there will be no refunding whatsoever.

ATHENEA DENTAL INSTITUTE reserves the right to modify the course program or to cancel the course in case there are insufficient registrations. The registration fee will be refunded in its totality.

OBSERVATIONS

Theory classes will be held with audiovisual aid. Making photos or total or partial recording of the courses is strictly forbidden.

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ADDRESS

Ronda del General Mitre, 90 08021, Barcelona.

PHONE

(+34) 935 137 481

WORKING HOURS

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