Implant prosthodontic deals with the replacement of compromised or missing teeth with dental implants and mobile/fixed prostheses.
Acquisition of the theoretical and practical knowledge in order to make a diagnosis in “implant” patients and in order to design and realize a correct implant supported prosthesis.
LEARNING OUTCOMES (FURTHER INFO)
At the end of the course the student must:
- be able to diagnose and realize a proper treatment plan including fixed or mobile
prostheses implant supported
- be able to clinically identify indications and contraindications to the
rehabilitation with the various types of fixed prostheses
- know in detail the various types of dental implants and implant connections
- be able to apply the knowledge acquired in order to decide the type of dental implants and the type of restorative materials best suited to realize a fixed/mobile prosthesis in a specific clinical situation
- have acquired a proper terminology in order to be able to identify the various
types of implant supported prostheses and their components and in order to describe the procedures
required to realize a fixed prosthesis with a suitable language module
- Diagnosis and treatment plan in implant dentistry
- Implant dentistry history
- Implant loading time
- The implant choice: micro and macro morphology
- Occlusal material in implant supported rehabilitations
- Risk factors in implant supported rehabilitations
- Hygienic and Dietetic Guidelines for Implant-Supported prostheses
- Immediate loading full-arch protocols
- Prosthodontic framework: traditional material and new technology
Columbus Bridge Protocol of Pera Bevilacqua Tealdo
Implantologia of Capelli and Testori
The interview will evaluate the capacity to formulate a proper diagnosis and treatment plan using a suitable terminology.
The evaluation will also include punctuality, personal behaviour, communication skills, decency and professionalism in the relationship with the patient, with the clinical tutors and with the dental equips of the different clinical divisions.