Discover a NEW fully online introductory course that enables you to have a concrete understanding before you embark on your implant journey.
Are you thinking about getting started in implants? Are you spending hours researching implant courses but concerned about the time commitment and hefty course fees that often come with them? If you answered YES to any of these, then STOP what you’re doing and start thinking about getting a “feel” for implant dentistry before making that long-term and sometimes costly commitment.
The brand-NEW ‘Implant Starter Course’with the ITMA (Implant Training & Mentoring Academy) has been specifically developed for this reason – to provide all the essential foundations of implant dentistry before diving in at the deep-end. With 12 weekly online sessions (60-90 minutes), delivered over a three-month period and focusing on all the practical and theoretical elements of implant dentistry, this unique learning experience will enable you to have a solid base of knowledge before you step into the exciting world of implants and expand your skillset.
Dr Toheed Hamid, one of the course providers alongside Drs Mohsin Ali, Sahraa Jabbar, Aneel Jabbar, explains that the theoretical aspects of implant dentistry are just as important as the practical when becoming a competent implant dentist.
‘There is a temptation for many aspiring implant dentists to undertake a hands-on course with the primary focus on being able to carry out a certain number of cases at the end. This is often without obtaining some of the essential theoretical skills fundamental to implant dentistry.’
Starting on the 25th July until 10th October, the 12-session course offers 24 hours CPD and will be followed by a full hands-on day covering surgical, and prosthetic aspects and practicing placing implants on anatomic models. For additional support, delegates can be added to a WhatsApp group where cases can be shared and discussed. Lessons are also recorded and accessible for two weeks after each session, so delegates can have the luxury of recapping what they have learn across the following topics.
Month one: Planning implant related treatments
Month two: Surgical aspects of implant dentistry
Month three: Restorative aspects of implant dentistry
Upon completion of this course, delegates should be able to discuss factors affecting the planning and success of implant treatment and understand surgical and prosthetic protocols for simple implant treatments. They will also be able to discuss the importance of proper implant positioning and the relevant planning and understand the use of different types of abutments and implant crowns. In addition, the course will outline the range of implant-related treatment options so delegates can confidently discuss them with patients.
This fully online foundation course starts on the 25th July. Places are limited, so we recommend securing your place and booking online today here!