This one day course is intended to guide and consolidate the theory, concept and management of full arch immediate loading as a treatment option for the terminal dentition. Teaching methods will include interactive seminars, lectures and “hands on” training via the use of plastic jaws. The aim of the course is for each delegate to produce an upper or lower immediate full arch bridge on a specially designed model. Each delegate will be expected to extract teeth and convert a denture into a fixed acrylic bridge on a specially designed plastic jaw. Delegates will learn the technique intimately and will gain experience working with a Dental Technician to form the acrylic denture on the day.
Please note that this course is aimed at experienced surgeons who are already involved with dental/ oral implants and are interested in learning how to perform full arch immediately loaded cases.
Ideally you should be placing at least 50-100 implants a year.
Delegates will be taught the theoretical of the immediate load technique and will be expected to perform the following:
£1200 + VAT
MFDS RCPS, DRDP, MSc Rest Dent, PGDip, MSc Imp Dent
Mr Pynadath George is a dentist who has a practice limited to advanced Restorative Dentistry and Dental Implants. He is a graduate of Liverpool Dental School and since then has completed the Membership exams from the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons. Through his career he has completed a Master’s Degree in Restorative Dentistry from the prestigious Eastman Dental Institute, UCL and a separate Master’s degree in Dental Implants from Warwick Medical University. He has taught Restorative Dentistry and Implants as a Teacher/Lecturer in Liverpool Dental School and previously worked as a Specialty Dentist in a tertiary level hospital treating cancer patients with fixed and removal prosthetics utilising implants. He is also involved in the development of the “Advanced General Dental Surgeon” qualification from the Royal a College of Surgeons. His scope of practice is limited to dental implants which involves simple single implants and advanced bone grafting to complex cases such as pterygoid and zygomatic implants.