Full-arch Immediate-Load Implant Placement

Surgical Advanced

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Course Description

Dr Ahmed presents a one day course designed to illustrate a systematic approach to treating the failing dentition with Immediate Full Arch Load Implants. The aim of this course is to provide a step wise process to assess, diagnose and treatment plan immediate full arch load. Delegates will analyse the surgical steps and explore the restorative aspects.Teaching methods will include lectures and hands on training on purpose made jaw models. At the end of the day you will have produced an upper or lower immediate full arch bridge on the model jaw.

Please note that this course is aimed at the experienced clinician who is presently involved with dental implants and is interested in gaining a foundation in immediate full arch load implants.

Learning Outcomes

Delegates will be taught the theory of the immediate load technique and will be expected to perform the following:

  • Produce a treatment plan
  • Extract teeth
  • Raise a flap
  • Perform alveoplasty
  • Place angled implants around the sinuses
  • Select the correct multi-unit abutments
  • Suture the flap
  • Produce verification jigs
  • Convert a removable denture into a full arch bridge with help from our approved dental technicians

Course Date

28 September 2019

Course Location


GDC Development Outcomes



8 CPD hours

Course Fee



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Meet the presenter

Dr Ferhan Ahmed is dual qualified and his practice is limited to dental implants and oral surgery. He qualified from the University of Glasgow with a BDS in 2005 and from the University of Liverpool with a MB ChB in 2012. Since completion of vocational training he has exclusively focused training and research in the area of oral and maxillofacial surgery. Dr Ahmed is involved in teaching and mentoring within the field of dental implants and oral surgery. His practice in dental implants involves conventional implants, bone grafting and extra maxillary implants such as pterygoids and zygomatics.

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