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What You’ll Learn

The 300+ hours include lectures from experts as well as hands on participation. In some programs, participants actually place and restore implants on patients. Join the thousands of dentists that started their career in dentistry with a MaxiCourse® commitment.

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The curriculum should include the following content:

Biomedical Sciences

  1. Anatomy
  2. Biomaterials
  3. Biomechanics
  4. Physiology
    1. General
    2. Bone
  5. Histology
  6. Basic Genetics
  7. Immunology
  8. Nutrition
  9. Pharmacology
  10. Microbiology and Infectious Diseases

Diagnostic Procedures

  1. Diagnosis and Treatment Plan
  2. Application of Implants in Orthodontics
  3. Patient Evaluation and Selection
  4. Radiology
  5. Computer-Assisted Technology
  6. Implant Selection

History of Implant Dentistry

Clinical Procedures

  1. Pre-implant Surgical Procedures
  2. Bone Augmentation
  3. Soft Tissue Manipulation
  4. Management of Pain and Anxiety
  5. Office Emergencies
  6. Implant Surgery
    1. Hard Tissue
    2. Soft Tissue
  7. Implant Periodontics
    1. Peri-implant Microbiota
    2. Soft Tissue Management
  8. Implant Placement
  9. Implant Prosthodontics
    1. Partially Edentulous Restorations
    2. Edentulous Restorations
  10. Implant Maintenance
    1. Mucositis
    2. Peri-implantitis
    3. Management of implant failures
      • Blade implants, Ramus Frame Implants, Root Form Implants, Subperiosteal Implants
  11. Management of Surgical Complications

Legal Issues

  1. Informed Consent
  2. Recordkeeping

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