The Course – Anatomical dissection and grafting procedures on human specimens

THE COURSE is a comprehensive completely practice-oriented learning event.

Kategorie
  •  Internationale Kurse
  •  Humanpräparate
Zielgruppen
  • Fortgeschrittene/r
Ansprechpartner
Ms Nadine Kutta
+41 61 565 41 52 +41 61 565 41 01
Kursnummer
Datum

11.06.2020 - 14.06.2020

alternative Termine
  • 05.11.2020 - 08.11.2020

    Vienna
Teilnehmer
min. 8, max. 12
Uhrzeit

DAY 1, 9 am – 5.30 pm,
Hotel Regina

DAY 2, 9 am – 5.30 pm,
Anatomy

DAY 3, 9 am – 5.30 pm,
Anatomy

DAY 4, 9 am – 2 pm,
Hotel Regina

Preis (zzgl. MwSt.)
  • 4.250,- € pro Person
    • (incl. two dinners)
Ort
Hotel Rathauspark

Rathausstraße 17
1010 Wien
Österreich

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Fortbildungspunkte
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Die Veranstaltung entspricht den Leitsätzen und Empfehlungen der Kassenzahnärztlichen Bundesvereinigung (KZBV) vom 01.01.2006 einschließlich der Punktebewertungsempfehlung des Beirates Fortbildung der BZÄK und DGZMK.

Referenten

  • Dr. S. Marcus Beschnidt

    Dr. S. Marcus Beschnidt

    Zahnarzt Baden-Baden, Deutschland

    Kurse dieses Referenten

    • Long term success with dental implants
    • The Course – Anatomical dissection and grafting procedures on human specimens
    •  
      Internationale Kurse
    •  
      Humanpräparate
  • PD Dr. Dr. Rudolf Seemann

    PD Dr. Dr. Rudolf Seemann

    Zahnarzt Vienna, Österreich

    Kurse dieses Referenten

    • The Course – Anatomical dissection and grafting procedures on human specimens
    •  
      Internationale Kurse
    •  
      Humanpräparate

THE COURSE offers a new, comprehensive practice-orientated approach to surgical and anatomical learning for dentists and oral surgeons. The COURSE ensures participants receive a high-quality learning experience provided by recognised, international leaders in their field.

 

Our experienced lecturers Dr. Marcus Beschnidt and Dr. Dr. Rudolf Seemann will personally supervise the hands-on trainings, as well as share their personal tips and tricks based on their many years of clinical experience. The curriculum covering four days is divided between theory and practice. Topics include understanding the differences between soft and hard tissue management, where course participants gain hands-on experience on microsurgical techniques and micro suturing.

 

Using fresh specimens, participants will focus on surgical techniques used for “Hard Tissue Management“. All operations are demonstrated by expert lecturers using a Zeiss Microscope via live feed on flat screen monitors.

 

AFTER COMPLETION

Participants will:

  • know the parameters of gingival esthetics and morphologic bone changes around implants
  • understand the principles of microsurgery for a systematic soft tissue healing
  • understand the principles of bone healing and bone formation
  • be able to use different incision and suturing techniques
  • know different bone harvesting areas and techniques
  • have used different bone harvesting instruments
  • have practiced covering a graft using specific flap management requirements


COURSE PARTICIPANTS ARE EXPECTED TO HAVE

  • knowledge of implantology
  • a flair for microsurgery
  • to bring their own magnification loupes >3.5X.

Veranstaltungsflyer ( PDF , 4,2 MB )
a perfect fit ™