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DOH552 Advanced Restorative Implantology (16)

Abstract

 
The module will consist of two didactic and practical sessions each scheduled over three days. Didactic sessions will be held on the design, manufacture and provision of multi-unit prostheses. These cases include full arch rehabilitation. Complex occlusal issues will also be covered.  

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Term 3
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Subject information

Duration Grading System School:
One sessionHD/FLSchool of Dentistry and Health Sciences

Enrolment restrictions

Restricted to dentists currently registered within any State or Territory of Australia by the Dental Board of Australia
Related subject(s)
DOH552 Advanced Restorative Implantology

Learning Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this subject, students should:
  • be able to demonstrate knowledge, specialised technical and creative skills in designing prostheses for the provision of multi-unit implant supported/retained restorations
  • be able to demonstrate communication and critical analysis skills in discussing the role and indications for removable versus fixed implant supported/retained prostheses
  • be able to demonstrate at a highly skilled, professional level, the ability to take impressions suitable for the provision of multi-unit implant supported/retained prostheses
  • be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge, critical analysis and communication skills in describing and understanding of the different materials available for the construction of implant supported/retained prosthesis
  • be able to demonstrate advanced knowledge, critical analysis and communication skills in describing the complications which are to be expected in the provision of implant supported/retained prostheses

Syllabus

The subject will cover the following topics:
  • Advanced impression techniques in implant dentistry
  • Materials available for use in the manufacture of implant supported/retained prostheses
  • Prosthesis design in multi-unit implant supported/retained prostheses
  • Prosthetic complications and their management in the implant patient
  • Reading and interpreting scientific articles

Work Place Learning

This subject contains a Compulsory Workplace Learning component of 32 days duration. Students require facilities at The Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) Centre for Professional Development to provide 2X2week face-to-face lectures, tutorials and practical simulation clinic per subject. Students are also required to work with an oral and maxillo-facial surgeon or periodontist and also a prosthodontist as mentors with 4 case patients for the duration of the course at the mentor's practice.

Specialised Resources

Students require facilities at The Australian Dental Association (NSW Branch) Centre for Professional Development to provide 2X2week face-to-face lectures, tutorials and practical simulation clinic per subject. Students are also required to work with an oral and maxillo-facial surgeon or periodontist and also a prosthodontist as mentors with 4 case patients for the duration of the course at the mentor's practice.

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The information contained in the 2018 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: 13 October 2017. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.