Finance available through our partner Braemar Finance
Each dental implant course will consist of a day of lectures (Friday) at B.D.A. and a day of practicals and / or live surgery for all delegates at Dr Feran’s practice (Saturday). Dinner will normally be arranged on Friday evenings for the group in W1 London where we would be delighted if you could attend regularly during the course for the group to get to know each other better.
Delegates will derive maximum benefit from this course if they have at least one or two patients that may be amendable to straightforward implant treatment that they can bring for treatment during the course. When signing up, we recommend that delegates start actively looking for such patients and fully document including photographically and radiographically for presentation prior to starting. Whilst we would like to be able to provide patients for this course, the nature of our referral practices often makes it very difficult for us to do so.
Suitable patients should be willing to travel and know that they are being treated in a course environment and will be observed by other clinical professionals. Any fees charged are at the discretion of the delegate.
Suitable cases would involve missing single teeth or small spans amendable to treatment with 1 to 3 implants, with good clinical access and sufficient bone volume to not necessitate advanced grafting procedures prior to placement. It usually works best if delegates prepare three or four patients and the most suitable one for the course is selected once the course is commenced. If timing allows, more than one patient can be treated.
March 10 – 11
April 21 – 22
May 5 -6
June 30 – July 1
July 14 – 15
September 15 – 16
October 13 – 14
November 3 – 4
December 8 – 9
January 12 – 13 2018
Now in its 11th year this dental implant course is designed to be a comprehensive beginner’s introduction for general practitioners of all levels who wish to incorporate implant dentistry into their practices, obtain contemporary knowledge and have practical hands on experience whilst doing so. Between us we have over 60 years implant experience and have been running year courses for at least the past 10 years. We have therefore amalgamated the best of our experience and updated it in line with current guidelines and regulations to give a comprehensive grounding in basic dental implant surgery and restorative dentistry for general practice.
The delegate will be able to confidently assess, diagnose, and treat patients requiring implants within the scope of general restorative and surgical dentistry. Qualifies for CPD for approximately 70 hours of lectures and approximately 80 hours of practical hands on, observation, mentoring and discussion of live cases.
Under mentoring guidelines introduced by the GDC, it is now necessary for all dental school graduates to have suitable postgraduate training prior to undertaking implant dentistry. It will be necessary for the course presenters to assess each delegate during the course and for each delegate to keep a log book of their experiences and learning outcomes during the course. The presenters in their role as mentors will then advise the delegate as to whether in their opinion the delegate is competent to practice implant dentistry.
The most hands-on implant course in the UK today covering every aspect of modern implant dentistry and related restorative and surgical topics
Treatment of own patient(s) from initial planning to final prosthetics on Saturdays.
Detailed tuition for duration of course and one-to-one mentoring by phone and e-mail for one year after final date of course.
Free attendance for delegates’ nurses (limited to one per delegate) on course lecture and practical days and to assist delegate during surgery with full nursing backup.
Free attendance for dental technicians (one per delegate) on technical days
Detailed programme and specific topics covered (Details may vary with course progress – all Saturdays from March include patient surgical and/or prosthetic treatment)