Tue 10 August 2021 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Introduction to implant restoration – Level 1
Gain theoretical knowledge and hands-on practice in treatment planning, restoration and long-term maintenance of dental implants.
Modern implant treatment should be based on sound biological and prosthodontic principles to provide patients with prostheses that are functional, aesthetic and comfortable. This course is designed for clinicians with little or no previous implant experience who would like to incorporate implant restorations confidently into their daily practice.
- Identify the biological and prosthetic factors that lead to a successful implant restoration
- Understand 3D images and their application in implant dentistry
- Design single implant prostheses and select appropriate abutments based on the clinical situation
- Recognise common biological and mechanical complications.
Presented by Dr Carolina Perez Rodriguez
Held in conjunction with
CPD hours: 6 clinical hours
RSVP by 30 July.
Please note: Photographs may be taken at this event and may be used on the ADAVB website, social media or publications to promote ADAVB events and ADAVB membership. Please advise us if you do not wish to be photographed.
Dr Carolina Perez Rodriguez
Carolina graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid in 2006. She moved shortly after to Oxford (UK), where she worked as a general dentist and undertook further studies in restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, and implants in London, Manchester and France. During this time, she gained membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (UK).
In early 2013, Carolina settled in Melbourne. While working in private practice, she completed a part-time diploma in clinical dentistry in the field of implants at The University of Melbourne. Carolina also received her prosthodontics specialist training and degree at The University of Melbourne. Carolina works in private prosthodontic practice in Bundoora and Glen Waverley and lectures part-time for the University of Melbourne.