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Annual Fellowship Program
The Fellowship Programs are provided in collaboration with University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV)
"This 3-session fellowship program offers more than 300 combined hours of lectures, laboratory sessions, online webinars, and LIVE surgical demonstrations performed at the California Implant Institute facility."
Session One BASICS OF ORAL IMPLANTOLOGY
April 16-21 2018
|Session Objectives: During the first session of this comprehensive hands-on implant training program the following topics are covered: Anatomy, bone physiology, patient evaluation for implant treatment, risk factors, vertical & horizontal spaces of occlusion, bone density, step-by-step implant surgical placement protocols including immediate and osteotome techniques, impression techniques, restorative steps for implant crown and bridge and more.
Hands-on workshops are performed by the class and live surgery demonstrations by faculty.
|Speakers: Dr. Louie Al-Faraje
Session Two BEYOND OSSEOINTEGRATION
May 21-26, 2018
|Session Objectives: During session II, computer guided implant placement and restoration using SimPlant® Software, immediate load techniques for single and full arch cases, Sinus augmentation through the osteotomy site, biology of osseointegration, and mini implants will be discussed. Implant prosthodontics for the fully edentulous patients using locator over-denture, high-water design, Bar over-denture and CAD/CAM design will highlight the prosthetic portion of this session. Hands-on workshops are performed by the class and live surgery demonstrations by faculty.|
|Speakers: Dr. Louie Al-Faraje & Dr. Frieda Brookshire
Session Three ADVANCED IMPLANT TECHNIQUES
June 25-30, 2018
|Session Objectives: Advanced implant surgical techniques covered in this session include: alveolar ridge expansion using split cortical technique, guided bone regeneration and bone grafting before, during and after implant placement. Hands-on pig jaw suturing and bone grafting workshops using regenerative materials are performed by the class and live surgery demonstrations by faculty. The restorative portion of this session will focus on Biomechanical principles, biomaterials and implant occlusion.|
|This session will include full day lecture on pharmacology in oral implantology.
Speakers: Dr. Louie Al-Faraje, Dr. Philip Kroll & Mr. Renzo Casellini
300 CE Credit
• Three 6-days classroom sessions
California Implant Institute is proudly sponsored by Nobel Biocare.
Program Fee: $15,900
"I strongly recommend Dr Al-Faraje's fellowship in oral implantology. I have taken several implant courses in the past and found that Dr Al-Faraje's course to be the best of all the other courses I have attended. The fellowship program is practical and energizing at the same time. I highly recommend this course."
"Our fellowship program has opened a new chapter in my dental career. Your great personality, encouragements, professional staff, handouts, binders, articles, hands-on sessions, outstanding lectures and live surgery presentations have given me a life long confidence to diagnose, and treat patients for implants. I proudly apply your knowledge, and techniques at my dental practice. I highly recommend all dentists and dental implant specialists who like to pursue implantology to start with your fellowship program at your institute. Thank you for your outstanding performance."
"The fellowship program is very comprehensive. It will get you the clinical confidence to know how to plan and what to expect when doing the surgery. Life surgeries were excellent and the review of the related anatomy and pharmacology was invaluable. It was money and time well spent!"
"I completed the fellowship program in 2010 and was extremely happy with it. The course was concise and practical. The director- Dr Al-faraje is a sea of knowledge and a very good instructor. I still hit him up with emails all the time when I have questions. I highly recomend the course."