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MSc Computer Guided Implant Dentistry

Duration: 2-5 years
Language of instruction: English
CPD: 150 awarded with complete case logbook submission and successful evaluation of academic work and dissertation
Support: academic and clinical. Clinical training and mentoring: Includes 5 clinical cases, the implants to be provided and a free surgical case from the program’s sponsor. Opportunity for further professional development
Price: 18000 £ -30000. Depending on your experience.

Essential for registration is the Offer Letter after an interview. Registrations are completed on the last working day of the previous month.

The MSc Computer-Guided Implant Dentistry is a prestigious title aimed at dentists who wish beyond their clinical ability to acquire the critical skill and in-depth knowledge in the field of implantology to be recognized as a specialist.

The teaching follows the training standards of the British General Dental Council and Higher Education England, which require implant dentists to be trained in diagnosis and treatment planning.

The program combines theory with clinical involvement and consists of modules, each of which is based on specific issues that support the safe practice of Implantology.

Treatment Planning Protocols

  • Basic to Advanced Principles of Implant Treatment Planning,
  • Templates for Treatment and Risk Assessment,
  • Immediate Placement Decision Making,
  • 3D CBCT Digital and Photographic  Treatment Planning and Work flow.
  • Legal aspects of Implant Treatment and Informed Consent.
  • Prosthetics Level 1.

Single Implant Placement and the Aesthetic Zone

  • Surgical Implant Placement in the simple cases
  • Management of Complications Level 1 including Peri-implantitis,
  • Risk Analysis of Treatment in the Aesthetic Zone.

Multiple Implant Placements and Occlusion 

  • Multi Space Quadrant Prosthetics,
  • Occlusal Considerations,
  • Planning from the top down and building from the bottom up, Materials, Record Taking,
  • Communication to the Laboratory,
  • Management of Complications.

Restoration of the Single Implant 

  • Single Anterior and Posterior Implant Restoration,
  • Digital and Non Digital Work flow,
  • Occlusal Considerations,
  • Management of Complications

Restoration of Multiple Implants

  • Quadrant and Multiple Implant Restorations,
  • Full Mouth Rehabilitation including
  • All on 4  Prosthetics and protocols for immediate loading,
  • Occlusal Protocols and Management of Full Mouth Complications

Bone Grafting

  • Bone grafting Theory and Indications from Socket Preservation
  • GBR to Ridge Augmentation,
  • Tenting Pins,
  • Tacking,
  • Sutures,
  • Membranes.

Surgical Anatomy 

  • Review of Surgical Anatomy related to Implant Surgery and Advanced Procedures,
  • Vital Structures,
  • Avoiding and Management of Complications

Full Mouth Rehabilitation Level 1

  • Principles and Application in Surgical Treatment Planning,
  • Surgical Protocols and Step by Step Processes,
  • Complications and Management

Full Mouth Rehabilitation

  • Level 2 Principles and Application in Prosthetic Treatment Planning,
  • Prosthetic Protocols and Systems,
  • Complications and Management with for Full Mouth Cases,
  • Advanced Occlusion

Advanced Bone Grafting

  • Review of Principles of Bone Grafting,
  • Socket Preservation,
  • Guided Bone Regeneration,
  • Ridge Augmentation,
  • Bone Materials,
  • Science and Application

Sinus Lift Level 1

  • Sinus Anatomy,
  • Vital Structures and Avoiding Complications,
  • Graft Types,
  • Trans-Alveolar Approach and Planning

Sinus Lift Level 2

  • Lateral Window Approach,
  • Planning,
  • Complications and Surgical Protocols

Upon completing of the second year of study and obtaining the Diploma in Implant Dentistry, participants have the opportunity to complete their dissertation and get the title MSc Computer-Guided Implant Dentistry.

The Dissertation 60 credit module will be supported by live online tutorials with your assigned supervisor, who will provide advice and feedback as you write your thesis. There will be a 2-day symposium where you will present your work to fellow students and faculty members. There may be additional days required, which will vary according to your chosen research topic’s needs.

Also, it is a teaching unit that provides the opportunity to undertake extensive and substantive research. It allows you to synthesize academic knowledge gained from previous postgraduate and experiential learning to produce an evaluated and critical discussion on a specific dental topic directly related to your curriculum.

It aims to help you develop your skills in identifying a problem, recognizing its significance, formulating a hypothesis/suggestion, designing a test case hypothesis, and evaluating results.

Upon successful completion of the dissertation, you will be awarded the title by the University of Bolton.

An academic coach will be provided to support your progress through the programme.