Dental Curriculum Threads

Implant Dentistry

Course Director: Mats Kronstrom
Credits: 2
Quarters/Yr of Program: Spring / 2

Course Overview

This course provides students with the opportunity to gain knowledge in Implant Dentistry to aid the development of their competency in managing the restoration of partial or complete edentulism using implant procedures. The pre-clinical and didactic portions of the course are designed to prepare students for the core of the new clinical implant dentistry curriculum at the UW School of Dentistry. The clinical activity will be directed by the Department of Restorative Dentistry and will operate as part of the comprehensive care system.

Learning Objectives

At the end of the course, students will be able to:

1. Briefly describe the history of implantology
2. Explain the basic science of osseointegration
3. Manage patient selection, treatment planning and the restorative phase of the implant treatment
4. Restore implants with single unit restorations and overdentures, using the correct components and managing the clinical procedures
5. Explain surgical considerations for the partially and fully edentulous patient
6. Explain and manage the occlusal considerations of implant treatment
7. Explain the surgical placement and restorative procedures step by step,
8. Explain the management of dental implant patients among the different specialists
9. Explain the surgical and prosthetic complications of implants
10. Develop a treatment plan on an assigned case
11. Restore a single tooth implant in the laboratory

UWSOD Competencies: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 13, 14

Date last updated: 2018-05-01