• The scope of Implantology

• Apply basic science to Implant Dentistry

• Medical considerations and patient selection

• Patient assessment and treatment planning

• Medications

• Oral and Intravenous sedation course ( Following ADA conscious sedation guide lines)

• Basic surgical and restorative concepts

• Apply surgical anatomy and imaging techniques

• Bone physiology, biomaterials, and biomechanics

• Fundamental surgical principles

• Staff training

• Soft tissues: The importance of attached gingival and soft tissue reconstruction

• Root form implant techniques with vascularized osteotomies and inter-positional grafts

• Onlay bone grafting techniques

• Non-root form implants and inferior alveolar nerve repositioning

• Principles of clinical governance in implantology

• Restorative and aesthetic enhancement techniques

• Maintenance in implantology

• Management of surgical and prosthetic complications

• Research applied to Implant Dentistry

• Integration of Digital Diagnostics to Digital Restorations