Where does your experience stand in Dental Implantology?
If implant dentistry is an ongoing process, how do we differentiate between a beginner vs. an intermediate or advanced practitioner?
The overwhelming field of implant dentistry has a continuous learning process. Certainly, it’s a little difficult for us practitioners to categorize ourselves based on our skills and experience. This step by step guide will help you to understand whether you’re a beginner level implantologist or an advanced implantologist. This guide has been written by Dr. Souheil Hussaini, a Master Implantologist, who has to his credit an experience of nearly 3 decades and 10,000+ implant cases.
This guide has been written by Dr. Souheil Hussaini, a Master Implantologist, who has to his credit an experience of nearly 3 decades and 10,000+ implant cases.
Someone who has placed, restored and documented 10 cases with 1 year follow up and has the ability to present those 10 cases to a group.
- After placing and restoring 30 cases he/she can demonstrate an equal distance mesially and distally at the implant cervical margin concurrent with an equal distance (mesial = distal) at the implant APEX in relation to the neighbouring structures.
- Demonstrates mostly a 3 mm space between 2 implants with a 1.5-2mm space to the tooth.
- Demonstrates the ability in parallel implants placement with an equal distance at the neck and the tip.
- Demonstrates the ability to extract teeth with primarily using periotomes and keeping the surrounding bone, teeth and prosthesis unharmed and intact.
- Demonstrates occlusally to have been mostly placed implants in the functional cusp area.
- Demonstrates on the CBCT that a screw retained osteotomy was opted but not possible.
- Demonstrates the ability to plan the complete treatment of the cases with implant size selection.
- Demonstrates a 50% of performed cases with <30/70>Ncm torque at time of placement.
- Demonstrates the ability to present a scientific article in a group.
- Demonstrates the ability to present performed cases with reference to other literature.
Has a study circle to share placed, restored and PUBLISHED cases with modifications to improve existing ancillary procedures like block grafting, open sinus, PRF and 10 year follow up record.
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