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MIT Complete: Implant Surgery and Prosthetics

MIT Complete: Implant Surgery and Prosthetics

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SKU:73 Hours of CE

Included in this Program:

  • Online, On Demand Implant Surgical and Prosthodontic Curriculum
  • Live Implant Power Hours
  • Recorded Implant Power Hours
  • Surgical Video Library
  • Restorative and Surgical Implant Hands-On In Person

Payment Plan: Pay 1/3 at time of purchase, 1/3 30 days from purchase date, and 1/3 60 days from purchase date.

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MIT Complete: Implant Surgery and Prosthetics Description


This dental continuing education program is for general dentists who want to incorporate implant dentistry into their practice.

The program includes an online and on-demand component to cover the didactic content. Watch the recorded lessons Anytime and Anywhere. The course starts every day!

It also includes:

  • 12 months of mentorship¬†through Power Hours. We host webinars every two weeks where¬†clinicians share cases with our Mentors, who review them, give feedback, help with case planning, share tips and tricks on handling complications, and answer any questions! These Power Hours are an integral part of the 12-month MIT program. We mentor our clinicians in this intimate setting so they are confident¬†to¬†implement what they learn into their practices.
  • Access to Recorded Implant Power Hours
  • An¬†in-person,¬† Hands-On Dental Implant Training event with GDM‚Äôs renowned clinicians and distinguished global educators.
  • Full access to our Surgical Video¬†Library

CE Credits

  • Online Didactic:¬†32 hours of implant surgery and 35 hours of implant prosthodontics
  • Hands-On: 3 hours of implant surgery and 5 hours of implant prosthodontics

Satisfies ALL provincial certification requirements for implant prosthetics and surgery.

Surgical Curriculum

1. Prior to surgery:

A. The patient consultation appointment

B. Review of medical history

C. Examination

D. Records

E. Diagnosis and treatment planning

F. Checklist


2. Day of surgery:

A. Room setup and preparation

B. Patient setup

C. The surgical procedure


3. Post-surgery:

A. Post-operative instructions

B. Management of complications

C. Maintenance of dental implants

D. Parameters for success

Prosthetic Curriculum

1. Pre-surgical prosthodontic planning

  • Concept of prosthetically driven treatment ¬†
  • Overview of digital implant planning (digital records and smart fusion)
  • Implant positioning parameters and impact of restorative outcomes
  • Brief overview of guided surgery technique¬†
  • Case examples¬†

2. Pre-restorative assessment

  • Parameters of implant health
  • Considerations for provisional implant restorations
  • Provisional implant restoration fabrication (step by-step)
  • Impression component selection

3. Final impressions for single-unit implant restorations

  • Analog impression techniques:
    • Open tray impression technique (step by step)
    • Closed tray impression technique (step by step)
    • Customized impression coping (step by step)
  • Digital impression technique
    • Understanding scan bodies
    • Common errors and other considerations
  • Additional records and shade selection

4. Design considerations for implant restorations

  • Emergence profile and biological response
  • Components and material selection for:
    • Translucency and aesthetics
    • Biologic stability
    • Versatility and retrievability¬†
    • Strength and longevity
  • Morphology and occlusion
  • Clinical examples

5. Manufacturing for implant restorations

  • Lab communication and prescriptions
  • Analog workflow¬†
  • Digital workflow

6. Insertion of single-unit implant restorations

  • Managing interproximal contacts
  • Modifying emergence profiles
  • Adjusting occlusion
  • Access hole closure (step by step)

7. Considerations for multiple-unit implant restorations

  • Prosthesis Design
    • Screw-retained vs. cement-retained restorations
    • Implant level vs abutment level restorations
    • Component selection
    • Synthetic gingiva with pink¬†
  • Impression taking¬†
    • Analog
    • Digital¬†
  • Prosthesis insertion


Dr. Lesley David

Dr. Lesley David is an oral and maxillofacial surgeon who maintains a private practice in Toronto, Canada. She is an Associate Clinician at the University of Toronto in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic, a Fellow and past examiner of the Royal Col... Dr. Lesley David's Bio

Dr. Avi Shelemay

Dr. Shelemay maintains a private practice in Ottawa limited to periodontics and implant surgery. Before moving to Ottawa in 2006, Dr. Shelemay was an Assistant Professor (part-time) with the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto, and staff per... Dr. Avi Shelemay's Bio

Dr. David Powell

Dr. Powell is devoted to continuing education. He was an assistant professor at the University of Toronto for 3 years, and he regularly gives lectures for dentists seeking to improve their skills in implant prosthodontics.

He is a fellow of t... Dr. David Powell's Bio

Dr. Jonathan Ng

BMedSc, DDS, MSc, Dip. Pros, FRCD(C) is a Certified Specialist in Prosthodontics.

He obtained his DDS degree from the University of Alberta and his Prosthodontic specialty at the University of British Columbia. His private practice is in Vancouver,... Dr. Jonathan Ng's Bio