Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration (IDR I & II)

    CE Credits Hours: Total 14 Hours

    Course Description IDR I & II (two-day hands-on course)

    The Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration (IDR) is a surgical and prosthetic technique established to broaden indications for immediate implant placement and loading to minimize both soft and hard tissue loss. It minimizes the treatment time and morbidity of reconstructive
    procedures. It advocates for minimally invasive and flapless surgery.
    This course will emphasize the synergetic effect of IDR and Osseodensification treatment
    modalities.

    Learning Objectives:
    • Scientific basis of the IDR technique
    • Indication and contra-indication
    • Step-by-Step technique for:
    • Immediate loading in intact sockets (IDR I)
    • Immediate loading in non-intact sockets (IDR II)
    • Implant positioning in relation to alveolar buccal bone thickness
    • Use of the maxillary tuberosity as a donor site – tissue biology and surgical technique
    • Emergence profile design
    • Describe how to harvest an autogenous bone graft from maxillary tuberosity
    • IDR and Osseodensification
    • Complications and how to avoid them
    • Hands-on practical training utilizing simulation models

    Dr. Jose Carlos da Rosa, DDS Bio
    PhD in Implantology, CPO SLMandic – Center of Dental Research São Leopoldo Mandic – Campinas/SP – Brazil, 2014. Author of the book “Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration” by Quintessence Publishing.