- Albania / Albania
- Austria / Österreich
- Bosnia and Herzegovina / Босна и Херцеговина
- Bulgaria / България
- Croatia / Hrvatska
- Czech Republic & Slovakia / Česká republika & Slovensko
- Denmark / Danmark
- Finland / Suomi
- France / France
- Germany / Deutschland
- Greece / ΕΛΛΑΔΑ
- Italy / Italia
- Netherlands / Nederland
- Nordic / Nordic
- Poland / Polska
- Portugal / Portugal
- Romania & Moldova / România & Moldova
- Slovenia / Slovenija
- Serbia & Montenegro / Србија и Црна Гора
- Spain / España
- Sweden / Sverige
- Switzerland / Schweiz
- Turkey / Türkiye
- UK & Ireland / UK & Ireland
Continuing education in dental implantology has traditionally focused on theoretical aspects. Trinon Collegium Practicum (TCP) challenges this training approach by offering practice-orientated dental implantology courses. The Q-Implant Marathon offers an engaging curriculum specializing in hands-on training, the company asserts.
Conventionally, entering the field of implantology has proven difficult for many dentists. Typically, it is not a subject of university education, with many universities and courses focusing largely on theoretical orientation. Because of this, establishing oneself within this particular area of dental medicine can prove to be a time-consuming endeavor. Further complicating the matter is the issue that educational and training programs rarely present an opportunity for practitioners to practice directly on patients.
Since 2003, the Q-Implant Marathon has offered hands-on training that incorporates a live patient model. Participants spend five days assisting and leading surgeries under the supervision of TCP’s experienced surgical team. The Academy of General Dentistry accredits the Q-Implant Marathon, and all participants are eligible to receive 60 continuing-education credit hours.
The Q-Implant Marathon offers three levels of training on the basis of practitioner experience:
- Level 1: Participants lead the placement of 30 implants, while assisting on dozens more.
- Level 2: Participants perform five sinus lifts and learn foundational bone-splitting techniques.
- Level 3: Participants learn advanced grafting techniques, such as ramus and chin block grafts and titanium mesh reconstruction.
For more information on Trinon Collegium Practicum courses, call (877) 705-1002, e-mail email@example.com or visit www.implantologycourses.com.
(Source: Trinon Collegeium Practicum)