Part Time Master
- The course is part time and modular, meaning you can undertake 1 year for a certificate, 2 years if you want a diploma and 3 years for the MSC. The part time aspect gives you minimum time out of practice and the modular structure gives you flexibility to decide which level of qualification you want to do!
- Each year consists of 4 consecutive days of hands-on learning 3 times a year
- 90% of academic lectures online
- Portfolio comprised of supervised treatment of 10 of your patients from planning to final stages with chair side mentoring and step by step guidance
- For dentists of any experience level
- Live surgical demonstrations
- Latest technology, planning software and digital workflow protocols
- Fully CPD compliant with current Dental Board of Australia Guidelines on Continuing Professional Development
- Financing options available
Dr Bobby Chhoker is one of the few dental educators that really brings it all to the table. I have attended many of his lectures and every time I am amazed at how much knowledge I gain. Dr Bobby Chhoker is experienced, knowledgeable and interesting to listen to and I would highly recommend him to anyone that is looking to further their education.Dr. Stephen Chin
YEAR 1 Curriculum
Treatment planning protocols
Implant treatment planning including 3D CBCT, templates for treatment and risk assessment, immediate Placement Decision Making, legal aspects of implant treatment and informed consent, prosthetics level 1.
Single implant placement and the aesthetic zone
Implant placement, management of complications, risk analysis of treatment in the aesthetic zone.
Multiple implant placement and occlusion
Multi space quadrant prosthetics, occlusal considerations, planning from the top down and building from the bottom up, management of complications.
Restoration of the single implant
Single implant restoration, digital and non digital workflow, occlusal considerations, management of complications.
Restoration of multiple implants
Multiple implant restorations, full mouth rehabilitation, occlusal protocols
and management of full mouth complications
Bone grafting theory, socket preservation, GBR to ridge augmentation, tenting pins, tacking, membranes.
YEAR 2 Curriculum
Review of surgical anatomy related to implant surgery and advanced procedures, vital structures, avoiding and management of complications.
Full mouth rehabilitation level 1
Principles and application in surgical treatment planning, surgical protocols and step by step processes, complications and management.
Full mouth rehabilitation level 2
Principles and application in prosthetic treatment planning, prosthetic protocols and systems, complications and management, advanced occlusion.
Advanced bone grafting
Review of principles of bone grafting, socket preservation, guided bone regeneration, ridge augmentation, bone materials, science and application.
Sinus lift level 1
Sinus anatomy, vital structures and avoiding complications, graft types, trans-alveolar approach and planning
Sinus lift level 2
Lateral window approach, planning, complications and surgical protocols.