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Our Courses

Our modular programs, based in Melbourne, are designed for beginner to moderately experienced clinicians.
Our state of the art education facilities, enable live surgery, hands on education, lectures and more. Providing excellence in Restorative and Surgical Implant education.
Our Master Implant Course is designed to guide you in to quality, predictable and researched implant practice. Helping you place your first implant or advance your implant knowledge base.

Our Teaching Philosophy

The Australasian Restorative and Implant Academy prides itself on providing education which is well researched, predictable and clinically of the highest standard.

Providing specialist driven education enables students to feel confident in material provided and the standing of the education. Each program and module has intended learning outcomes, surrounding all facets of dentistry. 

Hands on training is a critical element to further education. All modules will have hands on components, ensuring all dentists are well equipped to clinically implement the lecture material. 

Furthermore, LIVE SURGERY under supervision is provided in the bulk of our programs.

MASTER IMPLANT PROGRAM Melbourne

Register Now for Melbourne 2021

Only 6 seats remaining! 

Our five module implant program, based in Melbourne, is designed for beginner to moderately experienced implant clinicians. 

Specialists teaching dentists how to plan, place and restore dental implants to a high standard. 

Module 1 – 5

  • Live Patient Surgery under supervision with patients provided on request
  • Specialist driven lecture material
  • Hands-on training at every module
  • Digital Design and Digital Implant Dentistry
  • LIVE PATIENT SURGERY on your own patients.
  • Medical history: Medical history red flags.
  • Consent: Dental implant consent protocols.
  • Anatomy: Back to basics in dental anatomy.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning with digital and analogue restorative planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how), and implant software planning.
  • Implant Components: Instruments, implant design and implant selection.
  • Restorative-Considerations: Abutment selection, material selection, and restorative design.
  • Hands-on impression taking, scanning, DSD training and Implant Studio training. 
  • In depth surgical planning, soft tissue grafting, bone grafting and ridge preservation.

Dates 2021: Melbourne

Module 1: March 20th and 21st

Module 2: May 15th and 16th

Module 3: June 19th and 20th

Module 4: August 28th and 29th

Module 5: October 16th and 17th

Melbourne’s State of the Art Education Facility

11-21 Gilby Rd, Mount Waverley, Melbourne 3149

Oral Surgery Principles for the General Practitioner

Learn how to safely extract third molars, atraumatically remove dentition prior to implant placement and safely perform oral surgery.

LIVE SURGERY included, with didactic material and hands-on training. Covering everything from atraumatic extractions, ridge preservation, and third molar removals. 

2021 dates now on sale. Only 5 Seats remain for February start date.

A four module program targeting: treatment planning, atraumatic extraction and third molar surgery. Providing specialist driven training with mentorship.

Topics covered in Modules include:

  • Medical history: Medical history red flags, what to look out for when taking a thorough medical history.
  • Consent: Dental implant consent protocols and cases that have gone before the board previously and learning from these examples.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning with digital and analogue restorative planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how), and implant software planning.
  • Restorative-Considerations prior to extraction.
  • Hands-on flap raising and suturing protocols.
  • Atraumatic extraction principles. 
  • Third molar extractions. 
  • Molar Sectioning.
  • LIVE SURGERY under supervision.

Module 1: February 19th

Module 2: February 20th

Module 3: February 21st

Module 4: May 29th and 30th

Melbourne’s State of the Art Education Facility

11-21 Gilby Rd, Mount Waverley, Melbourne 3149

MASTER IMPLANT PROGRAM Adelaide

Register Now for Adelaide 2021

Only 7 seats remaining! 

Our five module implant program, based at Adelaide ADA, is designed for beginner to moderately experienced implant clinicians. 

Specialists teaching dentists how to plan, place and restore dental implants to a high standard. 

Module 1 – 5

  • Live Patient Surgery under supervision with patients provided on request
  • Specialist driven lecture material
  • Hands-on training at every module
  • Digital Design and Digital Implant Dentistry
  • LIVE PATIENT SURGERY on your own patients.
  • Medical history red flags.
  • Consent: Dental implant consent protocols.
  • Anatomy: Back to basics in dental anatomy.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning with digital and analogue restorative planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how), and implant software planning.
  • Implant Components: Instruments, implant design and implant selection.
  • Restorative-Considerations: Abutment selection, material selection, and restorative design.
  • Implant Placement in the posterior and anterior region.
  • Hands-on impression taking, scanning, DSD training and Implant Studio training. 
  • In depth surgical planning, soft tissue grafting, bone grafting and ridge preservation.

Dates 2021: Adelaide

Module 1: April 9th and 10th

Module 2: June 26th and 27th

Module 3: August 6th and 7th

Module 4: October 1st and 2nd

Module 5: November 5th and 6th

Australian Dental Association SA

2/62 King William Rd, Goodwood SA 5034
 
 
 

Adelaide Third Molar Extraction Course

Learn how to safely extract third molars, atraumatically remove dentition prior to implant placement and safely perform oral surgery. 

A combination of didactic material, live-surgery video education, hands-on training and mentorship. 

2021 dates now on sale. Limited places available. 

A Three module program targeting: treatment planning, atraumatic extraction and third molar surgery. Providing specialist driven training with mentorship. (24 CPD)

Topics covered in Modules include:

  • Medical history: Medical history red flags, what to look out for when taking a thorough medical history.
  • Consent: Dental implant consent protocols and cases that have gone before the board previously and learning from these examples.
  • Treatment planning: Patient driven treatment planning with digital and analogue restorative planning.
  • Radiography: CBCT (When, why, and how), and implant software planning.
  • Restorative-Considerations prior to extraction.
  • Hands-on flap raising and suturing protocols.
  • Atraumatic extraction principles. 
  • Third molar extractions. 
  • Molar Sectioning.

Module 1: April 11th

Module 2: April 12th

Module 3: April 13th

Australian Dental Association SA

2/62 King William Rd, Goodwood SA 5034