Biomechanics in implantology Course


  • Importance of biomechanics in implant prostheses. Mechanical and biological complications of the biomechanical origin.
  • Biomechanics of the implant/bone interface.
  • Biomechanical characteristics of the maxilla and mandible. Biomechanical differences between cortical bone and cancellous bone. The poor quality bone paradox.
  • Implant design. Microscopic and macroscopic characteristics.
  • Microscopic characteristics: Surface treatment: addition, subtraction and mixed techniques. Bioactive surfaces. Ideal roughness of the surface of an implant. The future of surface treatments.
  • Macroscopic characteristics. Threaded versus impacted. Conical versus cylindrical. Design of the coils. Design of the cortical zone. Zone design for soft tissue sealing. The long implant. The wide implant. The short implant. The narrow implant
  • Biomechanics of the implant/abutment/prosthesis interface.
  • Connection types.
  • Evolution of connections in implantology.
  • Concept, characteristics, types, and biomechanics of external connections.
  • Concept, characteristics, types, and biomechanics of internal connections: internal hexagon and cone.
  • Abutments for prosthesis on implants.
  • Platform changes.
  • “One abutment one time”
  • Biomechanical protocol to minimize marginal bone loss
  • Biomechanical protocol for choosing the number of implants required depending on the type of prosthesis
  • Implant-tooth union
  • Pillars workshop
  • Occlusion practice.
  • Face bow recording methods.
  • Taking records in centric relation.
  • Mounting on the semi-adjustable articulator
  • Semi-adjustable articulator programming
  • Preparation of an individualized guide of the anterior sector.
  • Development of a slope shaper for the posterior sector.
  • Occlusal adjustment.
  • Handling the Tscan-III.
  • Manejo del Tscan-III


Place:PgO UCAM New York

Dates: 2021

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Hours: Friday from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.

                   Saturday from 10am to 5:30 p.m.


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