Master And International Master In Oral Surgery, Implants And Periodontics

Who is it for?

To implantologists and periodontists who want to acquire the necessary knowledge to carry out an excellent planning of their complex aesthetic cases, with the most correct surgical approach and achieving maximum aesthetics in their surgeries. Mainly focused on the management of soft tissues and bone regeneration.




    University Specialist: 40

    Master: 60

    International Master: 80


    Barcelona and New York


    Start: May, 2021

Double title:

After completing the program, the doctors will obtain a double degree

Spain + USA (80 ECTS credits).


Module 1: Oral Surgery and Occlusion

Presentation of the program, objectives, teaching systematics, clinical practices, scientific work.
Anatomy and radiology in Implantology.
General measures in oral surgical procedures.
Simple surgical techniques in oral surgery.
Advanced surgical techniques in oral surgery – Medical treatment of pathologies in the oral cavity.
Pre-prosthetic surgery, inclusions, biopsies, Apicoectomy cellulite.
Complications in oral surgery and how to manage it.
• The importance of occlusion in implant prostheses.
• The concept of occlusal disease. Clinical examples.
• Reference position: usual position versus centric relation. Materials and techniques for recording the centric relationship in the dentate patient, partially dentate, edentulous, and dysfunctional patient.
• Vertical dimension. Concept, the vertical dimension can be varied, and the registration techniques.
• Occlusal scheme: Bibalanced, group and organic function. What is the ideal occlusion, Biological and biomechanical advantages of organic occlusion
• Disocclusion factors: individual anatomical, posterior (condylar trajectory and Bennet’s angle), anterior (overbite, protrusion, and disocclusion angle), and intermediate (curves of Spee and Wilson).
• Techniques to reproduce the angle of disocclusion in an articulator.
• Posterior occlusion: tripoidism versus cusp / fossa
• Choice of the ideal occlusal scheme, depending on each specific case.
• Occlusal scheme in the prosthesis on implants
• Clinical protocol D.AT.O.
• The articulator in daily practice. Choosing the ideal articulator. Utility and handling of the face bow. The reference planes. Mounting on the semi-adjustable articulator. Semi-adjustable articulator programming.
• Biometric role of occlusion. Tscan III clinical application

Module 2: Basic Implantology

Surgical Anatomy applied to Implantology.
Bone Physiology.
Tissue response to implants.
Implantology Biomechanics.
Incisions, flaps, and sutures.
Basic Surgical Technique for implant insertion.
Types of implants.
Pre-operative exams.
Pre-operative preparation of the patient.
Sterilization, surgical field preparation, instruments.
Local anesthesia, sedation, and general anesthesia.
Technique and indications.
Complications. Patient selection

Module 3: Research Methodology. Radiological anatomy. Diagnosis with CBCT

Phases of the investigation. Bibliographic searches.
Identification and management of the research´s sources.
Organization and registration of bibliographic information.
Drafting of the research paper.
The scientific article and its different sections.
Selection of the most appropriate journals for the dissemination of research results.
The Process of evaluation of the article´s content in scientific journals.
How to communicate with journals and instructions on submission, submission, and correction of manuscripts.
Critical appraisal of the research carried out and published.
Workshop: Bibliographic Search

Module 4: Techniques in Advanced Implantology I

Bone expansion. – Corticotomies. Expansive implants.
Atraumatic sinus lift: Cortical Fix, balloon, custom systems. – Intraoral autografts.
Special situations.
In this module, advanced surgical techniques can be associated (Cortical-Fix, expansion, expansive implants, RTG,
Intraoral autograft, sinus elevation).
Presentation of problem cases by teachers.
Previous module case-problem solutions.
Practical Workshop: Bone Expansion

Module 5 & 6: Periodontics I and prosthetics I

Anatomy, physiology, microbiology, etiopathogenesis, epidemiology. Clinic, diagnosis, and prognosis of the disease
periodontal. Treatment of periodontal disease.
Clinical-radiographic examination.
The hygienic phase of periodontal treatment.
Basic periodontal surgery.
Resistive periodontal surgery. Techniques that are used today.
Classification of periodontal flaps.
Coronary lengthening.
Regenerative periodontal surgery. Decision making. Goals of regenerative therapy. Histological concepts.
Justification. Diagnosis.
Classification of bone defects. Selection of the defect to be treated. Indications for regenerative therapy. Modalities of
regenerative therapy.
Practical Workshop: Soft Tissue Grafting
Clinical practice

Module 7 & 8: Prosthesis II _ Syllabus taught in 2 modules.

Aesthetics in Implantology. Importance of the previous sector.
Impressions: Techniques and materials.
Immediate provisionalization. Single implants.
Esthetics and prosthetics on implants.
Complications and solutions. Presentation of problem cases by teachers. The solutions of the cases with problems and complicated cases from the previous module.
Workshop: Taking FRI impressions and attachments / Clinical practice

Module 9: Techniques in Advanced Implantology II

All-on-4. – Surgical and prosthetic protocol. – Immediate function.
Guided surgery. Immediate post-extraction function protocol in complex restorations.
Presentation of complicated cases by teachers.The solutions of the cases with problems and complicated cases from the previous module.
Practical workshop: Guided surgery.
Clinical practice

Modules 10 & 11: periodontics II. Techniques in advanced implantology II.

Fundamentals in mucogingival surgery: anatomical and morphological considerations of the periodontal tissues, biological width, flap types, classification of recessions, biotope periodontal.
Management of free flaps: indications, contraindications, technique.
Management of pedunculated flaps: indications, contraindications, techniques.
Bilaminar techniques: indications, contraindications, techniques.
Subepithelial connective tissues.
Regeneration associated with mucogingival surgery.
Perimplant surgery:
Boarding and closing maneuvers.
Perimplant mucosa modifications in implant placement.
Corrective maneuvers of the peri-implant mucosa.
Practical workshop: Free flaps with micro-screws
Clinical practices
Clinic with patients
Advanced Implantology Techniques Program III
Immediate function. – Definition, techniques, protocols, indications. – Immediate function protocol
Post-extraction and provisionalization.
Presentation of problem cases by teachers.
Previous module case-problem solutions.
Clinical practice

Modules 12: Advanced implantology techniques IV

Osteogenic distraction.
Immediate function. – Definition, techniques, protocols, indications. – Immediate function protocol
post-extraction and provisionalization.
Presentation of cases with complications by teachers.
Previous module case-problem solutions.
Practical workshop: Placement of zygomatic implants in phantoms.

Modules 13: Esthetics in the peri-buccal area

Classification of filling materials. Anesthesia in facial aesthetic medicine.
Indications, adverse effects, and contraindications. – Combined treatments. – Legislation.
Aesthetic medicine techniques associated with implant-prosthesis.
Application of lip fillers in the peri-buccal area by the teachers.
Clinical practice

Modules 14&15: Advanced implantology techniques V. Final Master's Project Presentation

Sinus lift. Anatomy of the Maxillary Sinus: Surgical Implications.
Clinical – Radiological Diagnosis: Interpretation of Orthopantomographs and T.A.C.
Indications, Contraindications, and Alternatives.
Necessary instruments. Biomaterials: Types of grafts, membranes, consolidation times, etc.
Surgical technique. Intraoperative, postoperative complications and their management.
Presentation of problem cases by teachers.
Previous module case-problem solutions.
Final Master’s Project Presentation
Coordinator: Academic Commission
Final Master’s Project: consists of the student carrying out a project or work of research and development composed of a set of explanations, theories, ideas, reasoning, and appraisals on a specific topic.
Its purpose is to enable people to plan a process, apply the principles and methodologies of research (documentary search, data collection, analysis and interpretation …), resolution of problems, and defend proposals autonomously and professionally through efficient communication.

Modules 16: Advanced implantology techniques VI

Mandibular, maxillary and zygomatic-maxillary applied anatomy.
Indications and contraindications.
Patient selection criteria.
Advantages of the procedure.
Surgical technique. Selection of pillars.
Modifications to the classical technique: M, V, and extended design.
Immediate function prosthesis protocol. Occlusion.
Post-operative care, maintenance.
Scientific evidence.
Rehabilitation with zygomatic implants.
Indications and contraindications.
Patient selection criteria.
Surgical technique: classic, slot, extrasinusal, extramaxillary.
Hybrid zygoma, quad zygoma, partial zygoma, clinical variants.
Biomaterials, fatty buccal pack flap.
The zygomatic implant as a rescue implant.
Maxillary sinus and zygomatic implants.
Clinic with patients

Modules 17, 18, and 19: Intensive Week at New York University

A week with which to expand knowledge and participate in the most advanced dental techniques.
In Implantology and Periodontology
Venue: NYU Facilities – College of Dentistry
Hours: Monday to Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
(The first day starts at 8:30 a.m. and the last day ends at 12 a.m.)
Includes meals at noon inside the university
Obtaining a certificate from the University of New York
(*) Does not include plane tickets, accommodation, or meals.

Modules 20: Vertical growth-Guided tissue regeneration and Guided bone regeneration

Development of the different surgical techniques to obtain vertical growth (UrbanKoury).
Use of resorbable and non-resorbable membranes.
Practical workshop
Hands-On on pig’s head for the use of said membranes and techniques mentioned above.

Modules 21: Advanced surgery zygomatic implants and angled implants

Angled implants, their use in modern implantology. Short implants and implants
zygomatic a vision of implantology seeking solutions to the lack of bone.
Clinic with patients


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