Raising interest in the topic of minimal invasive rehabilitation leaves dental implantologists wondering how to do it correctly. Delivering innovative ways of implantology with minimal invasive rehabilitation can change the perceptions of implantology. Open Dental Community member Dr. Mohammed Qasem with high expertise about minimal invasive rehabilitation was open to fostering learning among the specialists by discussing new ways, practices and alternatives of rehabilitation.
On August 27th another event in Hilton Dubai Habtoor City Hotel took place. Highly qualified dentist with more than 15 years of experience in dental implantology Dr. Mohammed Qasem shared his knowledge with the participants about the minimal invasive treatments in oral rehabilitation. Presented his own clinical cases and discussed the points of success and failures with one-piece implants. After a lecture, Dr. Mohammed Qasem shared his opinion about the importance of a course: “The need of restoring edentulous spaces with minimal postoperative pain and discomfort is increasing day by day. The course is to understand how to fulfill it.”
”The need of restoring edentulous spaces with minimal postoperative pain and discomfort is increasing day by day. The course is to understand how to fulfil it.Dr. M. Qasem
The presenter was ready to teach every participant about bone augmentation, sinus lift and if the sinus lift is needed using one-piece implants. To give a better introduction to intermediate topics, the presenter explained simple clinical cases first and then bit by bit going further to challenging cases.
“It was an opportunity to learn about non-classical ideas and methods of treatment…” – Participant F. Osman
During the hands-on session, participants were not hesitant to ask questions and use the opportunity to discuss. After training program participant F. Osman shared his experience “It was an opportunity to learn about non-classical ideas and methods of treatment…”. The biggest interest of all were one-piece implants because of their versatility in implications in daily practice and variations for prosthetics.
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