Mastering Complex Surgical Techniques (GDIA 201) is a four day intensive program that focuses on the simple to the most advanced techniques in dental implant surgery. Although this program is a continuum curriculum of GDIA 101, the course is open to clinicians with or without previous exposure to implant dentistry. You are expected to learn specific surgical techniques on guided bone regeneration, ridge augmentation, and sinus augmentations.
The program curriculum consists of advanced surgical and hands-on experiences to acquire simple but effective skills. Assistive techniques include the use of contemporary biological enhancers such as CGF, PRF, ASAP, and Phlebotomy. You will perform live surgeries on patients in a group of two and one instructor will be supervising the entire surgery. By the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of advanced surgery and management of implant surgery.