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Fellowship in Aesthetic Dentistry (FAD)

ILAMED’s Fellowship in Aesthetic Dentistry provides the General Dental Practitioner with an educational route to acquire the skills and knowledge required of a Dentist with special interest in the growing art of cosmetic dentistry.Delivered by a team of academics, many of whom are world-leaders in their field; the course’s emphasis is placed on the clinical component with a focus on a broad spectrum of modern cosmetic treatment methods. This programme focuses on contemporary practice, teaching evidence-based principles and systems to ensure an optimal outcome for the patient and practitioner

The unique features of this course include:

  • Opportunities to master advanced aesthetic techniques using a variety of contemporary materials during patient treatment
  • Over-the-shoulder mentoring by remarkable clinicians
  • Practical treatment planning of complex restorative cases

Sessions for training and Hands-on are as follows:-

SESSION 1

Bleaching

  • What is Bleaching?
  • Why do we need Bleaching?
  • History and Categories of Bleaching
  • Types of Bleaching
  • Mechanism of Bleaching
  • Vital and Non-vital Bleaching
  • Problems with Bleaching
  • Advantages & Disadvantages of in-office Bleach
  • Management of Sensitivity after Bleaching
  • Prognosis after Bleaching
  • Home applied technique
  • Precautions and instructions

SESSION 2

Composites Restoration

  • Introduction to composites
  • Conventional
  • Microfilled
  • Hybrid
  • Shade selection and tooth preparation for composites
  • Designs for tooth preparation
  • Indications and contraindication for composites
  • Prevention of shrinkage and discoloration
  • C factor

SESSION 3

Bonding Agents

  • What are bonding agents?
  • The classification of bonding agents based on generations
  • How to apply bonding agents clinically

SESSION 4

Diastema Closure

  • Introduction for esthetic procedures
  • Isolation
  • Shade selection
  • Usage of matrix band
  • Polishing the restoration to prevent discoloration

SESSION 5

Repair of Ellis Fractures

  • Proper treatment planning
  • Shade selection
  • Isolation
  • Tooth preparation
  • Restoration
  • Polishing the composite

SESSION 6

Composite Restoration

  • Class I, Class II, Class V cavity design for composite
  • Sandwich technique in deep cavity cases
  • Retention features in cavity
  • Prevention from shrinkage (from light and material part)
  • Common problem with composites
  • Matrix band placement
  • Polishing

SESSION 7

Inlay and Onlay

  • Introduction on appropriate treatment
  • Cavity preparation for inlay and onlay
  • Impression making
  • Fixing the restoration
  • Chair side inlay restoration
    • Anterior Tooth Preparation (metal free restorations)
      • Diagnosis and treatment planning
      • Armamentarium required
      • Steps in tooth preparation
      • Gingival retraction
        • Techniques
        • Materials
        • Demonstration
      • Impression in FPD
        • Materials
        • Techniques
          • Putty wash
          • Custom tray
        • Demonstration
      • Temporization in FPD
        • Direct method
        • Materials
        • Demonstration
      • Material science
        • Discussion on ceramics
        • CAD/CAM in dentistry
        • Application in our clinics
      • Shade selection
        • Color science
        • Latest advancements
      • Cementation in FPD
        • Materials
        • Procedures
    • Posterior Tooth Preparation
      • Diagnosis and treatment planning
      • Armamentarium required
      • Steps in tooth preparation

       

      • Gingival retraction
        • Techniques
        • Materials
        • Demonstration
      • Impression in FPD
        • Materials
        • Techniques
          • Putty wash
          • Custom tray
        • Demonstration
      • Temporization in FPD
        • Direct method
        • Materials
        • Demonstration
      • Material science
        • Discussion on ceramics
        • CAD/CAM in dentistry
        • Application in our clinics
      • Shade selection
        • Color science
        • Latest advancements
      • Cementation in FPD
        • Materials
        • Procedures

SESSION 8

Dental laminates/ veneers

  • History and evolution
  • Indications/contraindications
  • Types
    1. Direct and Indirect
  • Armamentarium
  • Design considerations
  • Steps in tooth preparation
  • Isolation and soft tissue management
  • Impression making
  • Shade selection
  • Temporization
  • Trial and luting of restorations
  • Precaution and maintenance

SESSION 9

Smile Designing
Introduction
Goals of Smile Designing
Component of an Esthetic Smile

  • The basic shape of the face
    1. Square
    2. Tapering
    3. Square tapering
    4. Ovoid
  • The lateral profile
    1. Straight
    2. Convex
    3. Concave
  • Vital elements of smile designing and their role (dental composition)
    1. Tooth components
    2. Dental midline
    3. Incisal lengths
    4. Tooth dimensions
    5. Zenith points
    6. Axial inclinations
    7. Interdental contact area (ICA) and point (ICP)
    8. Incisal embrasure
    9. Sex, personality and age (Dentogenic concept)
    10. Symmetry and balance
    11. Soft tissue components
    12. Gingival health
    13. Gingival levels and harmony
    14. Interdental embrasure
    15. Smile line
    16. Golden proportion (Lombardi),
    17. Recurring esthetic dental proportions (Ward),
    18. M proportions (Methot) and
    19. Chu’s esthetic gauges.
    20. Soft tissue component of smile design

    1. Gingival health
    2. Interdental embrasure (cervical embrasure)

SESSION 10

Clinical steps

  • Diagnosis and treatment planning
  • Importance of diagnostic waxup
  • Anterior deprogramming devices
  • Shade selection
  • Tooth preparation
  • Soft tissue management
  • Impression making
  • Temporization
  • Trial and luting of final restoration.

SESSION 11

Tooth Jewelry
Discussion on Dentist –Lab Relationship

  • Instruction to the lab
  • Brief discussion on how to look out for a good lab
  • Assessing the quality of product you get from the lab

Aesthetic Medicine is one of the fastest growing sub-specialty and one of the disciplines that will continue thrive with technological innovation. Not only does it promise excellent outlook in terms of advancements in diagnostic, curative modalities and treatments, choosing training in Aesthetic Medicine is intellectually and humanely rewarding and offer amazing career prospects.

The global aesthetic medicine market size is estimated to reach more than 13 Billion USD by 2021. The introduction of technically-advanced systems enabling minimally invasive procedures is identified as the most influential growth driver. Moreover, rise in disposable income has greatly boosted the demand for cosmetic procedures. Factors such as wider awareness regarding the availability of these minimally invasive procedures and their products and affordable costs are leading to a spur in demand globally.

India and China have the largest population pool aged between 30 to 65 years. Rising disposable income coupled with the presence of a very wide working population is generating demand for aesthetic procedures in these countries. Demand for aesthetic care is expected to exponentially increase in the near future.

The real benefit of practicing Aesthetic Medicine is the type of care that practitioners are offering to their patients. These procedures are elective and are performed on patients who do not suffer from life-threatening illnesses. They are usually healthy but aesthetic care will have a very significant and positive impact on their lives.

This, along with the very lucrative business it represents, are the benefits any doctor should expect by expanding his/her own practice or to get an Aesthetic Physician position in a reputed hospital or a polyclinic.

Our programs are ideal for those looking for a fresh start in a new career as well as for physicians or cosmetologists looking to expand their practices.



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