Course overview

Introduction to Prosthetic and Surgical Implant Treatment Planning

Proper diagnostic investigations and treatment planning are essential when dealing with implant dentistry. The clinician should never forget the concept of a restoratively driven treatment plan, where the ideal implant prosthesis is planned before initiating implant placement. This course will go over necessary diagnostic investigations, prosthetic considerations, and space analysis. At the end of the course, a clinical case will be presented from planning to the execution of the treatment. 
Learning format

Self-paced videos

1 CE Credit

After a brief quiz at course end

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1.5 hours

Purchase options

$50 for course or $480 for all courses (yearly subscription)

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Meet your Expert Lecturers

Dr. Tala Ghishan and Dr Luiz H. Gonzaga, DDS, MS

Dr. Tala Ghishan graduated from the University of Jordan college of dentistry in 2017 among the top ten percent of her class. After finishing dental school, she did an internship year at Jordan University Hospital and worked in private practice for another year. Then, Dr. Ghishan decided to move to the US to continue her education; she is currently a third-year chief resident in the Advanced Prosthodontics Program at the University of Florida. She received an award for outstanding achievement merit from the college of dentistry at the University of Florida. Finally, she has been an active member of the ITI since 2019 and is currently one of the ITI ambassadors.
Luiz H. Gonzaga, DDS, MS graduated from the 
Catholic University of Brasilia College of Dentistry in
2004. After working in private practice and taking
 perio/implants CE courses for one year he was
accepted for the Implant/Periodontic specialty
training, graduating in 2009. Dr. Gonzaga was
awarded with the ITI scholarship in 2009 and
completed his OMFS fellowship the next year.
 completed a residency program and Maters in Prosthodontics
from the University of Florida in 2014. Currently he is a Clinical Assistant Professor at the
University of Florida Center for Implant Dentistry. Dr.
Gonzaga is a ITI speaker and Fellow of the
International Team for Implantology, a member of the American
 College of Prosthodontics, the American Equilibration Society, the Academy of Osseointegration.