This program lasts for one academic year, during which students will acquire both theoretical knowledge and practical skills.
The purpose of the master is to provide clinicians with necessary means for a correct diagnostic and operative approach to an ideal implant prosthetic rehabilitation. Students will be drawn into modern implantology from the diagnosis to the prosthetic rehabilitation and will have the chance to get in contact with the most modern surgical techniques and technologies.
The official language of the Master will be English.
The Master main partner is Istituto Stomatologico Toscano, chaired by Prof. Ugo Covani.
Start Date: January 2024
Location: Theoretical lectures, hands-on and the internship will take place at Istituto Stomatologico Toscano.
Final Certification and Formative Credits:All candidates who have completed the planned training and passes the final exam will receive a second level Master’s Degree in Oral Implantology with the assignment of 60 credits (CFU).
Location: Theoretical-practical lessons will be held at “Istituto Stomatologico Toscano” (Lido di Camaiore, Italy) and “UniCamillus International Medical University” (Rome, Italy).
Duration: The Master’s program lasts 12 months and includes a total time of 1.500 hours, divided into:
The Master’s theoretical-practical lessons will be presential, in addition to 2 introductory lessons in live distance learning mode.
The attendance is mandatory for at least the 75% of the total hours of the Master.
For frontal lectures and seminars (unless otherwise comunication) a commitment of 4 sessions of 5 days (from monday to friday) is forseen for the entire duration of the Master.
The total hours of training will be scheduled in accordance with the host structure.
A minimum number of 15 students is requested in order to activate the Master. Below the thershold of 15 UniCamillus can unilaterally decide not to activate the Master (with return of any already paied partecipant fees).
The maximum number of students is 30.
The Master has a theoretical-practical approach aimed at providing a learning on the problems of the surgical and rehabilitation prosthetic phases supporting the implant.
The teachings that are carried out within Istituto Stomatologico Toscano, aim to provide basic theoretical and methodological knowledge and consist of lectures and practical laboratory activities.
The Master is composed of 2 introductory lectures in live webinar mode and 4 sessions of frontal lectures each lasting 5 days (Monday to Friday).
Three sessions will be held in Lido di Camaiore and the fourth at UniCamillus University in Rome for the final examination and parchment award ceremony.
The didactic calendar may be subject to change in relation to national and international scientific calendars and the availability of teaching staff. Upon activation of the Master (after the deadline for enrolment) the final schedule will be sent out.
Any changes will be communicated by email.
The Master’s program includes the following educational modules:
• ANATOMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL CONSIDERATIONS IN ORAL SURGERY
• IMPLANT SITE PREPARATION
• SURGICAL TECHNIQUE IN IMPLANT PLACEMENT
• FLAP DESIGN AND SUTURE TECHNIQUE
• 1ST AND 2 ND STAGE SURGERY
• RADIOLOGY AND ORAL DIAGNOSIS
• POST EXTRACTIVE IMPLANTS
• PERIMPLANTS SOFT TISSUE
• BIOLOGY OF IMPLANT SURFACES
• SOFT TISSUES HEALING IN IMPLANT DENTISTRY
• MICROBIOLOGY AND DENTAL IMPLANTS
• MICROBIOLOGY AND IMPLANT NECK MORPHOLOGY
• BONE AND TISSUE LEVEL IMPLANTS
• FLAP MANAGEMENT IN TISSUE LEVEL IMPLANTS
• MANAGEMENT OF SOFT TISSUES IN AESTHETIC AREAS
• MANAGEMENT OF SOFT TISSUES IN AESTHETIC AREAS
• AESTHETIC IMPLICATIONS OF IMPLANTOLOGY
• BONE DISTRACTIONS TECHNIQUES, SPLIT CREST TECHNIQUES”
• PRINCIPLES OF MUCO-GENGIVAL SURGERY
• INFLAMMATION AND SYSTEM DISEASE
• IMPLANT IN DIABETIC PATIENTS
• TREATMENT OF PERI-IMPLANTITIS
• PRINCIPLES OF IMPLANT PROSTHETIC REHABILITATIONS
• ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY OF MAXILLARY SINUS
• SINUS LIFT TECHNIQUES & CLINICAL CASES
• ALTERNATIVE IMPLANTS TO SINUS ELEVATION
• MAXILLARY SINUS SURGERY
• MAJOR AND MINOR SINUS LIFT
• BONE RECONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES
• MAXILLO-FACIAL SURGERY AND ORAL SINUSITIS THERAPHY
• IMPLANT APPROACH TO ATROPHIC MAXILLA
• IMPLANT APPROACH TO ATROPHIC MANDIBLE
• COMPUTER GUIDED SURGERY & INNOVATIONS IN IMPLANTOLOGY
• DIGITAL PROSTHETICS
• PROSTHETIC COMPONENTISTIC AND SOLUTIONS
• IMMEDIATE LOADING PROCEDURES
• MANAGEMENT OF COMPLICATION
• FULL ARCH REHABILITATION: PLANNING & CLINICAL PROTOCOLS
|05/02/2024 – 06/02/2024 – 07/02/2024 – 08/02/2024 – 09/02/2024||on-campus lessons at IST Course Center|
|06/05/2024 – 07/05/2024 – 08/05/2024 – 09/05/2024 – 10/05/2024||on-campus lessons at IST Course Center|
|21/10/2024 – 22/10/2024 – 23/10/2024 – 24/10/2024 – 25/10/2024||on-campus lessons at IST Course Center|
|13/01/2025 – 14/01/2025 – 15/01/2025 – 16/01/2025 – 17/01/2025||on-campus lessons at Unicamillus|
The didactic calendar may be subject to change in relation to national and international scientific calendars and the availability of teaching staff. Upon activation of the Master (after the deadline for enrolment) the final schedule will be sent out. Any changes will be communicated by email.
Master Director: Prof. Ugo Covani (1)
Master Co-Directors: Dr. Simone Marconcini (2); Prof. Giovanni Battista Menchini Fabris (3)
Main speakers are:
(1) Prof Ugo Covani, MD DDS Professor
Medicine Doctor – Certified in Surgery and in Stomatology
President of Istituto Stomatologico Toscano c/o Versilia general Hospital
Former Full Professor of Dentistry University of Pisa
Visiting Professor Dept. Oral and Maxillo-facial Surgery State University of New York at Buffalo (USA) e Universidad Cat ólica San Antonio de Murcia (Spain)
Past-President della Societ à Italiana di Chirurgia Orale, dell’European Board of Oral Surgery e dell’Italian Academy of Osseointegration
Author of about 300 publicazions, half of them in international peer reviewed journals and 5 books and as many book chapters
(2) Simone Marconcini, (DDS, PhD, MSc)
Responsible for the Scientific Research at the Tuscan Stomatologic Institute – research fundation – http://www.istitutostomatologicotoscano.com (Lido di Camaiore, Italy), Doctor of Philosophy in Nanotechnology at the University of Genova, MSc in Bone Reconstruction, award-winning specialist in oral surgery and implantology (University of Pisa), with over 10 years experience of research in oral health. Strong communication and leadership skills that helped expanding the scientific network of the Tuscan Stomatologic Institute. National scientific qualification as associate professor in stomatology with experience in teaching at the University of Pisa in graduate and post-graduate courses. International speaker at several dental meetings, including IADR world congresses in 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, and upcoming 2019. Winner of the ADR/PHILIPS ORAL HEALTHCARE YOUNG INVESTIGATOR RESEARCH GRANT with the project titled “The influence of different surgical protocols on the outcome of dental implants in diabetic patients.”. Author of more than 50 scientific publications in impacted scientific journals (see below), co-author of three books, active member of IADR, IAO (Italian Academy of Osteointegration). Excellent English and French speaker, professional tennis player, proud dad.
(3) Giovanni Battista Menchini Fabris (DDS, PhD, MSc)
Specialist in Oral Surgery, Professor & Director Master in Oral Surgery & Implantology – University “G.Marconi” Rome, Italy , CEO San Rossore Dental Unit at San Rossore Private Hospital Pisa, Italy, Visiting Clinical Professor, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, USA Adjunct Professor, Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Luxmi Bai, Baba Farid University, Punjab, INDIA, Clinical Senior Lecturer, Dept. of Periodontics and Implantology, The University of Western Australia, Perth WA.
One of the following degree titles are required to be admitted to the Professional Master Program (or near graduation by the Master enrolment deadline):
Other candidates who can also apply:
Candidates in possession of an academic qualification obtained abroad, equivalent in duration and content to those listed above, can apply as well. In the latter case, candidates must provide Declaration of Value, issued by the Italian Consular Authority of the country of study (together with “Transcript of Records” + duplicate of final degree) or CIMEA Statements of Comparability along with CIMEA Statements of Verification (through CIMEA platform) or Diploma Supplement (in case of European Degrees) issued by the University of origin and legalized by the Italian Embassy of the country of study. Candidates who do not have or do not present by the first day of class the requirements laid down in the regulations in force, forfeit their enrolment if already admitted and have no right to refunds of any amount paid to the University. In case of lacking of the aforementioned requirements, Didactic Administrative Office can exclude candidates from the Master at any time and with a justified provision.
The application must be submitted via the GOMP student portal following instructions given in the GUIDE by 15th December 2023.
In order to complete your application, you will need to provide the following documents, which will be attached to the portal during the procedure:
For candidates with qualifications equivalent/equivalent to those required:
Dichiarazione di Valore in Loco issued by the Italian Consular Authority of the country of study (accompanied by transcript of records + copy of the final diploma) or CIMEA Certificate of Comparability accompanied by CIMEA Certificate of Verification (by accessing the CIMEA platform) or Diploma Supplement (if it is a European qualification) issued by the University of origin and legalised at the Italian Embassy of the country of study. Students who submit incomplete documentation will be admitted with reservation and cannot complete their enrolment until all the required documentation has been submitted.
Conditional enrolment will not be accepted due to incomplete documentation or incorrect entry of data on the application form.
Following admission, candidates will have to follow the enrolment procedure following the indications provided in the appropriate guide, which will be sent by email together with the notification of admission to the Master’s course.
The registration fee is € 9.050,00 plus € 50,00 for secretarial fees (including registration and degree certificate issue stamp duty) to be paid in 3 instalments:
If the candidate does not make the payment within the time specified by UniCamillus he will lose the right to enroll/participate.
Failure in paying the fee by the deadline will result in suspension of access to the platform and in non-admission to the final exam. Interruption of any kind in students’ attendance to lessons and didactic activities does not exempt them from paying the remaining installments.
RIGHT TO RECONSIDER – Within 14 (fourteen) days from the date of payment, students may exercise the right to reconsider. As a consequence, students unilaterally waive from their enrolment by explicitly communicating to UniCamillus their willing to waive. This request should be sent by certified email to email@example.com.
In case of exercising this right to reconsider, UniCamillus will proceed to refund the paid amount within the following 14 (fourteen) days – withholding an amount of 5% of the paid sum for secretarial services – using the same means of payment previously employed by the User, unless expressly indicating a different means of payment.
Except for mandatory cases, expressly stated in this announcement, no refund will be made under any circumstances.
RIGHT TO WAIVE STUDIES – By exercising the right of abandonment or waiver of studies, students will no longer have access to any educational activity and/or qualification to use the tools UniCamillus puts at their disposal. Students wishing to waive must submit a waiver application using an online procedure. They must access the student portal (GOMP) with their credentials, visiting the “ careers> applications> study waiver application” section.
In case of waiver, the amounts paid until the moment of presentation of the waiver request will not be reimbursed under any circumstances. Students who waive or abandon their studies after the beginning of classes are required to pay the whole amount of fees.
Activation of the Master’ Course is conditional on reaching a minimum number of 15 enrolments. In the event that the Master’s Course does not start due to failure to reach the minimum number, the University will refund the entire fee paid, without withholding anything by way of penalty.
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