Poster 52, Sprache: Deutsch
Today, the oral intraosseous implantology offers an important and well-accepted treatment concept in dentistry. Prosthetic restorations, partially or totally retained by osseointegrated dental implants, should be an integrated part of the overall treatment concept in any private practise to make the functional and aesthetic advantages of implant retained prosthesis available for all patients. Therefore, it is important to incorporate implant retained restorations into the prosthetic curriculum from an early stage on.We started in our department in 1992 to include the fabrication of an implant retained fixed partial denture into the curriculum of the second phantom-course in preclinical prosthodontics (5. semester). The students have to fabricate a combined tooth/implant retained bridge, in which the mesial abutment is a premolar (tooth 45) treated with post and core and the distal abutment is a Paragon®-Implant. Contrarily to other concepts which teach only some of the procedures, e.g. impression taking, in Marburg the students have to perform all relevant clinical procedures, using a mannequin head, as well as the laboratory procedures by themselves. The described concept enables the students to learn the specific procedures involved in implant prosthodontics under realistic clinical conditions.
Schlagwörter: Implantologie, vorklinische Ausbildung, Phantomkurs, Implantatprothetik