IImplantology is one of the fastest growing areas of dentistry. Broadening the scope of your competence is not only the value of self-development –- it is a guarantee of loyalty of patients, who are increasingly asking for information about possible methods of treatment. Inclusion of modern, advanced solutions in your treatment offer can really provide added value! Advanced training is the answer to the growing demand from patients and from the market, and the recipe for the development of your clinic or treatment room.

If you already have some experience in implantology, advanced training is an option for you!

Programs of trainings:

Soft Tissue Management

Trainer: Michał Szczutkowski, DDS
Location: DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw, Poland
Number of credit points: 14
Duration: 2 days
The lecture language is Polish


Plastic and aesthetic implant surgery. Multi-disciplinary training in implantology, bone regeneration and soft tissue management techniques.

Both pink and white aesthetics contribute to provide a smile with harmony and balance. The defect in the tissues cannot be counterbalanced by the dental restoration quality or vice versa – Pascal Magne.

During the training, we teach participants to manage soft tissues at every treatment stage. In the workshop part, participants perform a free gingival graft, a CTG, Kazanjian vestibuloplasty, implant emergence techniques. The advanced training is aimed both at dentists who are preparing to start such procedures and for those who want to extend their knowledge.

Training content:

  • Should implants be placed above, at or below bone level?
  • Effect of the implant structure, diameter and length on surgical and prosthetic potential.
  • Periimplant mucositis and periimplantitis – prevention and treatment methods (methods of cementing restorations on implants – screwed, screwed and cemented, cemented, types of cements, rules and surgery planning). What to do when there is pus already coming out around the implant? Patients with periodontal diseases vs. implants.
  • Practical part: macro and micro: which one is better? Suturing techniques for macro- 4/0 and microsurgical 6/0 instruments and suturing materials.
  • Basics for admitting patients with periodontal diseases (hygienisation, scaling and root planing).
  • Periodontal procedures that every implantologist should be able to perform: surgical lengthening of the clinical crown, open scaling and root planing, free gingival graft, pedicle and free connective tissue graft (envelope technique, deepithelialised skin technique), coronally advanced flap.
  • Practical part: harvesting free gingival grafts – aubergine exercises.
  • Soft tissue management at every stage: bone augmentation procedures, implantation, during implant-filling and after prosthetic preparation. Incisions during bone augmentation and implantation. Coronally advanced flap, roll-flap, Palacci papilla flaps.
  • Rules for the distribution of soft tissue in the aesthetic zone and means of obtaining them in the aesthetic zone.
  • Practical part on animal specimens: preparation of a bed for free gingival graft next to mandibular lateral teeth, harvesting a free gingival graft from the palate, techniques of protecting the donor site from haemorrhage and to promote healing, techniques of stable placement of the graft in the recipient site.
  • Immediate implantation and immediate loading – sure failure or a way to success? How to maintain papillae in the aesthetic zone and what to do when they are already gone.
  • Atraumatic techniques of extracting teeth, fractured roots, root tips completely embedded in the bone (see RVG images).
  • Atraumatic techniques of extracting poorly positioned implants, broken implants.
  • Practical part on animal specimens: harvesting connective tissue graft from the palate using the envelope technique, donor site suturing techniques, harvesting connective tissue graft from the palate using skin deepithelialisation technique, suturing techniques.
  • Analysis of problematic cases and potential failures of training participants. On the basis of RTG, RVG, OPG images, gypsum models and ideally intraoral images of the “after” situation and “before” situation, if available.

Please bring with you on a course of dental loupes.


Advanced augmentation techniques with bone

Trainer: Andrzej Szwarczyński, MD, PhD
Location: DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw, Poland
Number of credit points: 14
Duration: 2 days
The lecture language is Polish


The training has an innovative form where the theoretical module is followed by a practical workshop for the participants to practice guided bone regeneration techniques.

Training content:

The training starts with a theoretical lecture which is followed by a practical class. During the workshop phase, participants work at 5 fully-equipped stations.

Station 1: Autogenous cylindrical bone grafts using the Transfer Control set and fixing the graft using Screw set screws.
Station 2: Autogenous bone block grafts using a piezoelectric device, fixing the graft using Screw set screws.
Station 3: Autogenous bone ring grafts using a Ring Control set and fixing the graft using Screw System set screws.
Station 4: Bone splitting and spreading using the Split-Control Plus set, a piezoelectric device and bone saw.
Station 5: Sinus lift using a piezoelectric device and manual instruments.

 Advanced prosthodontics and occlusion

Trainer: Karolina Mazurek, MD, PhD
Location: DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw, Poland
Number of credit points: 14
Duration: 2 days
The lecture language is Polish


Day 1

Introduction - materials, instruments and equipment in the implanto-prosthetic room, prosthetic components of the MIS system.

Implant treatment planning:

  1. Principles of an occlusion.
  2. Analysis of aesthetics.
  3. Proper occlusion reconstruction (wax-up, mock-up).
  4. The facial arc and the articulator.
  5. Orthodontic background.
  6. Time and financial schedule of treatment.

Extensive restorations supported by implants

  1. Removable restorations (precise retention elements: locator, bar) clinical work stages.
  2. Fixed restorations (screwed, cemented) clinical work stages.
  3. Crowns on implants: interlocked or single?
  4. Cooperation and communication with the studio.
  5. Temporary restoration - options and materials.

The practical part - day 1:

  1. The use of the facial arc, the establishing of occlusion, the centric relation, the principles of aesthetics.

Day 2:

  1. Bolt vs. cemented.
  2. Modeling of the emergence profile, soft tissue management.
  3. Impressions of soft tissues modeled with temporary crown (modification of transfers, impression materials).
  4. Complications during impression - how to manage them?
  5. Impressions in the mixed work of the patient's own implants and pillars.

Materials and aesthetic possibilities.
Aesthetic abutments (zirconium oxide, glass ceramics).
Cementation - selection of appropriate materials, colors, removing cement residue.
CAD/CAM technology (scanning, milling, emergence profile modeling).
Temporary crown modeling emergence profile.
Customization transfer for the emergence profile.

Autogenous methods of tissue regeneration in dental surgery. Concentrated growth factors (CGF)

Trainer: Maciej Michalak MD, PhD
Location: DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw, Poland
Number of credit points: 7
Duration: 1 day 
The lecture language is Polish


Training content:

Theory with the presentation of clinical cases:

  • growth factors – introduction and possibilities,
  • the importance of stem cells (CD34 +) and BMP-2 in dental surgery,
  • how to start and develop a work that uses autogenous methods in a dental office,
  • using CGF as a carrier for bone augmentation materials,
  • sinus lift with using CGF,
  • other possibilities of using growth factors,
  • comparison of CGF and LPCGF with other autogenous blood-derived materials (e.g., PRF, aPRF, iPRF, L-PRF),
  • method for slow and gradual release of concentrated BMP morphogenetic bone proteins (RoundUp).

Practical part:

  • blood donation,
  • receiving CGF,
  • making Sticky Bone,
  • obtaining LPCGF with a discussion of its applications (among others in the treatment of temporomandibular joints and treatment of the surface of implants),
  • creation of a biological membrane from concentrated growth factors,
  • application of the "el Poncho" technique during implantation,
  • preparation of material for bone regeneration using the RoundUP device.

Schedule and the cost of participation in Advanced trainings

Training Cost Date   Location
Advanced prosthodontics and occlusion (2 days) 3450 PLN Fri 14th June 2019 9am - 5pm DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw (click here for a map)
Sat 15th June 2019 10am - 6pm DSI – Dental Skills Institute, 4 Piaskowa str., Warsaw (click here for a map)

DSI trainings for doctors are legally exempt from VAT. The cost does not include accommodation and commuter fees.

The price of training includes:

  • Training materials.
  • Lunch, snacks and coffee breaks.
  • Skills-confirming certificate.
  • 6-month free access to the DSI E-learning zone.
  • Individual consultations with the tutor up to 2 weeks after the training.
  • All-sterile and non-sterile treatment materials used during the training.

Registration and participation rules:

  • Register by filling-in the form in REGISTER tab.
  • Immediately after registration you will receive an e-mail confirming your application and information on the next steps.
  • Pay in advance 10% of the value of training.
  • Pay the remaining amount at least 30 days prior to the date of training.
  • Do you want to quit? Please let us know at least 60 days before the training starts - we will refund the entire amount.
  • The reservation will be decided by the order of payment made.