Fellowship courses

Fellowship in fixed orthodontics

Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry

Fellowship in General Dentistry

Fellowship in clinical endoodntics

Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry

Fellowship in Implantology

Fellowship in Facial & Dental  Cosmetology

Course Overview:

Introduction: The Two-Month Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry with a focus on Aesthetic Restorations is an intensive program designed for dental professionals who aspire to excel in cosmetic dentistry, specifically in the realm of aesthetic restorations. This program covers a range of topics related to smile evaluation, aesthetic considerations, and hands-on training in various aesthetic dental procedures.

Course Duration: This fellowship program spans two months, offering a concentrated curriculum that provides participants with the necessary knowledge and skills for performing aesthetic restorations.

Key Course Topics:

  1. Smile Evaluation and Treatment Planning:
    • Learn how to assess and evaluate a patient’s smile.
    • Develop individualized treatment plans based on patient-specific needs and aesthetic considerations.
  2. Anterior and Posterior Direct Composites:
    • Gain proficiency in the art of direct composite resin bonding for both front and back teeth.
    • Master color matching, contouring, and finishing techniques.
  3. All-Ceramic Systems:
    • Explore the preparation, impression, and temporization of all-ceramic crowns and veneers.
    • Understand the benefits and considerations of all-ceramic restorations.
  4. Cementation of All-Ceramic Crowns, Laminates & Veneers:
    • Learn the techniques for precise cementation of various aesthetic restorations.
    • Understand the importance of adhesive dentistry for long-term success.
  5. Managing Tooth Sensitivity:
    • Discover strategies to manage and address tooth sensitivity in patients undergoing aesthetic restorations.
  6. Tooth Bleaching Procedures:
    • Gain knowledge in both home and office tooth bleaching techniques.
    • Understand the indications, contraindications, and potential complications.
  7. Dental Jewelry:
    • Explore the application of dental jewelry for aesthetic enhancement.
    • Understand the procedures and materials used in dental jewelry placement.
  8. Interdisciplinary Aesthetics:
    • Learn how to integrate cosmetic dentistry with other aesthetic procedures.
    • Develop treatment plans for comprehensive aesthetic makeovers.
  9. Aesthetic Skin Procedures:
    • Understand the structure and function of the skin.
    • Learn about age-related changes, wrinkles, and skin texture.
  10. Chemical Peels and Microdermabrasion:
  • Gain expertise in chemical peels, including types, mechanisms, indications, and protocols.
  • Learn about the mechanism of action, types of machines, and advantages of microdermabrasion.
  1. Facial Anatomy and Aesthetics:
  • Explore the muscles of facial expression and their functions.
  • Understand the anatomy of the face, esthetic units, and dynamic wrinkles.
  1. Botulinum Toxin and Dermal Fillers:
  • Learn about botulinum toxin, its mechanism of action, and indications.
  • Explore different types of dermal fillers, their mechanisms, and applications.

Certification: Upon successful completion of the program, participants will receive a Two-Month Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry certificate,

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