Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration: Immediate Implants for any kind of Compromised Extraction Sockets – The New Frontiers in Modern Implantology
July 9 - 12, 2025

Course Overview

Immediate Dental Implants

Compromised Extraction Sockets

Modern implant dentistry is evolving into more sophisticated techniques. The newer treatment goals intend to be less invasive to patients and tissues, to achieve tissue preservation over collapse, to reduce the amount of implant surgical procedures, and to reduce cost of implant treatment.

In this consideration, the concepts of immediate implant placement in post-extraction sockets play a center role. But when the extraction site shows significant compromises, like bone loss or inflammation, these cases become risky to treat, especially in the esthetic zone.

Single-tooth replacement is a common indication for dental implant placement. Compromised teeth are removed using atraumatic principles and in the esthetic area immediately replaced by an implant-supported provisional resulting in excellent esthetic.

Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration: Minimally Invasive Implant Surgery and Flapless Procedures

However, in cases of compromised sites with buccal bone loss, gingival recession, loss of papillae, or apical inflammation and fistula, the clinical scenario presents a different dilemma. In conventional implant dentistry, surgical recommendations require long-term treatment with possible undesirable complications in the tissue architecture.

In this dental course, Jose Carlos da Rosa will share with you his clinical development of surgical and prosthetic principles on how to achieve predictably stable implant outcomes in even severely compromised post extraction sockets.

One-Stage-Surgery – for Predictable Immediate Implant Placement and Restoration

In his course, you will learn how to treat tissue losses of varied extensions, and to reconstruct in the same surgical session of implant placement. You also will understand the importance and the benefit of the immediate provisional restoration.

Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration – a Predictable, Minimally Invasive Alternative to Complex Surgery

These techniques will not only help you to reduce the number of surgical interventions for your patient but also will provide you with the highest predictability on the esthetic outcomes.

The Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration protocol was developed by Jose Carlos da Rosa to minimize treatment time and morbidity of reconstructive procedures.

This surgical hands-on course will upgrade your clinical skills to manage even severely compromised post-extractions sites with treatments outcomes, which are of highest predictability, long-term stable and esthetically excellent.

Benefit from Modern Implantology – for the most reliable, predictable, and long-term stable treatment outcomes in Immediate Implants and Immediate Restorations:

> Reduce the number of your surgical interventions

> Increase the predictability of your esthetic outcomes

> Manage successfully compromised sockets regardless of the extension or severity of bone loss

> A comprehensive course to learn how to use all types of maxillary tuberosity (MT) grafts

> Fully understand bone biology for optimal clinical decisions

> Apply the Gold Standard of Bone Graft: the Maxillary Tuberosity (MT) Graft

> Hard-, Soft- or Combined tissue grafts to treat even very challenging cases

> Manage severe bone loss in combination with or without gingival recession

> Apply all possibilities of Maxillary Tuberosity Donor Graft as Bone and Soft tissue grafts

> Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration – understand the full potential for immediate restoration on individual teeth for any area in the mouth

> Master the surgical and prosthetic techniques in almost any kind of compromised extraction sockets

> Reconstruct tissue with varied extensions in the same surgical session of implant placement and provisional crown

> Offer minimally invasive treatment to your patients in even challenging cases

> You and your patients will be highly impressed by the significant changes in your surgical results

> … for more details click on “You Will Learn” and “Your Benefit”

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José Carlos da Rosa’s unique IDEA course

Course Date
July 9 - 12, 2025
CE Credits 36
Tuition - All Inclusive Course Package
$ 10,980 "Hotel Option"
$ 10,380 "No Hotel Option"
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Step-by-step explanation of the protocols for immediate dentoalveolar restoration, featuring minimally invasive and flapless procedures, use of the maxillary tuberosity for graft harvesting, immediate loading, and correct crown contouring for adequate emergence profile.

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Immediate Dentoalveolar Restoration

Learn the latest concepts in Implant Dentistry

Immediate Implant Placement - Post Extraction Sockets

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Modern implant dentistry is evolving into more sophisticated techniques.

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