A live patient surgical course designed to provide dentists with comprehensive training in dental implant surgery. You will learn how to place dental implants on live patients with precision and accuracy. Our experienced instructors will guide you every step of the way to help you fine-tune your skills.
Fine Tune Your Surgical Skills With Precise Training
Place 7-10 dental implants on real patients.
Daily lectures and case discussion
A World-Class Faculty in the Heart of the Middle East
Dental Implant Training UK has the privilege of collaborating with the British University in Egypt's Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery to provide a dental implants surgery course with the placement of 7-10 dental implants on live patients.
Over the years we have grown to appreciate the needs of the busy practitioner to refine their knowledge of dental implant planning and surgery whilst simultaneously learning surgical placement. Very often, courses can be drawn out over extended periods of time, slowing down the progress of the student.
Whilst this is NOT a full certificate or diploma course, cases can be considered part of the practical requirements of UK guidelines for implant training 'STRAIGHTFORWARD PLACEMENT'.
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The course leaders:
Dr. Amr Amin Associate Professor OMFS Ain Shams University,, Head of Department of OMFS, British University in Egypt
Faculty members of the Department of Oral Surgery, BUE
Dr Ali Abdellatif BDS (Alex), IQE (UK), MFDS RCPS (Glasg), MSc Implant Dent (KCL) - Dental Implant Training UK
Dr Rafiq Hebeish GDP and Implants Dentist, UK - Dental Implant Training UK
Instruction and Mentoring by Oral Surgeons and Implant Dentists from Egypt and the U.K.
Enjoy Cairo while you train...
Experiencing Cairo, the vibrant capital city of Egypt, is nothing short of a sensory overload. The city is a captivating blend of ancient history and modern chaos, where the past and the present coexist in a mesmerizing tapestry of sights, sounds, and flavors.
Cairo is home to some of the world's most iconic historical sites. The awe-inspiring Giza Plateau, located just on the outskirts of the city, is where the legendary Pyramids of Giza and the Sphinx stand tall against the backdrop of the desert. Exploring these ancient wonders is a surreal experience, as you contemplate the engineering marvels of the ancient Egyptians.
**Islamic and Coptic Heritage:**
The city's historic core is a labyrinth of narrow alleys and bustling bazaars. In Old Cairo, you can visit the medieval Islamic district, home to the stunning Ibn Tulun Mosque with its unique minaret, and the exquisite Sultan Hassan Mosque and Al-Rifa'i Mosque. Nearby, the Coptic Quarter is a testament to Egypt's Christian heritage, featuring the Hanging Church (Saint Virgin Mary's Coptic Orthodox Church) and the Coptic Museum.
**Museums and Artifacts:**
Cairo boasts world-class museums, including the Egyptian Museum, home to an incredible collection of ancient artifacts, including the treasures of Tutankhamun. The Museum of Islamic Art showcases a rich array of Islamic artifacts, while the Cairo Opera House hosts performances ranging from classical music to contemporary dance.
**Bustling Markets and Street Life:**
Cairo's markets, such as Khan El Khalili, offer a riot of colors and fragrances. Here, you can haggle for spices, jewelry, textiles, and souvenirs, immersing yourself in the city's lively atmosphere. The bustling streets are filled with the honking of horns, street vendors selling delicious local delicacies like falafel and koshari, and the aroma of freshly brewed tea and shisha wafting from cafes.
**Nile River and Felucca Rides:**
A Cairo experience is incomplete without a leisurely cruise on the Nile River. Whether you choose a luxurious dinner cruise or a traditional felucca sailboat ride, the views of the city skyline at sunset are breathtaking. The gentle lapping of the water and the cool breeze provide a welcome contrast to the city's hustle and bustle.
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In essence, a Cairo experience is a whirlwind journey through time, where ancient wonders and modern life converge, leaving travelers with unforgettable memories of a city that pulsates with history, culture, and the spirit of its people.