Implant Dentistry: All-on-4 & Immediate Loading

A two day course introducing the All-on-4 concept from start to fitting of a provisional prosthesis in one day including all lab stages



Two consecutive days.

13 hours verifiable CPD.

Each day will run approximately 9:30am - 5pm.

Course dates

18 - 19 November 2016

Aims and objectives

  • To become familiar with the history and principles of the All-on-4 technique.
  • To understand the principles of treatment planning an All-on-4 case.
  • To see and become familiar with the planning stages for an All-on-4 procedure.
  • To see the surgical placement and immediate loading of a single jaw.
  • To understand the use of CBCT in diagnosis and planning.
  • To see the use of guided surgery to aid implant placement.
  • To see the surgical and restorative stages for the All-on-4 procedure.

Anticipated outcomes

The course is designed to enable dental implant surgeons to diagnose and provide an immediate functional and aesthetic tooth replacement with predictability. Participants should be able to select suitable cases and plan each one for a fixed, highly aesthetic, functional and immediate tooth replacement.

Quality controls

All teachers on the Institute's courses are experienced professionals. All participants are asked to submit written feedback via a questionnaire at the end of the course, which is used to monitor the course's quality of teaching and value for money.

Teaching and assessment

The morning sessions are structured to give interactive seminars on the theoretical aspects of dental implants. The seminars are supplemented with videos of live clinical cases to highlight key stages in treatment. The hands-on element involves implant preparation with SimPlant surgical guides for an All-on-4 procedure.

Each session is packed with practical clinical tips, which can be applied to implant dentistry as well as the wider field of restorative dentistry.

Dr Wail Girgis and Dr Cyrus Nikkhah are the Course Leaders.


  • Patient assessment, basic implant science
  • Implant planning for immediate placement and loading
  • Implant treatment sequence
  • Hands-on implant placement on specially designed models and restoration
  • Hands-on implant provisional for single unit
  • Theory of immediate loading for single to full arch including the All-on-4 technique
  • Live surgery demonstrating the All-on-4 technique


All participants


Entry requirements

Participants must hold an approved dental qualification and be an experienced implant surgeon. The course is aimed at experienced implant surgeons who would like to develop an overview of this rapidly changing field, and serves as an excellent introduction to further training in implant treatment.

How to book

Prospective participants should book online through UCL's Online Store. Before doing so, please ensure you have reviewed the above information. Full payment is required up front to reserve a place. Places are allocated on a first come, first served basis.

Book now

To book your place on this course please visit our online store.

What happens next

Once you have completed your purchase through the Online Store, you will receive an email confirming your booking. The Course Administrator will send you a further email confirming arrival time and location.


Miss Marjorie Kelly
Course Administrator

+44 (0)20 7905 1234