COLAB NZ Presents - Starting Strong in Implant Dentistry: A Beginner's Roadmap | Wellington

When and where


Rydges Wellington, 75 Featherston Street, Pipitea,
Wellington 6011, 

Date and Time

Start date

6th March 2024


6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

COLAB NZ Presents: Starting Strong in Implant Dentistry: A Beginner’s Roadmap

Join international speaker Dr. Albert Sharp in Auckland or Wellington this March 2024 for our brand new series “Starting Strong in Implant Dentistry: A Beginner’s Roadmap”. This course is designed for dental practitioners and technicians new to implant dentistry or looking to establish foundational knowledge and skills in planning and executing simple implant cases.

Participants will gain confidence utilising the latest technologies for implant case planning, understand the differences between digital and traditional impression techniques in the context of implants and evaluate and choose between screw and cement-retained implant restorations for simple cases.


Event Details:
Date: Wednesday 6 March 2024
Location: Rydges Wellington
Address: 75 Featherston Street, Pipitea,
Wellington 6011, NZ
Time: 6:00pm – 9:00pm (Presentation from 6:30pm)
CPD Points: 1.5 CPD Points

Course Outline:

Planning Simple Implant Cases:
–              Using the latest technologies
–              Outline and understanding the Guided Surgery process for implant placement

Restorative Sequences:
–              Advantages and limitations of digital impressions for implants
–              Traditional impression techniques and their applications in implant dentistry
–              Tips and Tricks for Implant Restorations

Restorative Options for simple cases:
–              Comparative analysis of screw-retained and cement-retained implant restorations

Deciphering Abutment Terminology and Options:
–              Understanding Abutment Terminology
–              Explanation of key terms related to implant abutments
–              Exploring different types of abutments and their applications in implant cases

Restorative Material options and trends:
–              Introduction to common restorative materials for implant prosthetics
–              Emerging trends and considerations in implant restorative materials

Our Presenter

Dr Albert Sharp

Dr Albert Sharp received his Bachelor of Dental Surgery from the University of Sydney, graduating with First Class honours and top of the year as well and winning the NSW Dental Board scholarship prize for academic performance. He is a partner at Penn Sharp Dental Surgeons in Sydney, Australia, where he continues to practice all aspects of general dentistry.

Albert joined Modern Dental as a clinical and technical advisor in 2003 and is currently the general manager of the technical department – with extensive emphasis on the fields of crown and bridge, implants and TMD/Sleep apnea appliances.