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Aesthetic Dentistry Courses 4/8 Months


  1. Armamentarium
  2. Placement
  3. Indications & Contraindications
  4. Advantages & Disadvantages
  1. Dental Anesthetics
  2. Effective Shots
  3. What Is Buffering
  4. How to increase efficiency 
  5. Newer Delivery Systems
  6. Managing Systemic Toxicity & Allergy to Local Anesthesia
  7. Vasoconstrictors in LA
  8. Vibrotactile devices for LA
  1. Material Options
  2. Material Selection
  3. Biologic Width
  4. Tooth Preparation
  5. Clearance & Finish Lines
  6. Tips & Tricks in Preparation
  7. Tissue Retraction
  8. Impression Making
  9. Troubleshooting In Impressions
  10. Pontic Design 
  11. Occlusion
  12. Pre-Cementation
  13. Cementation
  1. What are Dental Composites?
  2. Armamentarium
  3. Direct Or Indirect Restoration 
  4. Isolation and matricing
  5. Etching and bonding
  6. Anterior restorations
  7. Posterior Restorations
  8. Diastema closure
  9. Finishing and polishing
  10. Step by step procedures
  11. Universal adhesives


  1. What is a Dental Implant?
  2. Classification of Implant Surfaces
  3. 1st, 2nd & 3rd Generation Implants
  4. Biological & Functional Aspects of Teeth and Implants
  5. Objectives Of Implant Therapy
  6. Biology of Osseointegration
  7. Clinical and biological factors influencing selection of the type of implant. 

Implants & Patients

  1. Phases of comprehensive treatment plan with dental implants
  2. Therapeutical actions that belong to each phase. 
  3. Surgical anatomy and local anatomical factors in relation to implant procedures.
  4. Main contraindications and risks factors
  5. Identifying patients’ expectations
  6. Important factors for reaching patient satisfaction with implant treatment.

Placing Dental Implants

  1. Implant Placement 
  2. Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR)
    • Principles
    • Favourable and unfavourable sites
    • Clinical techniques
    • Devices for GTR
  3. Autogenous Bone Graft
    • Differences of graftless placement and bone augmentation procedures.
    • Basic techniques of autogenous bone grafting
  4. Implants in Posterior Maxilla 
  5. Transalveolar Sinus Elevation
  6. Lateral Window Augmentation
  7. Surgery Closure 
    • Physical characteristics of the needle (diameter, material, curvature)
    • Types of Sutures and
    • Suturing techniques in periodontal and implant surgery.
  8. Post Surgical Healing
    • Relate to patients’ post-surgical healing experience
    • Efficient communication with patients

Restoring Implants

  1. Restorative Pathways
    • Different pathways in restoring implants
    • Principles of restorative-based treatment planning
    • Main components and design features of implant restorations
    • Main type of abutments 
  2. Screw Retained or Cemented Reconstructions
  3. Implant Level or Abutment Level Restoration
  4. Restoring Edentulous Patients with Implant Supported Fixed Prostheses 
  5. Implant Supported Mandibular Overdenture 
  6. Impression Techniques
  7. Immediate Loading
  8. Implant Supported Provisional Restorations 
  9. Cementation Techniques

Post Surgery Maintenance 


Implant Maintenance 

  1. CBCT Working
  2. Difference between a CT scan and a CBCT scan
  3. Reading CBCT’s to plan Implants
  4. Planning implants for the posterior maxillary region using CBCT
  5. CBCT’s & Endodontics
  6. CBCT & Impacted Teeth
  7. CBCT & Fracture Line
  8. CBCT’s for pathology assessment
  9. CBCT’s for TMJ disorders
  10. CBCT Accuracy
  1. What is Laser
  2. Types of Lasers
  3. Classification of Dental Lasers
  4. Technology (modes, frequency, wavelength and power)
  5. Uses & Applications
    • Root Canal Therapy & Desensitization
    • Pocket Sterilization & LBR
    • Gingivectomy
    • Teeth Whitening
    • Aphthous Ulcer
    • Dry Socket
    • Trismus, TMJ Pain
    • Post Operative Swelling & Paresthesia
  6. Correction of Tongue Tie
  7. Gingival Depigmentation using CO2 Laser
  8. Gingival Depigmentation using an Erbium YAG Laser
  9. Gingival Depigmentation using Diode Laser
  10. Surgical Demonstration of Frenectomy
  11. Laser Activated Irrigation
  12. Uses in Periimplantitis
  13. Uses in Peri-mucositits
  14. Vestibuluplasty using Lasers
  1. Correct grips 
  2. Types of suture needles 
  3. Figure of eight suture demonstration
  4. Interrupted direct loop suture demonstration
  5. Anchor suture demonstration
  6. Closed anchor suture demonstration
  7. External vertical mattress suture demonstration
  8. Horizontal mattress suture demonstration
  9. Horizontal cross mattress suture demonstration
  10. Interrupted single sling suture demonstration

  1. Why loupes?
  2. Why microscope?
  3. Magnification in dentistry
  4. Importance of magnification for veneer preparations
  5. Microscope Scope Head
  6. Orienting Yourself to a microscope
  7. The Knobs
  8. Documentation through a microscope
  9. Illumination in a microscope
  10. Digital patient communication
  11. Single handed operations using a microscope
  12. Documentation through a microscope
  13. Video documentation using dental microscopes
  1. Managing local complication after administration of LA 
  2. Managing systemic toxicity and allergy due to local anesthesia
  3. Managing Syncope
  4. Unconsciousness and its management
  5. Does asthma have any significance to my dental practice?
  6. Can a pain in the jaw have cardiovascular implications?
  7. hypoglycemic attack!
  8. Seizures and their management
  9. Suppose my patient swallows an instrument?
  10. How to perform CPR
  11. Successful prevention of medical emergencies
  1. What does your practice say about you?
  2. Do dentists need to think like retailers?
  3. Need for a change in attitude while explaining treatment plan to patients
  4. Should you always provide the treatment asked for by patients?
  5.  Should we treat patients of different age groups differently?
  6. Dealing with old patients: Baby boomers
  7. Dealing with middle aged patients: Generation X
  8. Dealing with young adults: Millennials
  9. Dealing with teenagers: Generation Z
  10. How to deal with patients of different age groups
  1. CDC guidelines
  2. Infection control plan
  3. Dental health care personnel safety and evaluation
  4. Standard precautions
  5. Hand hygiene
  6. Personal protective equipment’s
  7. Respiratory etiquettes
  8. Handling sharp instruments
  9. Safe injection practices
  10. Sterilization of instruments
  11. Environmental infection prevention and control
  12. Dental unit water quality
  13. Risk assessment
  1. Diagnosis of Different Types Of Malocclusion 
  2. Photographs & Radiographs
  3. Cephalometrics
  4. Model Analysis
  5. Tooth Size/Arch Length Analysis
  6. Classification of Malocclusion 
  7. Treatment Planning of
    •     Open Bite
    •    Deep Bite
    •    Cross Bite
  8. Biomechanics of Tooth Movement
  9. Retention Protocols
  10. Living with Relapse Cases


  1. Focus on High Quality
  2. Thorough theory
  3. Comprehensive Hands-on
  4. Through Clinical Exposure




Day 1


Day 2

Dental Magnification

Day 3

Anterior  Composite Workshop

Day 4

Posterior Composite Workshop

Day 5

Fixed Prosthodontics

Day 6 

Laser Dentistry

Day 7


Day 8

Implant Surgicals

Day 9

Implant Prosthetics



  1. Preformed veneers – minimum 1 case
  2. Fiber post anterior tooth- minimum- 5cases
  3. Indirect posterior composites (inlay, onlay) – 5+ cases
  4. Smile design – minimum – 5 cases (Digital)
  5. Midline closure- Minimum – 5 Cases
  6. Anterior composite restoration – 3-Each  Class: 3, 4, 5
  7. Composite veneers – minimum- 5 cases
  8. Vital bleach – minimum – 5 cases
  9. Non-Vital bleach – minimum – 3 cases
  10. Direct posterior composites – 3- Each Class: 1,2
  11. Indirect All ceramic posterior – 1 case
  12. Partial bonded anterior crowns (3/4 crowns)
  13. cusp capping in posteriors


  1. Scaling and Root planning
  2. Gingivectomy laser – 10 Cases
  3. Gingivoplasty – 1-Case
  4. Crown lengthening (Surgical)- 1 case
  5. De pigmentation (Laser) – 1 case
  6. Wart removal (Laser) – 5 cases


  1. Anterior crown and bridge – 15 crowns
  2. Full Mouth Rehab (Composite , All ceramic, Pfm)- 1 case
  3. Black triangle closure (Perio) – 3 cases
  4. All ceramic veneers – minimum 1 case

ORTHO (Only In Residency Program)

  • 5 cases  (2 new bonding & 3 running cases)

Implants (Only In Residency Program)

5 cases

Project Work

  1. Seminar – 2 Topics
  2. Case presentation – 5 complete cases






2 Months Prior Booking

1 Months Prior Booking


Aesthetic Dentistry – 4 Months


₹ 2,50,000


2 Days Implant Workshop


2 Days Rotary Workshop


Residency In Aesthetic Dentsitry – 8 Months


+ 5 Implant Cases + 5 Ortho Cases

₹ 4,50,000


Disimpaction Course – 4 Cases


2 Days Rotary Workshop


Anterior Aesthetics 1 Day Workshop 

No Cases

₹ 8,000


GC Sculpt


 2 Clear Matrices


Posterior Aesthetic 1 Day Workshop

No Cases

₹ 8,000


GC Sculpt


 2 Clear Matrices


Students can avail 10% Discount on Tuition Fess by opting to pay complete course fees on or before Course Start Date.

Complimentary (on prior bookings only, see table above)

Complimentary Course: 

  • Disimpaction 4 Cases ₹40,000

Complimentary Workshops:

  • 2 Days – Implant Workshop: Surgical & Prosthetic Aspects ₹16,000
  • 2 Days – Rotary Workshop Worth ₹16,000


Students need to have a valid Local Dental Council registration, with a valid BDS or MDS Degree from a recognized Dental College.

Yes, Course Completion will be provided to all Students who successfully complete the course quota. A experience letter shall also be provided which shall be based on quota completed under proper protocols and timely submission of case documentation.

Documentation involves uploading /Sharing pre-op, mid-op and post op photo of the respective course Quota on Ace Institute Telegram Group with relevant clinical points of significance in a timely manner.

Case Documentation is essential for:

1) Self Evaluation

2) Mentor Evaluation

3) Statutory Medico-Legal Requirement

4) Portfolio Preparing a comprehensive a portfolio for Future Job Opportunities

5) Research & Study

6) Unified Case Gallery: Good clinical photographs for pre-op, mid-treatment and post-treatment evaluation, follow-up, research, publication, seminars, conferencing, as well as patient canvassing and marketing of skills.

7) Scholarships & Certificate: Case documentation is mandatory to receive final Certificate of training & Scholarships

Refer the material requirement section above.

Subject to availability Institute can provide accommodation for female participants at its in-house Hostel.

Institute also has a 3rd Party Tie-Up with She- Stays Girls Hostel , which can also be considered by Female Students

Ace Institute of Dentistry time to time announces scholarships, which as and when decided upon shall be reflected in the course page above and our social media platforms.

Yes, we provide easy payment options. You may contact our Admissions Team for the same.

But we advice students to pay the complete course fees on course joining date, so as to avail certain Discounts over the total Fees

Yes, kindly contact our Admission Department for more info.


  1. The Duration may extend depending on patient availability and participants learning ability.
  2. It is important for the student to pass the assessment  hands-on workshop with atleast 60% marks to be eligible to start the Clinicals.
  3. Those students scoring less than 60 percentile ( who require extra attention/efforts to improve their work and speed) shall be required to re-attend the workshop/Repeat Hands-on again by paying an additional 50% of the workshop fees
  4. Students need to be ready to work/travel to any of our branches including rotatory postings.
  5. To encourage knowledge sharing as well as improving quality of teaching-learning, it is mandatory at Ace to do documentation of each case; As such, a min. documentation of the 70% cases is mandatory to receive course completeion certificate
  6. Course syllabus, teaching pedagogy as well as materials required are subject to change from time to time and shall be reflected on the website as such.
  7. As admission intakes are limited, courses once registered cannot be changed and the fees is non adjustable and non refundable under any circumstances whatsoever
  8. The students also are expected to show a professional conduct and follow rules of the clinic/branch they are posted even as they update from time to time
  9. Timings: Students are to adhere to respective Branch Timings.
  10. Leaves:  Unplanned leave: Atleast 24 hrs Prior. Minimum 3 days prior: Planned leaves.
  11. Students are to make sure, any pending cases are complete/rescheduled accordingly. Under no circumstance inconvenience to the patient shall be accepted.
  12. Patient Management Software: Most of our Branches have clinic management software’s. Students are to update their respective case progress on day to day basis, in the software.


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Ace Institute Of Dentistry, Chikkadpally, Hyderabad, Telangana

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