Dr Konstantinos Loukas has been practising as a surgical and prosthetic Implantology since 2008 in the UK (London – Oxford – South of England and the last year in South West Dorset and Jersey Channel Islands). Since 2011 as well owning his own private implant and restorative clinic in Athens.
In 2008 he was accepted on the new postgraduate of dental implantology program at the Dental School of Bristol. In 2010 he completed his clinical and theoretical training which included a large number of implant cases.
He performed both the surgical and the prosthetic phases of all his dental implant cases.
Between 2010-2012 he completed a dissertation – ”Prosthetic complications of implant over denture prosthesis”. He was awarded his (MSc) in Dental Implantology in 2012.
Apart from the academic approach Dr Loukas had the opportunity to be active member and participate in multiple implant procedures on a private implant clinic in BATH- UK. This was part of the education program. At the same period he was also performing implant treatments on a private basis in other clinics.
He was the first Greek who had completed the specific program. His team included UK specialist and experienced dentists from Europe.
The target of Dr Loukas was to complete a postgraduate program with the maximum benefit in private practise. This has been successfully achieved, and as a result combined with his continuing education on the highest level is giving him access to all new well proven dental technology.
Between 2016-2017 he complete a residency for advanced implantology in Oral Surgery department at Dental School Of Berne in Switzerland. He seat’s next to Professor Daniel Buser, one of the worldwide leading Surgeons-implantologists for the past 20 years and also alongside Professor Thomas Von Arx one of the leading on apical surgery and microsurgery under microscope and endoscope.
Specific Dr Loukas has been postgraduate trained in the follow:
- Surgical (prosthetic driven) and restorative rehabilitation of dental implants.
- Surgical and prosthetic management of implant complications
- Hard and soft tissue grafting
- Immediate loading of full arch implant cases
- Fixed prosthodontics under magnification
- Aesthetic rehabilitation of the anterior zone