Learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Courses cover everything from diagnosis and treatment planning to surgical and prosthetic workflows. We even address some of the most complex and progressive protocols for managing potential complications.
Mentor program by DR. DANIEL FANG — Implant Treatment Planning, Surgical and Prosthetic Considerations
Implant Education Company - 3 Day Live Surgical Implant Course with Site Prep
This introduction to dental implant surgery is a 3-day course where attending dentists will have two and a half days of live surgical training, ½ day of live hands-on exercise, and 4 hours of online learning.
The hands-on will include learning implant drilling techniques and becoming familiar with the intricacies of the surgical kit. Attending dentists will also practice suturing techniques on suture pads and learn materials for site prep. For the live surgical portion, dentists will treat patients in different clinical situations. Dentists will plan and treatment plan each case with the instructors for optimal patient care.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will have gained a greater understanding of the necessary skills, techniques, instruments, and materials that are required for dental implant surgery.
Restored Smiles - Pathway to Predictable and Successful Implant Placement
Learn how to place dental implants in to abundant bone predictably, efficiently, and successfully. This comprehensive course is filled with hands-on exercises to prepare you for socket preservation, flap design, implant placement, and suturing. With your purchase you will have access to Session One ONLINE curriculum for up to 1 year so that you can go back and review as often as you want.
2022 Posterior Know-how — Interactive training course
There are a lot of special precautions when we do dental implants at the posterior maxillary and mandibular region. It’s never meant to be very easy, although not esthetically as important when compare with the implant in the esthetic zone. All sorts of posterior problems such as the ID nerve and lingual nerve, the maxillary sinus, the proximity to the throat and airway, the accessibility due to the cheek and the tongue makes placing dental implant in this region more challenging. Moreover, there are unique resorption pattern such as maxillary sinus pneumontization and the typical knife edge posterior mandibular ridge and loss of vertical bone volume sometimes made dental implant placement very difficult and risky.
This course aims to walk you through the journey of knowing the limitation, pre-operative assessment and decision marking when doing dental implant at the posterior region of the jaw. Bone augmentation at this area will be mentioned as well as immediate placement. We hope to give you some up-to-date evidence based practical tips during the 2 days learning. Live surgical demonstration, hands-on practical sessions and case base small group discussions will also be provided, hoping to make the course more interactive. We will see you there!
Topics will include
- Decision making on posterior region
- Soft tissue management at posterior zone
- Immediate implant placement in posterior region
- Sinus augmentation, GBR & material
- Complication on dental implant surgery
- Peri-implantitis and treatment
Oregon Academy of General Dentistry - Implants for the General Dentist
May 13, 2023
This interactive course will include detailed lectures, hands-on surgical activities, implant protocol review, case presentations and live treatments.
Implant Education Company - 3 Day Live Surgical All-on-4® Course
A unique live surgical opportunity to learn the All on 4® treatment with digital workflow from expert instructors.
Each attending dentist will treat an upper and lower arch and learn the digital workflow process to immediate temporization of a 3D printed prosthesis.
Immediate implants and dynamic navigation
Immediate implant placement has gained broader application and clinical results are very predictable. This course will teach techniques for immediate management of single- and multi-rooted teeth in both maxillary and mandibular extraction sites.
Dynamic navigational surgery with X-Guide® provides a paradigm shift in predictably preplanning implant treatment for optimal outcomes. These techniques offer a faster healing interval and minimal discomfort. Cone beam CT imaging is important for evaluation of alveolar dimensions, inferior alveolar nerve proximity, sinus anatomy and pathology for appropriate case selection. Progressive skill development will be shown to manage and avoid patient complications.
This program will focus on the best clinical practices using case studies, simultaneous procedure and dynamic navigation videos,
and hands-on applications.
This course is intended for oral surgeons, periodontists, and advanced clinicians with experience in implant dentistry.
After this one-day course, the participant will
– Understand safe and predictable immediate treatment options utilizing dynamic navigation with X-Guide®.
– Be familiar with grafting procedures and materials in concert with immediate implant placement.
– Be able to apply dynamic navigation with crestal sinus elevation to facilitate immediate implant placement.
– Be able to identify defects appropriate for reconstruction with immediate implant techniques.
Implant Education Company - 3 Day Live Surgical Sinus Lift Course
The resorption of the posterior maxilla impacts the ability to place implants in most patients and will prevent patient satisfaction and an improvement in their quality of life. Implementing the sinus lift technique for your practice will allow more patients to experience dental implants and the benefits they provide.
This 3-Day Live Surgical Sinus Lift Training contains two full days of live surgical training each dentist will perform on average four lateral window sinus lifts. Attending dentists will become familiar with the instrumentation and W&H Piezo Surgical Console.