Mastering Implants: Getting Started Right with Implant Surgery
A RARE two-day lecture, live patient demo and hands-on experience!
Joan Pi-Anfruns, DMD
Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS, FAGD, FACD, ABOD
You want to learn how to place implants but have not received the in-depth training required to start your first case. This is NOT a quick and easy weekend course but the first in a series of implant courses to provide you with the foundation to get started right. This is the Level I course for a Level II Mini-Residency, 24-day (12 weekends over 2 years) curriculum that will take you through implant surgery from the most simple and predictable cases to the more advanced cases. This course is aimed at providing the general dentist with the basic didactic and hands-on training to successfully incorporate dental implant procedures in their practice. This course will cover all aspects of basic implant surgery, including diagnosis and treatment planning, preparing your office for implant patients and the surgical skillset to successfully perform your own procedures with confidence.
Join Dr. Joan Pi and Dr. Richard Stevenson in this initial 2-day course which will focus on guiding you towards implant excellence!
- Introduction to Osseointegration: The implant Patient
- Preparing your office for Implants: Documentation and legal aspects
- Anatomy and Radiology for Implant Dentistry
- Where it all begins: Extraction and socket augmentation
- Mastering the Single Implant
- Pre- and Post-Op Instructions for Patients
- Plan for Success: Key aspects for treatment planning your cases
- Treatment Considerations for Complex Cases
- Hands-on Clinical Simulations: The A to Z protocol
- TWO Live Patient Demos:
- Extraction and Augmentation
- Implant Placement
- Be able to recognize which patients are ideal for your first cases
- How to design the implant from the final restoration
- Understand the important medical, dental, and legal considerations
- Learn how to use the implant surgical kit
- Gain the confidence and knowledge necessary for your first case
Course limited to 20 participants