Choosing the Right Course

Whether you are a beginner or a highly skilled professional, we have courses to fulfill your educational needs.

Level I – Dental Implants Made Simple: Beginners Course
This course is for doctors that have never placed an implant, restoring dentists, and for those who’ve placed very few implants. This course covers the fundamental principles of implant dentistry. It outlines different implant designs, thread type, and where each of these designs can be used. Surgical hands-on goes over diagnosis and treatment planning aspects as well as surgical principles including flap management, ridge analysis, and guided surgery. This course is designed for beginners who wish to start placing implants in their practices. This course is also recommended for doctors that have taken product-related courses from implant manufacturers.

Level II – Immediate Placement Tissue & Bone Grafting Course: Advanced Course
This course is for doctors that have completed several cases and have a good grasp on the principles of oral implantology. This course teaches different techniques, modalities, and instrumentation to treat more complex as well as failing/failed cases with a diverse approach to achieve predictable results. ​This course is a potpourri of most common procedures/techniques utilized in implant dentistry. It is recommended for doctors that have a fair amount of completed cases with a few complications that were unresolved or hit a roadblock in the way of completing the case. Recommended after Level I (only if you have already started a few cases), Level III and Level IV.

Level III – 5-Day Live Patient Surgery Course: From Novice to Specialist
This is a live patient surgery course that is recommended especially after taking Level I for beginners. This course is for anyone wanting to improve their surgical skills, knowledge, and/or for mastering surgical techniques in real-life scenarios. A wide variety of cases are performed during this course and doctors are able to choose the difficulty level they want to learn. Simple to very complex cases can be treated during this course. ​This course is a potpourri of most common procedures/techniques utilized in implant dentistry. This course is recommended for doctors that are just starting out or have been selective in their cases due to a lack of confidence and skill. This course will improve the skill level in all aspects of surgical implantology including but not limited to immediate placement, routine GBR, tissue grafting, crestal sinus approach, “Caldwell luc” approach, ridge expansion/splits, etc. Although there is a wide variety of procedures that are taught during these courses, it is important to pick a few procedures important to your practice and focus on learning them first. Since it is an unrealistic goal to expect to learn all the procedures in 5 days, we recommend taking baby steps. Traditionally, we recommend mastering the basic, routine surgical cases during the first course and once you have practiced those in your practice, then you may return to another course to learn a new set of skills.

Level IV – Implant Prosthodontics Course: Advanced Course
This is for doctors that wish to learn prosthetic protocols and have already attended a Level I and/or Level II course with us. If you have not taken any courses with us, then please look over the course description on our website for Level I, II, & III to self-evaluate and determine if you can take the Level IV – GBR course.

Level V – Guided Bone Regeneration & Platelet Rich Fibrin Course
This course is open to all health care providers. Whether you are a novice, beginner, advanced, expert, or work as a health care provider, you can attend this course. This course is suitable for dentists, surgeons, plastic surgeons, medical doctors, chiropractors, nurses, and allied medical and dental staff.

Level VI – Bio-Materials & Principles of Site Development Course: Hands-On
This course is open to advanced clinicians. Whether you are a specialist or an advanced clinician, this is the best course to understand the biological and physical properties of biomaterial. This course will also outline which biomaterial and technique will work best in a given clinical situation.