COURSES

Your professional growth never stops. And we are committed to helping you advance at every level. We offer progressive education courses and events for clinicians and dental professionals at any stage of the implantology journey, from beginner to expert. 

March 2024

Anterior Implant Dentistry and Esthetic Soft Tissue Management (203) - EDU-030224 *SOLD OUT*

Mar 01 - 02, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
JB White

Formerly known as Implant Dentistry 102. Take the next step in your implant education as this two-day course guides you through the fundamentals of implant dentistry. Participants will learn how to place implants in the esthetic zone, immediate vs. delayed placement, and immediate vs. delayed temporization to develop ideal soft tissue profile. This course provides both technical and practical information for surgical and restorative aspects that can be implemented into your practice.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Single and Multi-Unit Implant Dentistry Utilizing Analog and Digital Workflows (301) - EDU-031624 *SOLD OUT*

Mar 15 - 16, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
JB White

This two-day program will cover treatment modalities that can be utilized in both single-tooth implants and more complex interdisciplinary cases to achieve great outcomes. Several treatment adjuncts will be discussed in detail to achieve superior results, including hard and soft tissue augmentation, osseodensification, orthodontic bone formation, and partial extraction therapy. This program will also discuss abutment and restoration design to achieve long-term crestal bone stability. At the conclusion of this course, clinicians will feel more confident handling routine and more complex cases in a traditional analog and digital workflow.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Managing Implant Complications with PRF Growth Factors and Blood Draw Instruction (200) - EDU-032324

Mar 22 - 23, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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Avi Schetritt
Todd Sawisch

Implant therapy is one of the most successful treatment modalities in dentistry. This success is however not without potential complications. Implant complications can be minor and easy to correct while others can be major and lead to the loss of the implant. This course will review implant complications and discuss their etiology, prevention and treatment. This course will also review autologous growth factors (PRP, PRGF, PRF). Autologous growth factors are fast becoming routine adjuncts to surgical therapy. The benefits of autologous growth factors include accelerated wound healing, decreased morbidity and enhanced results. The course will feature didactic lecture and hands-on exercises for both autologous growth factors and treating implant complications.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

April 2024

Treatment of Terminal Dentition Using Analog/Hybrid Implant Treatment Workflows (402) - EDU-040624

Apr 05 - 06, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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Xavier Saab

This course has been designed to review in detail the prosthetic and surgical science, materials, and techniques for the placement of dental implants after full-mouth extractions. The goal is to deliver step-by-step analog and hybrid (analog/digital) workflows that will empower dentists with the necessary tools to approach full arch rehabilitation with confidence.


In this course, we will highlight the advantages of using a single platform implant and a tissue-level implant for the restoration of full arch cases.


Participants will have the opportunity to place implants in an edentulous jaw and practice a simplified technique for full arch impressions. Focusing on advanced surgical and restorative principles and protocols, this course is aimed at the clinician who wants to take the leap into full arch rehabilitation.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Full Arch Live Surgery with Digital Workflow (504) - EDU-041224LSAZ *SOLD OUT*

Apr 10 - 12, 2024
Phoenix, AZ, US
Blake Adams, DDS
Joe Mehranfar, DMD

A unique live surgical opportunity to learn the All on X 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.

Who Should Attend?

U.S. licensed dentists that want to learn the All on X dental implant treatment in a live surgical setting from expert instructors with several years of experience.  Attending dentists must have significant oral surgery and implant surgical experience. Dentists should have placed a minimum of 175 dental implants before attending this course.  Dentists should have didactic / hands-on training prior to attending course. Non-Arizona licensed dentists will need a temporary AZ dental license. This process takes 60 days from the Arizona Dental Board.

English
Phoenix, AZ

DIRECTarch Full Arch Cadaver Course (503) - EDU-041224AZ

Apr 11 - 12, 2024
Phoenix, AZ, US
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Xavier Saab

This 2-Day DIRECTarch Full Arch Cadaver Course is tailored for dentists and dental specialists eager to integrate the fixed full arch treatment into their practices. Whether you are currently placing dental implants or seeking to deepen your comprehension of the surgical process, this course is a pivotal step towards refining your treatment planning and enhancing the restorative outcomes for your patients.

Participants will gain a thorough grounding in the surgical protocol and receive a comprehensive overview of temporization and final prosthesis delivery options. This course is not just about learning the mechanics of surgery, but about understanding a transformative procedure that can offer your patients full-arch rehabilitation with immediate function.

By enrolling in this program, you will benefit from hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology and cadaveric specimens, allowing for a realistic and practical learning environment. This is an unparalleled opportunity to elevate your practice, offering a service that can dramatically improve your patients' quality of life.

 

Who Should Attend:

This is a training program designed for dental implant professionals looking to excel in their practice. The course will challenge participants, encouraging them to push the boundaries of their surgical and treatment planning skills for full-mouth dental implant treatment in a supportive and technologically advanced environment. Attending dentists should have extensive oral and implant surgical experience.

English
Phoenix, AZ

Full Arch Implant Supported Removable & Fixed Prosth. in the Digital Workflow (501) - EDU-041324

Apr 12 - 13, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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JB White

This two-day program will begin with facially diagnosing and treatment planning for tooth position relative to the face to determine incisal edge position, height to width ratio of teeth, and vertical space requirement for prosthetic material to ensure proper implant position for long-term aesthetic and functional success. This will be a comprehensive course on successfully treating edentulous and terminal dentition patients with a variety of fixed and removable options in the digital workflow.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Implant Site Development I - Socket Grafting and Ridge Augmentation (100) - EDU-042024 *SOLD OUT*

Apr 19 - 20, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
Avi Schetritt
Todd Sawisch

Developing the ideal implant site often requires bone grafting procedures. Implant surgeons today must be proficient in socket grafting as well as ridge augmentation techniques. Gain the knowledge and confidence you need to incorporate these procedures into your daily practice with predictable results. This two-day course combines lecture and hands-on lab allowing you to quickly master these procedures and integrate them into your practice.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Single Posterior Implant Diagnosis and Surgical Techniques (101) - EDU-042724FL

Apr 26 - 27, 2024
Orlando, FL, US
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Xavier Saab

Formerly known as Implant Dentistry 101.  This course is designed for the General Dentist who is interested in learning more about basic surgical principles and protocols to initiate the process of placing implants. The goal is to empower dentists with the knowledge and confidence necessary to start a simple dental implant practice. After this course, participants should be able to develop their own protocol for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical placement, and prosthetic restoration of single-tooth posterior implants. This immersive course includes both lecture and hands-on typodont training.

14
English
Orlando, FL

Digital Implant Dentistry from Planning to Implementation (202) - EDU-042724

Apr 26 - 27, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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Dr. Hans Sperling, DMD, FAGD, FICOI

This is a two-day course that covers the concepts of Digital Implant Dentistry. The course will immerse you into how to implement digital dentistry into your implant practice. We will demonstrate how to create a digital treatment plan and how to create and print a surgical guide. We will place an implant over a model using our guide and scan a final digital impression. We will also discuss abutment selection and demonstrate the digital design for our restoration.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

May 2024

Live Surgical Implant Placement "Gaining Confidence in the O.R." (104) - EDU-051824NC

May 17 - 18, 2024
Winston-Salem, NC, US
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Andrew Kelly

This course is designed for the General Dentist who is interested in learning more about basic surgical principles and protocols to initiate the process of placing implants. The goal is to empower dentists with the knowledge and confidence necessary to start a simple dental implant practice. After this course, participants should be able to develop their own protocol for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical placement, and prosthetic restoration of single-tooth posterior implants. This immersive course includes lecture, hands-on typodont training and live surgical implant placement.

14
English
Winston-Salem, NC

Implant Site Development II - Soft Tissue Grafting and Sinus Augmentation (300) - EDU-051824 *SOLD OUT*

May 17 - 18, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
Avi Schetritt
Todd Sawisch

The clinical success of an implant restoration is dependent on the soft tissue that frames it and on the bone volume surrounding it. As such soft tissue grafting and sinus grafting are essential skills for the advanced implant surgeon to master. This two day course will focus on soft tissue grafting and sinus grafting procedures. Attendee will learn these procedures in a step by step fashion through didactic lectures and hands-on with a pig specimen.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Free Hand vs Guided Implant Surgery: Advantages and Limitations of Both Techniques (302) - EDU-060124

May 31 - Jun 01, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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JB White

This comprehensive two-day course explores two approaches to dental implant surgery: free-handed placement and guided implant surgery utilizing CBCT imaging and 3D printed surgical guides. Through a combination of lectures, hands-on exercises/demos and clinical case studies, participants will gain a deep understanding of the advantages, limitations, and clinical applications of both techniques. At the completion of this program, clinicians will be equipped with the knowledge and skills to make informed decisions regarding which approach best suits the clinical scenario. 

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Full Arch Therapy Prevention and Management of Complications (401) - EDU-060124FL

May 31 - Jun 01, 2024
Orlando, FL, US
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Brian Jackson
14
English
Orlando, FL

June 2024

Managing Implant Complications with PRF Growth Factors and Blood Draw Instruction (200) - EDU-060824

Jun 07 - 08, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
Register
Avi Schetritt
Todd Sawisch

Implant therapy is one of the most successful treatment modalities in dentistry. This success is however not without potential complications. Implant complications can be minor and easy to correct while others can be major and lead to the loss of the implant. This course will review implant complications and discuss their etiology, prevention and treatment. This course will also review autologous growth factors (PRP, PRGF, PRF). Autologous growth factors are fast becoming routine adjuncts to surgical therapy. The benefits of autologous growth factors include accelerated wound healing, decreased morbidity and enhanced results. The course will feature didactic lecture and hands-on exercises for both autologous growth factors and treating implant complications.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Live Surgical Implant Placement "Gaining Confidence in the O.R." (104) - EDU-061524TX

Jun 14 - 15, 2024
Houston, TX, US
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Xavier Saab

This course is designed for the General Dentist who is interested in learning more about basic surgical principles and protocols to initiate the process of placing implants. The goal is to empower dentists with the knowledge and confidence necessary to start a simple dental implant practice. After this course, participants should be able to develop their own protocol for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical placement, and prosthetic restoration of single-tooth posterior implants. This immersive course includes lecture, hands-on typodont training and live surgical implant placement.

14
English
Houston, TX

Treatment of Full Arch Cases with a Single Platform Implant Using DIRECTarch & Locator Fixed (502) - EDU-062924

Jun 28 - 29, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
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Xavier Saab
14
English
Las Vegas, NV

July 2024

Single Posterior Implant Diagnosis and Surgical Techniques (101) - EDU-071324

Jul 12 - 13, 2024
Las Vegas, NV, US
Register
Xavier Saab

Formerly known as Implant Dentistry 101.  This course is designed for the General Dentist who is interested in learning more about basic surgical principles and protocols to initiate the process of placing implants. The goal is to empower dentists with the knowledge and confidence necessary to start a simple dental implant practice. After this course, participants should be able to develop their own protocol for the assessment, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical placement, and prosthetic restoration of single-tooth posterior implants. This immersive course includes both lecture and hands-on typodont training.

14
English
Las Vegas, NV

Anterior Implant Dentistry and Esthetic Soft Tissue Management (203)- EDU-071324FL

Jul 12 - 13, 2024
Orlando, FL, US
Register
JB White

Formerly known as Implant Dentistry 102. Take the next step in your implant education as this two-day course guides you through the fundamentals of implant dentistry. Participants will learn how to place implants in the esthetic zone, immediate vs. delayed placement, and immediate vs. delayed temporization to develop ideal soft tissue profile. This course provides both technical and practical information for surgical and restorative aspects that can be implemented into your practice.

14
English
Orlando, FL

Treatment of Full Arch Cases with a Single Platform Implant Using DIRECTarch & Locator Fixed (502) - EDU-072024FL

Jul 19 - 20, 2024
Orlando, FL, US
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Xavier Saab
14
English
Orlando, FL