- April 18, 2015
8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Introduction to Dental Implants
“The New Standard of Care for the General Practitioner”
More and more patients are choosing dental implants as the best long term solution for esthetics and function when replacing their missing teeth. The rapid growth in dental implant procedures in recent years provides significant opportunities for those involved with dental implant procedures. This course provides a thorough introduction for the dentist who wishes to evaluate, educate, and introduce dental implant surgery and restoration into their expanded services dental practice.
To gain a broad understanding of the scope of academic, clinical, surgical, and business skills required to integrate dental implant placement into a dental practice and motivate the participants to do so.
This course is designed for the student-doctor and TEAM who wants to introduce themselves to both the surgical and restorative phases of dental implants. Patient selection, site selection, treatment planning, critical anatomic structures, and surgical placement protocols for implant systems are presented and discussed. Doctor participation includes dry technique typodont implant placement, and suturing techniques.
No prior experience with implants is required.
8 hours participation Implants (code 690) given upon completion of course
8 additional hours given upon completion of home project
*This course is being hosted by the Maryland Academy of General Dentistry as part of a 3 day Mastership Track Program course offering at The Conference Center at the Maritime Institute in Linthicum Heights, MD.
For more information and to register, please visit www.maryland-agd.org or call 410-602-2350
AGD Contact Whitney Ruff