(303) Intro to Implant Surgery & Prosthetics Course, 11829 RANSUM DRIVE, Louisville, KY 40243
Have you been bouncing back and forth about whether to start your journey in implantology? Then this course is for you.
With an exciting and engaging curriculum designed by some of the world’s most successful clinicians, we jam-pack two days covering the fundamentals of implant dentistry and how to take the beginning steps on implementing it in your practice.
From understanding how to treatment plan easy, moderate, or advanced cases to learning the inside secrets of anatomy and soft tissue management, the Midwest Implant Institute  Intro to Implant and Prosthetics Course guides doctors step-by-step through the research systems, analysis, and best practices connected to surgical implantology.
The Introduction to Implant Surgery and Prosthetics Course  covers a broad simplification of Course Topics, Course Objectives, and Hands-on Participation. Below are a few of the Topics:
Diagnosis & Treatment Planning
Surgical Techniques to Minimize Unfavorable Results
Prosthetic Components – simplfication
Dental Implant related Anatomy
Bone Spreading Techniques
Bone Grafting Procedures
Bone Manipulation Techniques
Immediate Extraction with Implant Placement
Role of Dental Assistant
Sterile Technique – Full Drape and Half Drape
Pre and Post-op Pain Management
Incorporation of Implants into General Dentistry
Team Training for Dental Implants
The MII Externship Program Requirements
Within this  The Intro to Implant Surgery and Prosthetics Course there are many objectives, some are listed below:
Learn how to implement implant dentistry in your practice, including surgical and prosthetic components
Develop skills to effectively diagnosis, treatment plan and schedule implant procedures in your practice
Recognize tissue management as it relates to dental implant surgical procedures
Distinguish between bone grafting materials as related to dental implants
Comprehend the role of implant dentistry in the future dental practice
Dr. Robert Heller
Dr. Thomas Bilski
Dr. Eric Nunnally
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2 days CE CREDITS: 15 (lecture CE: 12 Hands-on CE: 3)