Dental Implants are one of the most exciting and fastest
growing treatment options in dentistry. In fact, the Millennium
Research Group states that the US market for dental implants
is expected to reach $2 billion by the end of 2012. These
estimates are due to the overwhelming US population that is
missing one or more teeth in addition to, patients becoming
more responsive to the dental implant option and its benefits.
As a dentist, it is your responsibility to increase your level
of dental implant awareness in order to expand your practice
and better serve your patients.
Implant Dentistry Made Simple is a two day comprehensive
course that has been crafted by Dr. Andrew Kelly. This course
is ideal for the dentist who wants to integrate both the surgical
and restorative phases of dental implants into their daily
practice. Our passion and knowledge of dental implants, hands-on
laboratory exercises, and limited attendance creates the optimal
learning experience. Patient selection, treatment planning,
risk assessment, implant placement and loading, and implant
restorative options are a few of the topics discussed.
Implant Dentistry Made Simple empowers you to build
the implant practice you desire. By providing a strong foundation
of knowledge, live inter-active surgery and the hands-on exercises
you will develop the confidence to move forward. The
commitment to our participants does not end with the completion
of the course; we are dedicated to your success and development
of your implant practice. We understand that the field of
implant dentistry requires a lifetime of learning and
we will be there to guide as you expand your implant practice.
This exclusive course provides an outstanding continuing education
experience that is second to none.
At the end of this course, the participant should understand:
- The benefits of dental implants
- Patient selection and risk assessment
- Diagnosis and treatment plan
- The comprehensive clinical assessment
- Analysis of the critical anatomical structures
- Implant placement, loading, and surgical techniques
- The consequences of implant design
- The restorative options for dental implants