Sessions 2/3 take place over 3 days and involve didactic and hands-on exercises.
After completing the 20 one-hour modules in Session 1: Online, you are ready to begin the in-person portion of Implant Pathway, Sessions 2/3: Single Implants, Ridge Preservation, Grafting, Implant Restoration, and Guided Surgery Success.
Learn how to place dental implants into abundant bone reliably, predictably and efficiently. This course is packed with hands-on exercises designed to prepare you for implant placement, flap design and suturing.
Sessions 2/3 include placing implants in pig jaws, which remains one of our most popular features as it simulates real-world implant placement and prepares you for live surgery. These critical sessions are held in cities across the USA six times each year to accommodate your busy schedule.
Session 4 is comprised of two days of back-to-back live surgeries — all performed on patients who receive donated dental care and many of whom are Veterans and victims of abuse. Put your dental implant education to the test by helping the very people that need it the most. Perform live implant placement and restorations at the non-profit dental center, New Horizon Institute, in Tempe, Arizona.
Complete all four sessions of Implant Pathway in a one week intensive.
Time, money and fear are the three main obstacles to patients entering your practice and seeking care. Oral conscious sedation can eliminate one of those barriers easily.
In this 3 day, hands on live patient course we will dive into the world of all digital, model free hybrids.
This course is offered to dentists who are comfortable with placing dental implants, extracting teeth and need to add grafting to their services.
Uncorking the complexities that arise in everyday practice. Join Justin Moody, Bart Silverman, and Steven Vorholt as they take you on a tour of their successes, and failures in implant dentistry.
This fast track course combines the Anterior Implant Placement and Design, Soft Tissue Grafting, and GBR courses all in one week.
Learn key concepts necessary for Same Day Smile design and delivery.
The goal of this continuum is to give dentists the ability to confidently diagnose, treatment plan, perform the all-on-x surgery with immediate conversion and perform all necessary prosthetic steps to deliver the final prosthetic.
Get comfortable restoring single and multiple implants using CEREC Workflow.
Teeth don’t need to be “muscled” out – let us show you how! We will use surgical piezo technology to assist in the extractions & L-PRF, aka “Sticky Bone”, for the grafting.
Learn how to place guided implants in an abundant bone site. Learn how to fabricate a guide in house, or how to get a lab fabricated guide. Learn when to use a cover screw versus healing abutment and which healing abutment to use.
This course will take Acteon users through a in-depth tour of the AIS3D software capabilities and best practices. Join Dr. Steven Vorholt as he details his approach to reading conebeam CBCTs efficiently for dental implant treatment planning.
The Oregon Implant Continuum is Sessions 2/3 taking place over 3 days in Eugene, Oregon. It will involve didactic and hands-on exercises and will fulfill the Oregon Dental Board requirements for implant placement. .