Implant Pathway dental implant courses are designed to get you comfortable with the material and the process, so you can confidently place implants on your own. Complete Session One online at your own pace. Build on that foundational knowledge in Sessions Two and Three with in-person lectures and hands-on dental implant training. Then perform live surgery until you feel confident in your skills during Session Four. Fast Track covers all material from Sessions One through Four in a single week.
Your Implant Pathway journey begins with 20 1-hour long modules. These modules are available on-demand and completed at your own pace. Every attendee must complete all 20 modules of dental implant continued education that covers learning implant history, rationale, treatment and much more. This is the must-know content that Dr. Moody didn't want you to have to travel for which is why we created these online modules. Completion of the modules sets you up for success in the hands-on training in Sessions 2/3.
Please Note: Your account will be activated within 24-48 hours after successful payment.
Our CE Coordinator, Jeannie Chapman, processes CE certificates for Online Modules at the end of each month. If you complete your modules at the first of the month, you will not receive your CE certificate until the end of the month. If you have any questions or concerns, you can reach out to Jeannie directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Get ready to put what you have learned to the test! Sessions 2/3 focus on hands-on exercises mixed with didactic. Sessions 2/3 focus on extractions and grafting, single implants, ridge preservation, flap design, drilling protocol, CBCT radiology review, immediate implants, post-op and uncovery, full arch treatment, fixed vs overdentures and guided surgery.
Sessions 2/3 take place in 6 different cities throughout the year. It's the exact same lecture in each city so it's up to you which city you would like to join us in!
Session 4 consists of two days of live surgery in Tempe, AZ which is performed at New Horizon Institute, a 501(c) non-profit organization.
Put your dental implant education to the test by performing live implant placement on deserving patients who could not otherwise afford the care they need. Live surgery consists of extraction and grafting, single and multi implant placement and/or full arch treatment — all depending on the treatment plan.
You are more than welcome to bring your OWN patient with you to the implant course for general dentists. Let Austin Schmitt know you will be bringing a patient, and he can send you the necessary instructions as our Surgical Director, Dr. Steven Vorholt will need to review the CBCT.
All Session 4s are held in Tempe, AZ.
Our Fast Track dental implant ce course covers all the same material from Sessions 2-4 in just one week. Jump on the fast track to placing implants by getting all the same training brought to you in one week.
Presented by: Dr. Moody & Dr. Vorholt
Complete all four sessions of Implant Pathway in one week in Tempe, AZ.
Presented by: Dr. Wade Pilling, Dr. Lewis Cummings, and Dr. Josh Nagao
This fast track course combines the Anterior Implant Placement and Design, Soft Tissue Grafting, and GBR courses all in one week.
With over 20 courses, 15+ seasoned mentors, and new Pathways being added to our curriculum, you can explore new ways to enhance your offerings and gain the confidence to treat patients with the high quality care they deserve.View our course calendar
Dr. Rajan Sheth and Dr. Chris Barrett lead our live surgical course dedicated to learning all on X cases.
Please Note: When signing up, you need to commit to all of the dates for each session.
Join Justin Moody, Bart Silverman, and Steven Vorholt as they take you on a tour of their successes, and failures in implant dentistry.
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.
1. To learn how to extract teeth atraumatically using hand instruments and a surgical piezo.
2. To learn the benefits and how to use L-PRF in clinic situations from drawing blood to making sticky bone.
3. To learn which suture techniques are best for grafted and non-grafted sites to prepare tissue for future implants
Presented by: Drs. Michelle Caldwell and Mona Patel
1. To learn how to place guided implants in an abundant bone site.
2. To learn how to fabricate a guide in house, or how to get a lab fabricated guide.
3. To learn when to use a cover screw versus healing abutment and which healing abutment to use.
Presented by: Dr. Moody and Dr. Vorholt
This course is offered to dentists who are comfortable with placing dental implants, extracting teeth and need to add grafting to their services. In this three day course, you will have didactic hands-on exercises and live patient training. We focus on the lateral sinus approach and you will do your own lateral sinus augmentations on live patients.
Mount Laurel, NJ
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. This course will cover anatomical review in CBCT, IAN and custom vessel mapping, implant treatment planning, intra-oral STL import, implant surgical guide design and 3d Printing with Sprintray 3D Printers. There will also be an opportunity to test Acteon's surgical piezo unit The Cube during the class.
Presented by: Dr. Moody and Dr. Vorholt
The Oregon 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.