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JAN 31 - FEB 2

The Ultimate Single Tooth Implant Surgery Program

Puebla, Mexico

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


WIIC Center: WIIC Center Melchor Ocampo #37 Santiago Momoxpan San Pedro Cholula. Puebla, Mexico



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Date:

January 31, 2019 - February 2, 2019 All DAY
Price- $9999

Course Description:


This one-of-a-kind program offers implant training for those dentists who are in the beginning stages of adding oral implantology in their practice or interested in increasing their skills and receiving quality hands-on experience providing implant therapies. participants will place and/or assist in at least 20 implant placement surgeries. Read More About This Course

FEB 8 - FEB 10

Digital Planning Implants in Software: Diagnosis, Printing Surgical Guides, Utilizing Scan Bodies

Yorba Linda, California

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 22715 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, California, 92887



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Date:

February 8, 2019 - February 10, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the principles of digital implant diagnosis and treatment planning, predictable workflows, and the surgical protocols necessary is key for successful implant dental therapy outcomes. This course is designed specifically to address these concepts. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients through a suite of fully digital technology from planning in software to printing of surgical guides whether the manufacturing is in-office or sourced to a third-party manufacturer. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are highlighted as well as specific discussion on various treatment modalities such as anterior esthetic single tooth implant placement to full arch solutions. The other focus of this course is digital impression scanning of dental implants with scan bodies to design and fabricate definitive restorative solutions. Various techniques and their applications clinically will be highlighted to ensure that doctors feel comfortable providing implant therapy through fully digital workflows in their office. Current science and technology is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

FEB 8 - FEB 10

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

February 8, 2019 - February 10, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

FEB 15 - FEB 17

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Houston, Texas

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

February 15, 2019 - February 17, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

MAR 8 - MAR 10

Digital Intra-Oral Scanning Technology: Data Acquisition, Photography & Smile Design, Introduction to Printing

Houston, Texas

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

March 8, 2019 - March 10, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide intra-oral scanning in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures to make optical impressions, utilize software for restorative purposes in the digital world, and then transition from scan data to clinical dentistry through print manufacturing technology. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the concepts of digital photography and smile design through a fully digital protocol. Restorative principles of diagnosis and treatment planning will be highlighted in the context of what specifically is relevant while working in a fully digital workflow. Read More About This Course

MAR 15 - MAR 17

Digital Planning Implants in Software: Diagnosis, Printing Surgical Guides, Utilizing Scan Bodies

Mahwah, New Jersey

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 800 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430



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Date:

March 15, 2019 - March 17, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the principles of digital implant diagnosis and treatment planning, predictable workflows, and the surgical protocols necessary is key for successful implant dental therapy outcomes. This course is designed specifically to address these concepts. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients through a suite of fully digital technology from planning in software to printing of surgical guides whether the manufacturing is in-office or sourced to a third-party manufacturer. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are highlighted as well as specific discussion on various treatment modalities such as anterior esthetic single tooth implant placement to full arch solutions. The other focus of this course is digital impression scanning of dental implants with scan bodies to design and fabricate definitive restorative solutions. Various techniques and their applications clinically will be highlighted to ensure that doctors feel comfortable providing implant therapy through fully digital workflows in their office. Current science and technology is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

MAR 15 - MAR 17

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

March 15, 2019 - March 17, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

MAR 22 - MAR 24

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Yorba Linda, California

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 22715 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, California, 92887



> Learn More

Date:

March 22, 2019 - March 24, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

MAR 22 - MAR 24

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

March 22, 2019 - March 24, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

MAR 29 - MAR 31

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



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Date:

March 29, 2019 - March 31, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

APR 5 - APR 7

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Houston, Texas

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

April 5, 2019 - April 7, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

APR 5 - APR 7

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

April 5, 2019 - April 7, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

APR 12 - APR 14

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Mahwah, New Jersey

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 800 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430



> Learn More

Date:

April 12, 2019 - April 14, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

APR 12 - APR 14

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

April 12, 2019 - April 14, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

APR 26 - ARP 28

Digital Denture Therapy: Clinical Protocols & Digital Innovations

Yorba Linda, California

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 22715 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, California, 92887



> Learn More

Date:

April 26, 2019 - April 28, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to utilize innovative concepts in contemporary denture therapies. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical clinical procedures and protocols needed for the design of conventional dentures, as well as understanding how to utilize concepts such as milling and printing for the manufacturing of these restorations. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed with in depth discussion pertaining to various systems currently being used to create digital dentures, and how clinical efficiencies can be gained through the use of these newer technologies. Read More About This Course

APR 26 - APR 28

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



> Learn More

Date:

April 26, 2019 - April 28, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

MAY 3 - MAY 5

PRF Workshop & Live-Patient Implant Surgery

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

May 3, 2019 - May 5, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $3499

Course Description:


This course is the natural progression from our CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs. It consists of three days with the first primarily focused on advanced PRF protocols. The remaining two days will be focused a review of pertinent information, live-patient implant training, and group discussions both pre-surgery and post-surgery. Dentists who have taken the CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs will be able to put into practical application the knowledge that they received. Dentists can bring one patient each and incur the costs of materials used. Should a dentist like to bring an additional patient there will be an additional charge. Read More About This Course

MAY 3 - MAY 5

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

May 3, 2019 - May 5, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

MAY 17 - MAY 19

Digital Planning Implants in Software: Diagnosis, Printing Surgical Guides, Utilizing Scan Bodies

Houston, Texas

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

May 17, 2019 - May 19, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the principles of digital implant diagnosis and treatment planning, predictable workflows, and the surgical protocols necessary is key for successful implant dental therapy outcomes. This course is designed specifically to address these concepts. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients through a suite of fully digital technology from planning in software to printing of surgical guides whether the manufacturing is in-office or sourced to a third-party manufacturer. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are highlighted as well as specific discussion on various treatment modalities such as anterior esthetic single tooth implant placement to full arch solutions. The other focus of this course is digital impression scanning of dental implants with scan bodies to design and fabricate definitive restorative solutions. Various techniques and their applications clinically will be highlighted to ensure that doctors feel comfortable providing implant therapy through fully digital workflows in their office. Current science and technology is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

MAY 17 - MAY 19

Digital Full Arch Therapy: Prosthetic Diagnosis, Surgical Delivery, and Digital Definitive Restorations

Mahwah, New Jersey

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 800 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430



> Learn More

Date:

May 17, 2019 - May 19, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course will focus on the restoration of the full arch edentulous patient. Topics for discussion will include diagnosis and treatment planning of the full arch with all considerations including space, material selection, occlusion, and other factors involved.Special emphasis will be on the use of digital technologies used in diagnosis and treatment planning. This will include an introduction to various software that enables efficient decision making in all aspects of pre-operative planning from design of the proposed smile, fabrication of the provisional prosthetics, and critical surgical decisions. Special emphasis will be placed on day of surgery protocols such as chair-side direct and lab fabricated indirect techniques for provisionalization as well as restorative protocols for fabrication of the definitive prosthesis after osseointegration has occurred. Read More About This Course

MAY 24 - MAY 26

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Yorba Linda, California

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 22715 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, California, 92887



> Learn More

Date:

May 24, 2019 - May 26, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

MAY 24 - MAY 26

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



> Learn More

Date:

May 24, 2019 - May 26, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

MAY 30 - JUN 1

The Ultimate Full Arch Implant Surgery Program

Puebla, Mexico

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


WIIC Center: WIIC Center Melchor Ocampo #37 Santiago Momoxpan San Pedro Cholula. Puebla, Mexico



> Learn More

Date:

May 30, 2019 - June 1, 2019 All DAY
Price- $14000

Course Description:


This one of a kind program offers implant training for All-on-4, Trefoil, or Zygomatic full arch therapies. If you are considering adding full arch therapies in your practice, this is the program for you. Read More About This Course

MAY 31 - JUN 2

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Halifax, Nova Scotia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

May 31, 2019 - June 2, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

JUN 7 - JUN 9

Digital Full Arch Therapy: Prosthetic Diagnosis, Surgical Delivery, and Digital Definitive Restorations

Yorba Linda, California

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 22715 Savi Ranch Pkwy, Yorba Linda, California, 92887



> Learn More

Date:

June 7, 2019 - June 9, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course will focus on the restoration of the full arch edentulous patient. Topics for discussion will include diagnosis and treatment planning of the full arch with all considerations including space, material selection, occlusion, and other factors involved.Special emphasis will be on the use of digital technologies used in diagnosis and treatment planning. This will include an introduction to various software that enables efficient decision making in all aspects of pre-operative planning from design of the proposed smile, fabrication of the provisional prosthetics, and critical surgical decisions. Special emphasis will be placed on day of surgery protocols such as chair-side direct and lab fabricated indirect techniques for provisionalization as well as restorative protocols for fabrication of the definitive prosthesis after osseointegration has occurred. Read More About This Course

JUN 7 - JUN 9

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

June 7, 2019 - June 9, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

JUL 12 - JUL 14

Digital Denture Therapy: Clinical Protocols & Digital Innovations

Houston, Texas

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

July 12, 2019 - July 14, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to utilize innovative concepts in contemporary denture therapies. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical clinical procedures and protocols needed for the design of conventional dentures, as well as understanding how to utilize concepts such as milling and printing for the manufacturing of these restorations. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed with in depth discussion pertaining to various systems currently being used to create digital dentures, and how clinical efficiencies can be gained through the use of these newer technologies. Read More About This Course

JUL 12 - JUL 14

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Mahwah, New Jersey

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Institute: 800 Corporate Drive, Mahwah, NJ 07430



> Learn More

Date:

July 12, 2019 - July 14, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

JUL 19 - JUL 20

Restorative Solutions from Anterior to Posterior Teeth in the Digital Era

New York

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

July 19, 2019 - July 20, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $TBD

Course Description:


Coming Soon! Read More About This Course

JUL 19 - JUL 21

PRF Workshop & Live-Patient Implant Surgery

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



> Learn More

Date:

July 19, 2019 - July 21, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $3499

Course Description:


This course is the natural progression from our CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs. It consists of three days with the first primarily focused on advanced PRF protocols. The remaining two days will be focused a review of pertinent information, live-patient implant training, and group discussions both pre-surgery and post-surgery. Dentists who have taken the CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs will be able to put into practical application the knowledge that they received. Dentists can bring one patient each and incur the costs of materials used. Should a dentist like to bring an additional patient there will be an additional charge. Read More About This Course

AUG 9 - AUG 11

Digital Intra-Oral Scanning Technology: Data Acquisition, Photography & Smile Design, Introduction to Printing

Vancouver, British Columbia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


BC ProSpace: 777 West Broadway, Unit 500, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 4J7



> Learn More

Date:

August 9, 2019 - August 11, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide intra-oral scanning in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures to make optical impressions, utilize software for restorative purposes in the digital world, and then transition from scan data to clinical dentistry through print manufacturing technology. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the concepts of digital photography and smile design through a fully digital protocol. Restorative principles of diagnosis and treatment planning will be highlighted in the context of what specifically is relevant while working in a fully digital workflow. Read More About This Course

AUG 23 - AUG 25

Digital Intra-Oral Scanning Technology: Data Acquisition, Photography & Smile Design, Introduction to Printing

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



> Learn More

Date:

August 23, 2019 - August 25, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide intra-oral scanning in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures to make optical impressions, utilize software for restorative purposes in the digital world, and then transition from scan data to clinical dentistry through print manufacturing technology. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the concepts of digital photography and smile design through a fully digital protocol. Restorative principles of diagnosis and treatment planning will be highlighted in the context of what specifically is relevant while working in a fully digital workflow. Read More About This Course

SEP 6 - SEP 8

Digital Denture Therapy: Clinical Protocols & Digital Innovations

Chicago, Illinois

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



> Learn More

Date:

September 6, 2019 - September 8, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to utilize innovative concepts in contemporary denture therapies. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical clinical procedures and protocols needed for the design of conventional dentures, as well as understanding how to utilize concepts such as milling and printing for the manufacturing of these restorations. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed with in depth discussion pertaining to various systems currently being used to create digital dentures, and how clinical efficiencies can be gained through the use of these newer technologies. Read More About This Course

SEP 6 - SEP 8

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Vancouver, British Columbia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


BC ProSpace: 777 West Broadway, Unit 500, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 4J7



> Learn More

Date:

September 6, 2019 - September 8, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

SEP 13 - SEP 15

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Atlanta, Georgia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

September 13, 2019 - September 15, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

SEP 13 - SEP 15

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



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Date:

September 13, 2019 - September 15, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

SEP 20 - SEP 22

Implant Treatment Planning & Restorations

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

September 20, 2019 - September 22, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the science of Oral Implantology, the predictable procedures, and the potential to serve your patients is key for the whole office team. This course is the initial course in the CORE Mini-Residency. It is also a standalone program for those doctors and dental teams wishing to understand the principles of implant dentistry without having to go through the advanced clinical training. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are the main focuses of the course in order to allow doctors to feel comfortable providing implant therapy in their office. Current science and research is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

SEP 26 - SEP 28

The Ultimate Single Tooth Implant Surgery Program

Puebla, Mexico

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


WIIC Center: WIIC Center Melchor Ocampo #37 Santiago Momoxpan San Pedro Cholula. Puebla, Mexico



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Date:

September 26, 2019 - September 28, 2019 All DAY
Price- $9999

Course Description:


This one-of-a-kind program offers implant training for those dentists who are in the beginning stages of adding oral implantology in their practice or interested in increasing their skills and receiving quality hands-on experience providing implant therapies. participants will place and/or assist in at least 20 implant placement surgeries. Read More About This Course

OCT 4 - OCT 6

Digital Planning Implants in Software: Diagnosis, Printing Surgical Guides, Utilizing Scan Bodies

Chicago, Illinois

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

October 4, 2019 - October 6, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the principles of digital implant diagnosis and treatment planning, predictable workflows, and the surgical protocols necessary is key for successful implant dental therapy outcomes. This course is designed specifically to address these concepts. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients through a suite of fully digital technology from planning in software to printing of surgical guides whether the manufacturing is in-office or sourced to a third-party manufacturer. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are highlighted as well as specific discussion on various treatment modalities such as anterior esthetic single tooth implant placement to full arch solutions. The other focus of this course is digital impression scanning of dental implants with scan bodies to design and fabricate definitive restorative solutions. Various techniques and their applications clinically will be highlighted to ensure that doctors feel comfortable providing implant therapy through fully digital workflows in their office. Current science and technology is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

OCT 4 - OCT 6

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Vancouver, British Columbia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


BC ProSpace: 777 West Broadway, Unit 500, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 4J7



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Date:

October 4, 2019 - October 6, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

OCT 18 - OCT 20

Digital Full Arch Therapy: Prosthetic Diagnosis, Surgical Delivery, and Digital Definitive Restorations

Atlanta, Georgia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

October 18, 2019 - October 20, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course will focus on the restoration of the full arch edentulous patient. Topics for discussion will include diagnosis and treatment planning of the full arch with all considerations including space, material selection, occlusion, and other factors involved.Special emphasis will be on the use of digital technologies used in diagnosis and treatment planning. This will include an introduction to various software that enables efficient decision making in all aspects of pre-operative planning from design of the proposed smile, fabrication of the provisional prosthetics, and critical surgical decisions. Special emphasis will be placed on day of surgery protocols such as chair-side direct and lab fabricated indirect techniques for provisionalization as well as restorative protocols for fabrication of the definitive prosthesis after osseointegration has occurred. Read More About This Course

OCT 18 - OCT 20

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

October 18, 2019 - October 20, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

OCT 25 - OCT 27

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



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Date:

October 25, 2019 - October 27, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

NOV 8 - NOV 10

Digital Full Arch Therapy: Prosthetic Diagnosis, Surgical Delivery, and Digital Definitive Restorations

Chicago, Illinois

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

November 8, 2019 - November 10, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course will focus on the restoration of the full arch edentulous patient. Topics for discussion will include diagnosis and treatment planning of the full arch with all considerations including space, material selection, occlusion, and other factors involved.Special emphasis will be on the use of digital technologies used in diagnosis and treatment planning. This will include an introduction to various software that enables efficient decision making in all aspects of pre-operative planning from design of the proposed smile, fabrication of the provisional prosthetics, and critical surgical decisions. Special emphasis will be placed on day of surgery protocols such as chair-side direct and lab fabricated indirect techniques for provisionalization as well as restorative protocols for fabrication of the definitive prosthesis after osseointegration has occurred. Read More About This Course

NOV 8 - NOV 10

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Vancouver, British Columbia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


BC ProSpace: 777 West Broadway, Unit 500, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 4J7



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Date:

November 8, 2019 - November 10, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

NOV 15 - NOV 17

Implant Surgery & Restoratively Driven Treatment

Atlanta, Georgia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

November 15, 2019 - November 17, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide surgical implant therapy in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for incisions, flap management, closures, and controlling the surgical environment. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the placement of root form implants which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Adherence to surgical sterility and asepsis protocols will be taught to attending doctors. Read More About This Course

NOV 15 - NOV 17

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



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Date:

November 15, 2019 - November 17, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

NOV 29 - DEC 1

Atraumatic Extractions & Bone Grafting

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

November 20, 2019 - December 1, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to properly extract teeth atraumatically, and then provide general bone grafting procedures. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures for preserving bone during extractions, as well as understanding how to treat each specific socket with various bone grafting techniques. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient with general ridge augmentation bone grafting as well as socket bone grafting which will allow the participants to treat the majority of simple cases without additional training. Discussions of various grafting materials will be emphasized. Read More About This Course

DEC 6 - DEC 8

Digital Intra-Oral Scanning Technology: Data Acquisition, Photography & Smile Design, Introduction to Printing

Chicago, Illinois

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

December 6, 2019 - December 8, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to provide intra-oral scanning in their office. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical procedures to make optical impressions, utilize software for restorative purposes in the digital world, and then transition from scan data to clinical dentistry through print manufacturing technology. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed. The other main focus of the course is for doctors to become knowledgeable and proficient in the concepts of digital photography and smile design through a fully digital protocol. Restorative principles of diagnosis and treatment planning will be highlighted in the context of what specifically is relevant while working in a fully digital workflow. Read More About This Course

DEC 6 - DEC 8

PRF Workshop & Live-Patient Implant Surgery

Vancouver, British Columbia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


BC ProSpace: 777 West Broadway, Unit 500, Vancouver, British Columbia, V5Z 4J7



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Date:

December 6, 2019 - December 8, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $3499

Course Description:


This course is the natural progression from our CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs. It consists of three days with the first primarily focused on advanced PRF protocols. The remaining two days will be focused a review of pertinent information, live-patient implant training, and group discussions both pre-surgery and post-surgery. Dentists who have taken the CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs will be able to put into practical application the knowledge that they received. Dentists can bring one patient each and incur the costs of materials used. Should a dentist like to bring an additional patient there will be an additional charge. Read More About This Course

DEC 13 - DEC 15

Digital Denture Therapy: Clinical Protocols & Digital Innovations

Atlanta, Georgia

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

December 13, 2019 - December 15, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to utilize innovative concepts in contemporary denture therapies. Emphasis is placed on comprehensive knowledge of both the scientific theory and practical clinical procedures and protocols needed for the design of conventional dentures, as well as understanding how to utilize concepts such as milling and printing for the manufacturing of these restorations. Equipment, materials and techniques used for these purposes will be discussed with in depth discussion pertaining to various systems currently being used to create digital dentures, and how clinical efficiencies can be gained through the use of these newer technologies. Read More About This Course

DEC 13 - DEC 15

Digital Planning Implants in Software: Diagnosis, Printing Surgical Guides, Utilizing Scan Bodies

Toronto, Ontario

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


Nobel Biocare Training Centre: 9133 Leslie St., Unit 100, Richmond Hill, Ontario, L4B 4N1



> Learn More

Date:

December 13, 2019 - December 16, 2019 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $2750

Course Description:


Understanding the principles of digital implant diagnosis and treatment planning, predictable workflows, and the surgical protocols necessary is key for successful implant dental therapy outcomes. This course is designed specifically to address these concepts. This course provides doctors with the foundation to provide routine implant therapy for their patients through a suite of fully digital technology from planning in software to printing of surgical guides whether the manufacturing is in-office or sourced to a third-party manufacturer. Treatment planning, implant selection and restorative principles are highlighted as well as specific discussion on various treatment modalities such as anterior esthetic single tooth implant placement to full arch solutions. The other focus of this course is digital impression scanning of dental implants with scan bodies to design and fabricate definitive restorative solutions. Various techniques and their applications clinically will be highlighted to ensure that doctors feel comfortable providing implant therapy through fully digital workflows in their office. Current science and technology is used to build a foundation by which doctors will make clinical choices in both surgery and prosthetic phases of treatment. Read More About This Course

JAN 10 - JAN 12

PRF Workshop & Live-Patient Implant Surgery

Montreal, Quebec

Instructor:


TBD

Location:


TBD



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Date:

January 1-, 2020 - January 13, 2020 8:00 am - 5:00 pm
Price- $3499

Course Description:


This course is the natural progression from our CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs. It consists of three days with the first primarily focused on advanced PRF protocols. The remaining two days will be focused a review of pertinent information, live-patient implant training, and group discussions both pre-surgery and post-surgery. Dentists who have taken the CORE 1, 2 and 3 programs will be able to put into practical application the knowledge that they received. Dentists can bring one patient each and incur the costs of materials used. Should a dentist like to bring an additional patient there will be an additional charge. Read More About This Course

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