Generic programsfree from corporate bias, driven by the latest scientific research and studies in best practices.
Lifelong learning opportunities. Implant dentistry is a lifelong pursuit, and it is vital to have consistent and regular continuing education to improve your skills.
Abalanced educational experience. We emphasize both didactic instruction and hands-on clinical skill-building instruction. Apply what you learn.
Amultiple implant systems approach to learning, to better understand the Pros and Cons of different implant designs. No single implant system is a one-size-fits-all.
Education to teach you todevelop critical thinking skills. Far from trying to sell you something, we work to teach you how to think critically so that new information that you receive is funneled through your own internal filter.
Scaffolded learning and instruction. We put you in the driver’s seat when you’re truly ready. That means learning the principles and mechanics in lecture as well as observing a live demo before tackling a similar case yourself.
Comprehensive Education. You don’t know what you don’t know… but with patience, hard work, and dedication, we can get you to the point where a safe, effective, and profitable implant practice is within your reach.
Specialists without an appreciation for where you come fromand your priorities for patient care as a general practitioner.
Aproduct-driven educational experiencewith sales pushed upon you, or a lecture series with speakers hand-picked by industry professionals rather than educators.
Here for a quick visitand then out of town when you need further learning support following our program.
An educational experience that placestoo much emphasis on clinical skillswithout the accompanying knowledge base to inform clinical decision-making.
Aone-size-fits-all approachto education or to product usage.
A pure recipe book thatdoesn’t prepare you for surgical complicationsand complications management.
A condensed program thatcuts out essential knowledge and provides wish-fulfillmentthat you are ready to tackle big surgical cases.
The “get educated quick” scheme, because we feel that would be a disservice to you as the learner and a disservice to your patients.“You don’t know what you don’t know… and what you don’t know can get you and your patient into trouble”.