This 6-day intensive live surgery course focuses on the core practices and techniques to boost your confidence and skills in various levels of surgical complexity. You will be expected to learn crucial elements such as the evaluation of clinical cases, treatment planning and specific surgical techniques on guided bone regeneration, ridge augmentation, sinus augmentation, and soft tissue management. This program allows participants to maximize their didactic knowledge by putting it into clinical practice almost immediately. Limited enrollment allows the participants to interact and ask questions.
- Participants will perform live surgeries on patients in a group of two doctors while being coached by an instructor
- Participants will have the chance to complete up to 4 surgeries (and assist 4 cases)
within the course
- Participants are responsible for bringing their own patient cases to the program. The doctor may charge and collect an appropriate fee from the patient, independently from the program (reducing your overall tuition costs).
- Participants will be provided up to four (4) fixtures (including full-arch cases) for each surgery case and able to purchase additional fixtures from your sales representatives
- Limited attendance: Attendance is limited to a maximum of 8 participants and will be selected in the order of first-come registrations.
- A current malpractice policy and an active unrestricted California dental license is required for attendees to be able to participate in surgical procedures.
WHY CHOOSE THIS PROGRAM
- A unique one-on-one dental implant surgical training program, customized to your educational needs and skill level in the field of implant dentistry
- The program is taught by a team of top-notch qualified GDIA faculty
- Followed by 6 sessions of lecture and live patient surgery, participants will place implants on their own patients
- Participants will be eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion of 50 CEUs accredited by AGD PACE and AGD CERP
- GDIA and Dentis USA will provide the facility, instructions, dental implants, and blood derivatives (CGF, PRF) for each case. The doctor-in-charge will be responsible for other materials associated with the case (such as regenerative materials).
- Orientation | Apr 2 (Friday, evening 7:00 - 9:00 pm via Zoom meeting)
- Session 1: April 17, 2021 (Sat)
- Session 2: April 18, 2021 (Sun)
- Session 3: May 22, 2021 (Sat)
- Session 4: May 23, 2021 (Sun)
- Session 5: June 12, 2021 (Sat)
- Session 6: June 13, 2021 (Sun)
Call (323) 617-4141 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.