Dental implantology courses and education
Competency-based learning for the entire dental team
Lifelong professional growth starts with getting the training and skills you need in order to treat patients with excellence. We tailor our training offering to your experience level so that you can either get started with the fundamentals or further develop your skills into the advanced.
Get ready to learn alongside industry-leading experts from around the world. Everything is covered from diagnosis, treatment planning and execution of the surgical and prosthetic phases, to the complex and progressive protocols and management of eventual complications.
Level 1. Fundamental courses
Learn how to perform surgical and prosthetic procedures in straightforward cases, and achieve predictable esthetic and functional outcomes.
Topics include certification programs in implant dentistry, diagnostics and treatment planning, as well as conventional/two-stage surgical implant procedures.
Level 2. Advanced courses
Bring your existing fundamental experience in implant dentistry to the next level by gaining the skills to perform advanced surgical and prosthetic procedures.
Topics include hard and soft tissue management, Immediate Function, graftless solutions and rehabilitation for edentulous patients.
Level 3. Expert courses
Learn how to treat challenging situations with advanced treatment planning and complex surgical and prosthetic procedures. These courses require significant experience in placing implants.
Topics include rehabilitation concepts for edentulous patients with high maxillary resorption and complex grafting.
Dental practice development courses
We are not only committed to helping you grow your skills, we also want to help you grow your business. Further develop your team with the help of these non-clinical courses.
Topics include patient communication, marketing* and clinical photography.
Direct to patient communication or clinician advertisement may be strictly prohibited in some markets. Please ensure appropriate legal review before initiating any activity. It is the clinician’s obligation to inform themselves about any potential legal restrictions and to adhere to the laws and regulations in their jurisdiction.