$1,799.00 (USD)

23 CE

21.5 Hours Lecture AGD Subject Code: 690

1.5 Hours Participation AGD Subject Code: 690

PACE Certification for Implant Beginnings

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Our Course Objectives

At the completion of this course, participants will be able to…

  1. Apply Implanting Mentors presentation of evidenced- based research and knowledge of advanced bone graft reconstruction for predictable rehabilitation.
  2. Describe the 3D anatomy, biologic activity and surgical wound healing for advanced bone graft procedures.
  3. Identify treatment parameters and surgical protocols of advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  4. Perform practical hands-on workshop skills related to advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  5. Identify, assess, resolve and prevent complications associated with advanced bone graft procedures.
  6. Observe live advanced bone graft surgery to solidify clear procedural understanding.


  • History and rationale for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Radiographic CBCT 3D diagnostic, anatomy, analysis, evaluation (including Paranasal sinuses) and interactive treatment planning for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Medical/dental evaluation importance and Pharmacologic management for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Prosthetic/ Surgical diagnosis and Treatment planning (osseous defects) for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Bone anatomy physiology, biology, classifications, density, healing modalities for alveolar reconstruction.
  • Advanced surgical principles, techniques, armamentarium, pre/post-operative management, anesthetic techniques, incision designs, tissue reflection/ stretching and management, site development for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Graft augmentation material comparisons, indications and limitations (autografts, allografts, xenografts and alloplasts).
  • Resorbable/ Nonresorbable barrier membranes comparison and proper use for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • The role of growth factor technology (L-PRF, PRP, rhPDGF and rhBMP-2) in conjunction with advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Still the “Gold standard?” Block bone grafting harvest from mandibular Ramus, mandibular Symphysis and alveolar bone spreading (ridge splitting) using Piezo and Rotary techniques.
  • Sinus bone grafting strategies for the atrophied posterior maxillary sinus, lateral wall graft protocol and alveolar ridge crestal approach (aka sinus bump) graft protocol.
  • Prosthetic (fixed or edentulous) progressive bone loading protocols for advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Atraumatic extractions and socket membrane grafting for prevention of advanced bone graft reconstruction.
  • Management of advanced bone graft post-operative complications.