$1,850.00 (USD)

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23 CE
19.5 Hours Lecture AGD Subject Codes: 
010-Basic Sciences/Anatomy/Pharmacotherapeutics 3.5 hrs, 310-Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 1 hr, 340-Anesthesia and Pain Management 1 hr, 490-Periodontics 1.5 hrs, 550-Practice Management and Human Relations 3 hrs, 610-Fixed Prosthetics 2.5 hrs, 690-Implants 5 hrs, 730-Oral Medicine/Oral Diagnosis/Oral Pathology 2 hrs
3.5 Hours Participation AGD Subject Codes: 
310-Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 0.5 hr, 490-Periodontics 1 hr, 610-Fixed Periodontics 0.25 hr, 690-Implants 1.75 hrs
PACE Certification for Implant Beginnings


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 surgical and restorative single implant reconstruction for predictable rehabilitation.
  2. Describe the 3D anatomy, biologic activity and surgical wound healing for single implant procedures.
  3. Understand treatment parameters and surgical protocols of single implant reconstruction.
  4. Perform practical hands-on workshop skills related to single implant reconstruction.
  5. Identify, assess, resolve and prevent complications associated with single implant procedures.
  6. Observe live single implant placement and simple socket graft surgeries to solidify clear procedural understanding.


  • History and rationale for single dental implant reconstruction.
  • Radiographic CBCT diagnostic, anatomy, analysis and interactive treatment planning for single implant reconstruction.
  • Medical/dental evaluation importance and Pharmacologic management for single implant reconstruction.
  • Prosthetic/ Surgical diagnosis and Treatment planning for single implant reconstruction.
  • Bone anatomy physiology, biology, classifications, density and modifications, healing and basic grafting for single implant reconstruction.
  • Prosthetic fixed/ removable classifications, components, biomechanics, cementation, impression techniques, occlusion, progressive bone loading protocols and screw vs cement retained for single implant reconstruction.
  • Atraumatic extractions and socket membrane grafting for single implant reconstruction.
  • Basic surgical principles, techniques, armamentarium, pre/post-operative management, anesthetic techniques, incision designs, tissue reflection and management, site development, implant position and placement for single implant reconstruction.
  • Indications for Stage I and Stage II surgeries for single implant reconstruction.
  • Manage implant maintenance to prevent complications with single implant reconstructions.