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Dental Continuing Education

The Dental Implant Continuum™ is your fast track to the exciting world of implant dentistry. Organized by Dr. Arun K. Garg, a renowned dental surgeon and educator, the 88-hour continuing education AGD-accredited program gives dentist the tools they need and the confidence they require to begin placing dental implants and radically improving their practice revenue. From the biology of osseointegration and a review of graft materials, to suturing and soft tissue management, the Continuum program brings new meaning to the notion of comprehensive continuing education.

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First Day

  • Historical Development of and Current Scientific Basis of Dental Implants and Osseointegration
  • Patient Evaluation for Dental Implant
  • Step by Step Treatment Planning patients for Dental Implants
  • Second Day

    • Review of Graft Materials and When to Use What and Why
    • Review of Membranes and When to Use What and Why
    • Step by Step Socket Preservation Techniques and how to recover your Entire Investment in this Program within 3 months just with Socket Preservations

First Day

  • Step by Step Implant Placement Techniques including Drill Speeds
  • Irrigations solutions to use
  • Anesthetics to use and where

Second Day

  • Cadaver workshop performing Implant Surgery by each participant on Fresh Frozen Human Cadaver Specimens

First Day

  • Soft Tissue Management for Implants and Natural Teeth
  • Stage 2 Surgery Techniques
  • Suturing Techniques
  • Pig Jaw Workshop with each participant performing these procedures on Fresh Frozen Pig Mandibles

Second Day

  • Step by Step Implant Prosthetics
  • Impression Techniques
  • The Different Implant Abutments and When to Use What and Why
  • Step by Step Implant Removable Prosthetics Techniques

First Day

  • Getting Patients to Accept Treatment
  • Who to Treat and Who not to and Why
  • Getting More Patients into the Office for Dental Implants

Second Day

  • Implant Complications and how to Minimize or Eliminate them
  • What to do to Manage Complications Effectively