IAPA Special: Get a FREE Instrument Kit with purchase of 10 implants

RESOURCES
Cart 0

Implant Success Today Implant Continuum

The Implant Success Today continuum is a 3-course, lecture-based and hands-on program. Each of the three courses are held in La Crosse, WI.  The continuum is followed by the option to attend a one-week course in the Dominican Republic, where doctors perform implant surgeries on actual patients with over-the-shoulder guidance. 

The founder of Implant Logistics, Dr. Leo Malin, is the lead instructor and personally helps the doctors learn the implant process from beginning to end. Dr. Malin has taught implant surgical and full-mouth reconstruction courses since 2004.

He knows the complications that can occur and how to successfully handle surgical and restorative complications. Additional instructors are chosen by Dr. Malin for their high level of knowledge and ability to relate with their students and instruct efficiently. As Implant Logistics is also a manufacturer of implant systems, course participants will get the benefit of our in-depth understanding of implants and restoration.

The course content will include everything necessary from the start of the implant process to the finished restoration, including:

  • treatment planning
  • implant restoration
  • implant crowns
  • bridges and implant dentures
  • surgical protocols
  • implant therapy best practices and more

2021 Implant Success Today Implant Continuum

Course 1: Introduction to Implant Dentistry

Synopsis

February 5 – 6, 2021

Objectives:

  • Basic armamentarium, including room set-up, equipment needs, supplies needed to place and restore implants
  • Patient assessment and basic treatment planning, including site evaluation
  • Extractions, basic grafting, products, and techniques required for implant success
  • Introduction to Computerized Tomography in implant dentistry. The use of digital information to assess implant sites
  • Pharmacology and patient management
  • Observe LIVE implant surgeries on-site
  • Hands-on projects: familiarization with armamentarium, placement of an implant in a model, suturing techniques for implants.

*Course is limited to 15 participants

Tuition

$1500 for 2-day course

CE Credit & AGD Subject Codes

This course will provide participants with 12 hours of lecture credit and 2 hours of clinical participation. AGD code 690.

 

Course 2: Intermediate treatment planning

Synopsis

March 12 – 13, 2021

Objectives:

  • Intermediate treatment planning
  • immediate extraction and implant placement
  • Sinus augmentation “The Sinus Bump”
  • Live Surgery Observation: immediate extraction, sinus bump and implant placement
  • Restoring single implants, including options and laboratory communication
  • Introduction to CT scans and guided surgery
  • Soft tissue management including flap design, advanced suturing and augmentation
  • PRF for hard and soft tissue situations
  • Hands-on placement utilizing non-guided and guided surgery techniques on laboratory models.

*Course is limited to 15 participants

Tuition

$2500 for 2-day course

CE Credit & AGD Subject Codes

This course will provide participants with 12 hours of lecture credit and 2 hours of clinical participation. AGD code 690.

 

Course 3: Treatment planning for advanced cases

Synopsis

April 9 – 10, 2021

Objectives:

  • Treatment planning for advanced cases
  • Restorative options for multiple implants and full-arch cases, including implant-supported bridges, full arch fixed options (all-on-X, full arch zirconia), removable options (including locators, bars, clips)
  • Using CT data for treatment planning for advanced and multi-unit cases.
  • Step-by-step procedures for restoring both fixed and removable cases, including bite transfers, attachments, and laboratory communication
  • Full arch surgical protocols including advanced grafting procedures (ridge augmentation, sinus augmentation, lateral windows)
  • Use of lasers in dentistry
  • Managing complications and failures
  • Business concerns in full-arch cases

*Course is limited to 15 participants

Tuition

$2500 for 2-day course

CE Credit & AGD Subject Codes

This course will provide participants with 12 hours of lecture credit and 2 hours of clinical participation. AGD code 690.

Call 844-700-2126 for more information or to register by phone 


These activities have been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the Academy of General Dentistry Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) through the joint program provider approval of Implant Logistics, Inc and Dominican Training Institute. Implant Logistics, Inc is approved for awarding FAGD/MAGD credit. Jointly provided educational activities may be considered toward the eligibility of an organization applying for its initial PACE approval.