Dental implants are an integral part of the general dental practice.
The dental implant doctor and practice are only as good as the team they assemble. Optimal aesthetic outcomes and long term prognoses are dependent upon dental knowledge and a comprehensive approach immersed in a culture of excellence.
Set your office up for success by having your auxiliary trained and/or developing an implant coordinator who can take your dental implant practice to the next level.
For best results, assistants should attend the course with their supervising dentist attending the concurrent Full Mouth Immediate Implant Reconstruction.
- Effective Scheduling
- Answering difficult questions persuasively
- Necessary forms/documentation
- Case presentation
- Insurance Coding
- Digital Workflow
- Instrument Setup
- Sterilization techniques
- Inventory Control
- Understanding implant restorations
- Lab Communication