Essentials 2: Place & Essentials 3: Pros
Biologics, Soft Tissue Management, & Placing Implants

24 CE Hours

August 15-17, 2024

8,955.00

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Registration and breakfast begin at 7:30 a.m. Class begins at 8:00 a.m.

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Create confidence in predictable implant results with maximum aesthetic appeal.

Prerequisite: E1

This course will help you introduce straightforward extraction techniques and immediate implant placement into your practice by building on foundational implantology techniques learned in Essentials 1 online.

If you are already placing implants, this course will give you the tools and confidence to take your practice to the next level in oral surgery. Learn a simple, safe, and predictable method for digital workflow and surgical techniques to reduce risk and improve patient outcomes.

In this course, Dr. Robert Stanley, the Smile Engineer, will guide doctors through choosing a final restoration type, ISQ testing, impression techniques, and optical scanning options for implant restorations. The final session’s content will build on previous sessions, exploring single unit implant restorations, implant maintenance, complications, and more.

The Stanley Institute Implant Pro Track will leave doctors confident to plan, place, and restore single unit dental implants in their practice.

Save $2000 if registering for complete curriculum of Essentials 1, 2 & 3.

FAQ's

Doctors focused on learning more about specific surgical techniques should take this course, specifically, extractions and grafting or focused on . If you’re a practitioner who is placing dental implants or has previously completed Essentials 1 of our implant continuum, Essentials 2 would be a great course for you to attend.

Dental Implantology is a team sport. Therefore, assistants and financial coordinators are encouraged to attend Essentials 2 & 3, where they learn the essentials to making the implant team flow. There are break-out sessions for implant coordinators and financial coordinators. This course is made for doctors and their team. Cost $895 per team member.

This course includes: three full days of continuing education content (24 hours of CE total). Additionally, participants are provided with course literature and hands-on training exercises. Breakfast and lunch will also be provided on all days, as well as a Thursday and Friday evening social event.

Each doctor is encouraged to bring a case to review with Dr. Rob. He will be happy to do a quick review with the doctor/class.

We welcome doctors to incorporate their own cases into the live-surgical add-on portion of our implant continuum. To learn more, please visit our personal mentorship page.

We designed the continuum to build on itself, from Essentials 1 through to Essentials 3. Information covered in Essentials 1 will not be reviewed in this course; we recommend doctors complete the entire Stanley Institute continuum.

Yes. Although each clinician’s skill level is unique to them, our doctors leave our courses very confident to place dental implants in their offices. Some doctors come to Stanley Institute already placing many implants, while others attend the course to learn the fundamentals of single unit implant placement. We advise all doctors and team members to use caution when implementing new procedures and techniques into their practice.

We have established SI Guided to guide you thru any implant placement help that you may need when returning to your office. We also have training for 3Shape, intraoral scanning and 3D printing for doctors and team members.

At Stanley Institute, we know it is not always possible to travel, which is why many courses at Stanley Institute are offered online. This course is offered both as a live-stream (day of) and as a pre-recorded online video course.

This is a 3 day course with limited seating. The dates are February 8 – 10, 2024.

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This course will take place in Cary, North Carolina (just outside of Raleigh-Durham) at the Stanley Institute Technology Training Center. Attendees should fly into Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).

We recommend staying at one of the following hotels:

The Umstead 100 Woodland Pond Dr., Cary, NC

The Mayton Inn 301 S. Academy Street, Cary, NC

Embassy Suites 201 Harrison Oaks Blvd, Cary, NC

Courses at Stanley Institute help you work towards an ICOI fellowship. Upon completion of the Stanley Institute curriculum and Full-Mouth Course, you qualify for fellowship with the International Congress of Oral Implantologists.

Course Curriculum

1

Extractions - Achieve Ideal Outcomes

Learn Dr. Stanley’s personal tips and tricks for seamless extractions of both simple and complex sites and managing complications.

2

Digital Workflow Made Easy

Discover the steps for digital workflow broken down into manageable steps from merging CBCT and scanner images to final surgical guide delivery.

3

Hands-On Suturing Techniques

Participate in a hands-on suturing lab to learn various techniques for closing flaps, maintaining soft tissues sites, and more.

4

Surgical Instrumentation and Selection

Master instrument selection for patient comfort and ease of surgery.

5

Review of Treatment Planning

Reexamine the rules of the game to reinforce tips and tricks for maximizing surgical outcomes.

6

Live Implant Planning For Ideal Aesthetics

Engage in a live implant planning session with Dr. Stanley and his lead surgical assistant to see exactly how he plans implant cases.

Course Agenda

Day 1

8am - 12pm

Morning Class Session

12pm - 1pm

Lunch

1pm - 5pm

Afternoon Class Session

5pm - 6:30pm

Thursday Social Event

Day 2

8am - 12pm

Morning Class Session

12pm - 1pm

Lunch

1pm - 5pm

Afternoon Class Session

5pm - 6:30pm

Friday Social Event

Day 3

8am - 12pm

Morning Class Session

12pm - 1pm

Lunch

1pm - 5pm

Afternoon Class Session

Course Tuition

8,955.00

Single Dentist Package

  • 24 Hours of CE
  • Course Literature
  • Hands-On Training & Materials
  • Breakfast, Lunch & Evening Social Events

State of the Art Tech Space

The new Stanley Institute Technology Center is a state-of-the-art facility in Cary, North Carolina that hosts many Stanley Institute courses. In Studio One, the premier learning space for the Institute, students and professionals can access cutting-edge technology and innovative resources, and can participate in hands-on workshops. We look forward to hosting you in our space soon!