Take Your Dental Implants to the Next Level, Dental Continuing Education in Cary NC | Stanley Institute

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On February 10-11, Dr. Robert Stanley presented Stanley Institute’s introductory Dental Implant course, Take Your Dental Implant Business to the Next Level. The course was held in Cary NC and instruction centered on fully guided dental implants. This course has proven to be the most popular among Stanley Institute’s classes. Dr. Robert Stanley said, “There are so many dental CE courses available. We wanted to provide concise, practical information that dentists can employ on their first day back in the office and achieve predictable, aesthetically pleasing results that leave both doctor and patient thrilled.”

Course Objectives include: 


  • Risk Mitigation
  • Health History
  • Patient Communication
  • When to Treat and When to Refer
  • Treatment Planning with the End in Mind
  • Immediate vs. Delayed Implant Placement
  • Immediate vs. Delayed Implant Loading
  • Treatment Planning for Ideal Esthetics
  • CBCT and Other Radiographic Assessment
  • Implant Size, Type, Position, Depth
  • Screw Retained vs. Cement Retained
  • Custom vs. Stock Abutments
  • When to Load


  • Digital Processing 
  • Cerec Implant Integration 
  • Lab Communication Protocol


  • Rationale for Guided Surgery 
  • Hands-on Implant Placement 
  • Real-time Patient Surgery 
  • Dr. Stanley’s 5 Thread Rule 
  • Implant Occlusion


  • The Financial Cents of Implants 
  • Pricing Dental Implants 
  • Medical Billing


  • Digital Photography 
  • Implant Presentation Case Acceptance 
  • Internally & Externally Marketing


  • Pre-meds 
  • Sedation 
  • Pain Management

Stanley Dentistry Nurse Anesthetist Zeb Thomeczek delivered the pharmacology/sedation dentistry lecture while Certified Dental Assistant Gayle Banic discussed workflow and CEREC same day crown integration for implant restoration.

Each session at Stanley Institute includes a dinner reception for attendees. Dr. Bobbi Stanley said “The Friday night dinner is one of my favorite parts of the course. It really is one of the components that sets Stanley Institute apart from other Dental CE courses. We can enjoy professional collaboration in an intimate, casual setting. That’s where some of the best conversations occur!”

Day 2 is action packed with more hands-on clinical exercises that show the difference between placing guided and non-guided implants. Students are able to observe a live patient surgery. During the procedure, students were led through the process of placing a fully-guided implant and were able to interactively discuss the process with Dr. Rob in real time. 

If you are interested in joining us for our next continuing education course, review our course offerings or contact us to get more information.