Dental Implant Surgery Course©

A alternative to implant training.

  • Live training on GP's patients. No pig jaws.

  • One-on-one training with a specialist like in grad school.

  • 12 CE course in GP office. No travel-related expense.

  • Participant patients billed. "Earn While You Learn."

About Us

InoffiCETM assists the general dentist in updating and expanding their educational knowledge and expertise, as well as in maintaining and growing their success. InoffiCETM has developed a marketplace for dental implant companies that provide services for a unique accredited continuing education program called, The Dental Implant Surgery Course©. The accredited 12 CE program instructs the GP in basic dental implant surgery in a novel and convenient way.

What is it?

One-on-one in-office dental implant training for general dentists by a periodontist or prosthodontist specialist on their own patients.

How does it work?

Provides basic dental implant surgery education in a coordinated, step-by-step, full participation format, blending general dentists and their team with a staff of experienced and exceptional periodontists and prosthodontists.

Dentists EARN income while they LEARN dental implant surgery

How does that work?

Unlike other courses away from the office, the InoffiCE Dental Implant Surgery Course allows for the billing of surgical procedures from the course day and the subsequent restorative treatment for a substantial return on investment of the course tuition.

Benefits

Hands-on with Live Patients

No pig jaws or cadavers

Increase Revenue

Financial advancement for dentist and staff

Skill Set Learning

An expert specialist as an instructor

Coordinated Dental Training

A simple system for dentist and staff

Less Expense

No travel-related cost

Ongoing Mentoring

Available follow-up learning and support

Patient Confidence

Trained by expert specialists

CE Accreditation

Earn approximately 12 CE Credits

No Missed Practice Days

Associates and hygienists see patients

Ready to Perform

Immediately confident to start implant placement

Reduced Tuition

Much less than other courses

In-office Training

Familiarity for staff and patients 

Hands-on with Live Patients

No pig jaws or cadavers

Increase Revenue

Financial advancement for dentist and staff

Skill Set Learning

An expert specialist as an instructor

Coordinated Dental Training

A simple system for dentist and staff

Less Expense

No travel-related cost

Ongoing Mentoring

Available follow-up learning and support

Patient Confidence

Trained by expert specialists

CE Accreditation

Earn approximately 12 CE Credits

No Missed Practice Days

Associates and hygienists see patients

Ready to Perform

Immediately confident to start implant placement

Reduced Tuition

Much less than other courses

In-office Training

Familiarity for staff and patients 

Education is one of the keys to achievement productivity respectability and a major step on the path to success.

Course
Description

  • Where does it take place?

Each full-day course will take place at the dentist’s office.

  • How many CE credits are earned?

CE certification for approximately 12 hours will be awarded.

  • What is needed?

The specialist will travel to the location and supply the equipment, instruments, supplies and disposables for the day of the course to duplicate the GP’s resources. Additionally, a dental surgical assistant will accompany the specialist to assist as well as train the office assistants in course training protocol.

  • How is it taught?

The specialist will demonstrate the actual surgery on the first patient with the general dentist and staff actively observing and assisting. Then, the general dentist will proceed with the other surgeries under the watchful guidance of the specialist.

  • How many implants will be placed?

The course will include the placement of 4-5 implants on a maximum of 4 patients.

  • Will the implant company's representative attend the course?

The rep will be there for additional support before, during and after the course.

Course
Schedule

Introduction

Meet and greet with specialist, dentist, assistants, staff, rep.

8:00 AM

First Patient

Single site, performed by specialist and traveling assistant.

9:00 AM

Second Patient

Single site, performed by dentist participant and assistant.

10:30 AM

Break

Lunch and discussions. (Second patient time can run over into this hour.)

12:00 PM

Third Patient

Single site, performed by dentist participant and assistant.

1:00 PM

Fourth Patient

Performed by dentist participant and assistant.

2:30 PM

Wrap up

Discuss the day. (Fourth patient time can run over into this hour.)

4:00 PM

Presentation

End of day and presentation by the representative.

5:00 PM

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