The Implant Course
08 February 2018
01 February 2019
Titpton Training Ltd
The main aims of our Dental Implant training course are to:
2016 saw the introduction of surgical clinics to provide our Alumni with on-going support through their early years of implant placement. By arrangement, our surgeons can visit your practice to assist you in tackling more complex placements
◦Case Selection, Consent & Flap Design ◦Implant placement techniques & impression taking ◦Full arch bridgework ◦angled implant placement ◦bone grafts and augmentation ◦Pink porcelain or bone grafts ◦Screw/cement retained restorations ◦Aesthetic in implantology ◦Pricing Policies ◦Laboratory techniques – communication ◦ Choosing the right implant ◦ Single tooth implants ◦ Immediate implants/immediate loading ◦ CBCT Scans, imaging and treatment planning ◦ Overdentures – ball/ sockets/ bars ◦ Periodontal considerations ◦ Implants occlusion, facebows and articulators ◦ Marketing your own practice ◦ Private Practice Conversion
Increased earning potential
Not currently covered under the NHS, Dental Implant treatments represent a significant growth opportunity Performing just one extra treatment a month could mean that the course pays for itself!
Place dental implants on live patients in the first few days of the course
Previous implant course delegates who have had the skills, knowledge and confidence to place implants have gone from placing 0 to 15 dental implants in the first few days of course!
Re-coup your course fees by treating your own patients
We strongly recommend that you bring one or more of your patients for dental implant treatment under the auspices of the course. Your patient can pay for the prosthetic part of the treatment. This can represent great value for potentially price sensitive patients and can subsidise or cover all your own course fees!
Receive valuable mentoring during and after the implant course- Join our Implant Part 2 Course