Our Courses

Dental Implant Internship 1

This three-day, limited attendance hands-on course is designed for participants to gain the knowledge needed for safely and effectively managing dental implant treatment.
The emphasis will be on the straightforward category according to the SAC classification.
As such, the course focuses on the posterior missing single or multiple teeth for partially edentulous patients in addition to the fully edentulous mandible.

Through didactic lectures, case presentations, interactive demonstrations, and workshops, the participants will become proficient in the principles of diagnosis, treatment planning, CBCT interpretation and manipulation, surgical set up, and techniques of implant placement and restoration.

The learning experience is enhanced with an abundance of clinical case presentations and examples. Moreover, course attendee will participate in workshops that include simulated implant placements, impressions making , and overdenture pick up procedures.

Live patients will be presented where attendee will participate in the diagnosis and treatment planning of the case. The course will conclude on Day 3 with the live surgical demonstration for all course participants (option 1&2). Option 1 attendee will stay on to perform surgical implant placement under the mentorship of course faculty.

Course Dates

May 16-18, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

September 12-14, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

January 16-18, 2020 Thursday-Saturday

Dental Implant Internship 2

This is a three-day limited attendance course designed for the the experienced practitioners wishing to hone their skills and update their knowledge base. The course covers topics which area typically classified as “Advanced” in SAC classification. the advanced category. Topics covered will include implants in the esthetic zone, ridge preservation and augmentation, immediate implant placement, immediate loading / temporization, and various soft tissue procedures around implants among others.

The course format consists of lectures and hands on workshops and live patient surgeries. The learning experience will be enhanced with numerous clinical case presentations and examples. The hands on workshops will allow the participants to perform simulated grafting procedures on with advanced suturing techniques.

Live patients will be presented where course attendee will participate in the diagnosis and treatment planning. The participants will be immersed in the live surgery procedures through interaction with course faculty.

Course Dates

October 3-5, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

Oct.31-Nov.2, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

Dental Implant Internship 3

This course is designed for experienced practitioners seeking advanced level training for complex surgical procedures. Prior experience with implant surgical procedures is highly recommended for maximum benefit from this course.The topics covered in this course include, but are not limited to, the management of the moderate-severely pneumatized maxillary sinus, advanced ridge augmentation procedures using specialized membrane stabilization techniques, and complex soft tissue procedures.

Through lectures enriched with numerous clinical case presentations the attendee will gain a thorough understanding about case selection and management of the patients with moderate to severe atrophy. Hands-on workshop will give the participants the opportunity to use different materials and techniques for the various procedures.

Live patients will be presented where the attendee will have the opportunity to participate in the diagnosis and treatment planning before surgical procedures are performed.

Course Dates

January 23-25 Thursday-Saturday

All on 4 course & Full Arch Implant Dentistry- Course #: AOX

Are your patients asking about ClearChoice or Same Day Teeth?

Don’t lose patients to your competitors. Bring full arch implant restorations to your office and be prepared to offer such service with great predictability and success. We will teach you the clinical and laboratory steps for full arch restorations and arm with the tools your need to stand out above the crowd.

This three-day course is designed for practitioners experienced in implant dentistry who wish to further their knowledge base, skill, and experience in the management of full arch implant cases. The emphasis will be on the fully edentulous patient and the patients with the terminal dentition who desire a fixed prosthesis as the final outcome through the All-on-4 treatment approach.

Emphasis will be given on diagnosis, treatment planning, case selection, treatment protocol, prosthodontic, and laboratory techniques for achieving a predictable outcome. The course will cover traditional and more advanced digital workflow methods for such cases. Live patient case will be presented and demonstrated from diagnosis through surgical implant placement and the delivery of the immediate function restoration. Workshops on conventional and digital workflow treatment protocols will allow course attendee to have hand-on experience for such procedure.

Course Dates

February 6-8, 2019 Thursday-Saturday


Gain the ultimate experience in facial and smile cosmetics by combining our Botox/Fillers and veneer courses. As a dentist, you are perfectly suited to address the nuances of facial esthetics and the smile by combining these powerful treatment modalities.

This is a three day course where two days are dedicated to smile analysis and veneers and the third day addresses the topics of neurotoxins and dermal fillers. Hands on patient treatment is included for Botox and fillers on volunteer patients. Please refer to the pages for each course individually for more details about each course.

Course Dates

October 15-17, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

December 5-7, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

Botox & Fillers-Facial Esthetics and Smile Design- Course #: BOTOX

Did you ever finish a large cosmetic case to find out that a bit of change in the face will bring it up a notch. Come join us for this exciting hands on course where you will learn everything you need to know about smile design and facial esthetics. Bring your own patient or we will provide you with a patient for hands-on experience using Botox Cosmetic and different kinds of fillers.

The course will cover the basics of facial anatomy and physiology form a functional and cosmetic standpoint. The biology and basics of Botox and fillers will be covered in depth for a thorough understanding and safe application and administration of such materials.

A systematic approach to diagnosis and treatment planning for cosmetic facial esthetics will be followed and emphasized. The latest advances in digital smile analysis and simulation will be discussed and covered using smile analysis programs.This is a hands-on limited attendance course with live patients.

Course Dates

October 19, 2019 Saturday

December 7, 2019 Saturday


Gain all the knowledge and experience you need to handle most implant cases. From the straightforward single tooth case to the complex full arch rehabilitation. This is a continuum of four different sessions offered at our institute. It combines our three Dental Implant Internships (DII1.0, DII2.0, DII3.0) and the full arch course (AOX).

Course Dates

Please contact us to arrange dates and customize your experience


Mini residency taylored to provide dentists who wish to add moderate sedation services to their skillset. The course is designed to exceed the ADA Guidelines for Teaching Pain Control and Sedation to Dentists and Dental Students and Practice Guidelines for Sedation by Non-anesthesia Providers by the American Society of Anesthesiology (ASA).

Attendee will receive ACLS certification and over 60 hour of didactic training. Each participant will have the opportunity to perform 20-30 cases of supervised sedation by qualified instructors.

Course Dates

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Advanced Porcelain Laminate Veneers- Course #: PLV

Come and join us for this highly requested course on porcelain laminate veneers. Learn the ins and outs and all the details about this cosmetic treatment modality. The course is designed for practitioners who wish to offer veneers to their patients with predictability and success. If you are an experienced practitioner, this course will help you get to the next level.

This is a course with live patient treatment by course faculty starting with diagnosis and treatment planning and ending in the delivery of the veneers. Emphasis will be given to preparation techniques, temporization, try-in, and bonding of the veneers. Esthetic smile analysis and design using analog and digital workflows will be covered in depth.

This is a two day course with a clinical demonstrations. Patient preparation will take on the first day and the course will conclude with bonding of the veneers on the second day. An optional extension is offered for participants who wish to treat a patient under faculty mentorship.

Course Dates

October 17-19, 2019 Thursday-Saturday

December 5-7, 2019 Thursday-Saturday