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Dental Implants for General Dentists. Incorporate dental implants into your practice and into bone. Dr. Philip Gordon, DDS continues his 7+ year journey learning how to get implants into a general practice from a logistical and technical standpoint.
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May 9, 2019

Let’s talk about dental implant continuing education for the general dentist! I’m often asked what the best courses are for a general dentist to learn implantology. The short answer is to take all of the courses you can, but the longer answer depends on other things including what you already know, your current abilities, and the current state of your practice.

The rules of the marketplace have fundamentally shifted, and the gatekeepers aren’t as powerful as they used to be. Now, anyone can break into implantology if it’s something they want enough. And now that this shift has happened, the biggest obstacle to your success is in your head. It’s time to get past that and write your own story!

Now let’s get into specific. My recommendation for a general dentist getting into implantology is to take multiple paths over a long period of time. A specific suggestion that I highly recommend on the business side is my own Dental Implant MBA program. You’ll learn how to develop, market, and master your implant practice through this series of courses. (Also, check out my mini-course on dental implant funnel marketing.)

If you’re not sure whether implant dentistry is something you’re interested in, try a short weekend course. I recommend Glidewell Dental’s Restorative Driven Implant Solutions Utilizing the Latest Technology course, or Implant Dentistry 101 from Implant Direct. Both of these are great introductory courses for implantology.

Once you’re ready for a comprehensive course with implant training, I recommend Implant Pathway. This takes a big amount of material and delivers it within a shorter, more consumable package. I believe it’s the best implant training that there is for beginners! For a longer, in-depth course and credentialing with the AAID, I highly recommend a MaxiCourse. If you want something that’s all online, look into DentalXP's Online Implant Fellowship Program. It’s a challenging, rigorous course that will leave you top-level implantology knowledge.

That’s a lot of suggestions, and there are a lot more courses. I hope this episode has helped give you a place to start! If you need advice or opinions on these or other courses, please feel free to reach out to me directly.

 

In This Episode:

[00:13] - Philip welcomes listeners back to the show, and explains that this episode will be about dental implant continuing education for the general dentist.

[01:03] - We hear about the importance of creating a different story if what you’re doing now isn’t working.

[01:55] - The rules have fundamentally shifted in a way that lets anyone break into implantology, Philip explains.

[03:01] - Philip shares an inspirational story, and explains how it applies to the dental industry.

[04:37] - We get into CE courses for implantology for the general dentist, with Philip offering his recommendations.

[05:51] - Philip offers two recommendations for short courses to figure out whether implant dentistry is right for you: Restorative Driven Implant Solutions Utilizing the Latest Technology or Implant Dentistry 101.

[06:27] - We hear Philip’s recommendation for the next course once you decide that implant dentistry is something you want to pursue: Implant Pathway.

[07:27] - Philip recommends the AAID MaxiCourse for a longer, more in-depth course into dental implantology.

[08:21] - For a comprehensive, all-online course, try the Online Implant Fellowship Program from DentalXP.

[09:09] - There are tons of other courses that there isn’t time to dig into, Philip explains. The ones he has recommended, though, are the basics that will get you started.

 

Links and Resources:

Hernán Cortés

Dental Implant MBA

Restorative Driven Implant Solutions Utilizing the Latest Technology from Glidewell Dental

Implant Dentistry 101 from Implant Direct

Implant Pathway

AAID

AAID MaxiCourse

DentalXP's Online Implant Fellowship Program

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