The 3-Stage Implant – From Extraction to Final Seat of the Restoration
Revitalizing Your Dental Practice with Predictable Implant Dentistry
Learning Series Summary:
If there is one thing we can take away from 2020, it’s that the dental profession can be susceptible to unforeseen challenges. With many dental offices struggling, clinicians are often left with a limited number of options, either join a PPO or expand services to increase revenue. Dental implants are the fastest growing and most profitable procedure that the public is demanding from their general dentist. This three module series will teach any dentist from beginner to advanced clinician new ways to market, communicate, and learn simple surgical techniques resulting in long lasting aesthetic restorations. Revitalize your practice and learn from those that have successfully implemented these techniques and are profiting from the results. Each of these modules can be viewed independently or ideally as a series to maximize the learning experience. Connect Members receive complimentary tuition to this course.
MODULE ONE: The 3-Stage Implant
The 3-Stage Implant from extraction to final seat of the restoration. This technique will take approximately 8 months to a year to complete. This module will show you how to get the most predictable outcome with your implant cases.
- – Marketing: How to attract dental implant patients
- – Communication: How to communicate with patients to say yes and pay for it
- – What equipment is necessary?
- – How to use PRF
- – Atraumatic extraction
- – Predictable bone grafting
- – Which implant and why all implant systems have both good and bad qualities
- – Surgical Guide: Is it always necessary?
- – How to finish implants for success
- Course Details: 2 Lecture CE Credits - Subject Code: 690 - Course Code: MEC 03262021
Arthur Lyford DMD
Dr. Lyford graduated Cum Laude with a dental education from Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland, OR. He also received a BA in Biology from Reed College. Dr. Lyford spent five years in cancer research in the early days of genetic engineering and gene splicing working with DNA viruses. He worked in laboratories across the country such as Tufts University Cancer Research Center in Boston, MA; Pennsylvania State Medical School in Hershey, PA and; Oregon State University in Corvallis, OR. He has been in private practice in Hollis, NH since 1985. Dr. Lyford is licensed in New Hampshire, Oregon, and California. He is currently on faculty of IADI and teaches with Dr. Sam Lee in San Diego, CA, New Hampshire and internationally, including Mexico, China, Chile, and England.
Dr. Lyford is past president if IADI, Fellow of IADI, and is currently on staff as faculty at IADI. He continues to learn from fellow faculty and Dr Sam Lee. His interests include all aspects of implant dentistry, periodontal surgery including soft tissue and bone augmentation, restorative, orthodontics, TMJ, and most recently robotically assisted implant placement (YOMI by Neocis).
Lon McRae DDS
Dr. McRae graduated from Oregon Health Sciences University School of Dentistry in 1996. He has since built a successful practice in Meridian, Idaho receiving recognition as the best dental practice in the Treasure Valley. He is a respected lifetime qualified member of the elite Crown Council Dental Association, American Dental Association, International Academy of Dental Implants (IADI), International Academy of Oral Medicine of Toxicology (IAOMT), and International Congress of Oral Implantology (ICOI).
Dr. McRae has been a clinical mentor for cosmetic dentistry with the Hornbrook Clinical Education Group since 2005. He has taught aesthetic dentistry both nationally and internationally. Dr. McRae has had his work published in many publications including The Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is the President of the International Academy of Dental Implantology (IADI), a
diplomate of the IADI, and a fellow of the ICOI. He is the clinical director of implants for Utah Valley Dental Lab as well as the developer of the One Stage Implant with Improved Immediate Loading.