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  • Enhance your skills in extraction, guided

    bone and soft tissue regeneration, and im-

    plant placement to support multiple types

    of fixture-assisted dental restorations,

    including screw-retained and cemented,

    fixed, and removable restorations. Learn

    to photograph and properly document

    cases. In addition to clinical treatment,

    you will attend group study sessions

    where you will observe and present case

    evaluations and be exposed to didactic

    lectures presented by seasoned clinicians

    who are on the cutting edge of implant

    surgery and restorations.

    You will have the opportunity to bring

    cases from your private office for review

    and discussion. This program is clinically

    oriented and focuses on treatment plan-

    ning. This is not a lecture course. General

    lectures are included to supplement your

    knowledge. However, participants are

    expected to understand the academic

    aspects of implant dentistry prior to

    enrollment. The goal of this course is

    to provide you with a basic skill set in a

    unique setting, which will ultimately be

    a means of increasing production in your

    private office.

    The Longest Running Part-Time Program in the US

    Our mission is to educate general practitioners in the science of implant dentistry

    Who Is This Program For? General practitioners who want the founda- tional skills and knowledge to treatment plan and perform surgical & prosthetic implant procedures.

    What Is The Length of the Program?

    The program is 2 years from September 2021- June 2023, based on the academic calendar. This allows enough time for you to follow a patient through every stage of treatment from consultation to restoration. You will learn how to manage implant complications to ensure long-term success — something weekend programs cannot prepare you for.

    When Does the Program Meet?

    There are 5 sections to choose from across Monday, Wednesday and Thursday. Choose 1 section.

    Session I Monday 8:30 am - 1:15 pm Session II Monday 11:45 am - 4:30 pm Session III Wednesday 8:30 am - 1:15 pm Session IV Wednesday 11:45 am - 4:30 pm Session V Thursday 8:30 am - 1:15 pm

    What You Will Learn and Do:

    • Diagnostic assessment and treatment planning for prosthetically driven implant therapy

    • Atraumatic extraction technique

    • Socket grafting and preservation

    • Indications and techniques to use resorbable and/or non-resorbable barrier membrane(s)

    • Submerged and non-submerged implant placement; perform second stage surgery under faculty supervision

    • Basic surgical protocol including incision, flap design and suture techniques

    • All phases of interim and definitive implant supported prosthesis, fixed or removable

    • Implant site preparation including guided bone regeneration

    • Immediate implant placement and immediate temporization

    • Evaluate and treatment plan on CBCT image software

    • Plan and perform guided implant surgery, when applicable

    • Topic oriented textbook and literature review with weekly quizzes

    • Case presentation and peer review

    • Understand and observe sinus bone augmentation procedures

    • Learn concepts and view ridge expansion and bone splitting augmentation surgery

    • Study and observe block bone graft procedures

    Program Benefits

    • 1 cone beam software license for your personal laptop included in tuition for duration of program

    • Attendance to our annual NYU/ICOI Implant Symposium

    • CE hours count toward AGD Fellowship/ Mastership track awards and satisfy the surgical and prosthetic requirements to apply for ICOI Fellowship.

    • Reduced tuition to eligible lecture-based Linhart Continuing Dental Education courses

    • Expand your professional network and industry knowledge through informal discussions with fellow participants and faculty

    Are Patients Provided?

    Yes. The NYUCD Linhart Continuing Dental Education Program will provide four (4) patients for each participant for both surgical and

    prosthetic dental implant treatment

    What do You Need to Supply?

    Participants are required to supply a laptop computer with windows or windows partition software for case presentations.

    New York State Dental License

    You will need a New York State dental license in order to treat patients. Contact us for further details if necessary. You will need a full license, not a “limited permit.”

    How Much Does the Program Cost?

    For the 2021-2023 program, the tuition is $14,995 annually ($29,990 over the 2-year period). There is also an additional one time registration fee of $950.

    Payment schedule per year is as follows: First Payment $5,195 Second Payment $4,900 Third Payment $4,900

    CREDIT HOURS: 200 annually This course satisfies the surgical and prosthetic requirements to apply for Fellowship status in the ICOI.

    Visit the Program

    See the program for yourself! Schedule a visit by calling 212.998.9757 or emailing dentalcde@nyu.edu Observe a clinical and literature review session and speak with current participants and faculty to ensure the program is the right fit for you.

  • Surgical & Prosthetic Treatment Patient Treatment Program

    Hands-on patient treatment Experienced & dedicated faculty

    State-of-the-art facilities

    “An amazing learning experience - you have the ability to learn both the surgical

    and restorative phases of implant dentistry. This course has made a great

    impact on my dental career.”

    — George Diaz, DDS Long Beach, NY

    “ I cannot begin to express how much this program did for me as a dentist, for my patients, and for my career. I consider myself very lucky for having the opportunity to have been a part of it and cannot recommend it highly enough!”

    — Herbie Mendelson, DDS Owings Mills, Maryland

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