Immediate Implants & Navigational Surgery


Course Sponsors
Snoasis MedicalH and HOsteogenics

Immediate implant placement has gained broader application as clinical results have become very predictable. This course will teach current techniques for immediate management of single & multi-rooted teeth in both maxillary and mandibular extraction sites. Dynamic Navigational Surgery provides a paradigm shift in predictably pre-planning implant treatment for optimal outcomes. Adjunctive bone and soft tissue grafting will also be presented. These techniques offer a faster healing interval and minimal discomfort. Cone Beam CT imaging is important for evaluation of alveolar dimensions, inferior alveolar nerve proximity, sinus anatomy and pathology for appropriate case selection. A progressive skill development will be shown to manage and avoid patient complications. We will focus on the best clinical practices using live surgery, an extensive video library, hands-on applications and handout materials.


“One of the most comprehensive, practical courses I’ve attended. Explains problems, pitfalls, and ‘what I’ve learned from mistakes.’ Not the usual ‘I’m the best’ scenario so common at a majority of CE courses.”
– Dr. Robert Marks, Walnut Creek, CA

Date: November 14-16, 2019

Time: 8:00 am – 4:00 pm

Lecturers: Dr. Dan Cullum and Dr. Joseph Kan

Audience: Experienced implant clinicians

Tuition: $3,300 USD

Class Size: Limited space available

CE Credits: 21

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upcoming events

May 14-16, 2020

3-Day Course

Technology, Enhanced Healing & Minimally Invasive Grafting Evidence-based presentations will demonstrate minimally invasive management for a continuum of defects from extraction sites. Speakers: Dr. Dan Cullum, Dr. Myron Nevins, DDS, Dr. Bart Silverman, Peter D. Mariner, PhD More Info &
June 4-6, 2020

3-Day Course

Managing Complications in Horizontal Augmentation Various treatment strategies are used to restore horizontal bone deficiencies for optimal implant-prosthetic reconstruction. Speakers:Bach Le, DDS, MD, FICD, Dr. Dan Cullum More Info &
September 17-19, 2020

3-Day Course

Tunnel Grafting & Crestal Sinus Elevation Crestal sinus elevation techniques: osteotomes, reamer drills and hydraulics Speakers:Dr. Dan Cullum, Michael S. Block, DMD More Info &