Implant Surgery and Restoration Mini-Residency

Jul 18-19, 2014

Esthetics. Expectations. Excellence.

Implant placement from a Prosthodontic perspective… This step-by-step course will prepare you to successfully implement implant dentistry in your practice. Over four intensive two-day sessions, you will receive the mentored experience you need to master optimally placed dental implants for the best esthetic and functional restorations.

The course features hands-on implant placement practice on fresh frozen cadaver specimens, simulation manikins, and tabletop lab models for an in-depth educational experience. After multiple comprehensive hands-on instruction sessions, you will be mentored while surgically placing implants into your own patient*, giving you the confidence to apply these techniques in your own practice. Unlike other weekend courses where you buy equipment but never feel comfortable enough to go home and use it, our participants have 100% success rates in integration of implant placement into their practices. Following are highlights from our unique course:

  • Hands-on fresh-frozen cadaver workshops
  • Live surgery demonstrations
  • Implant design and mechanics theory
  • Surgical placement of implants by participants on live patients
  • Records and imaging ( iCAT, panos)
  • Pharmacology and emergency procedures
  • Surgical and prosthetic treatment planning
  • Basic surgical principals: suturing, incisions, etc.
  • Flap design and circulation
  • Surgical complications
  • Direct, mentored patient contact
  • Intensive multi-session hands-on training


  • Learn and effectively utilize the most advanced and least invasive technique of tooth replacement
  • Learn to achieve prosthodontically-favorable implant positioning using emerging techniques such as Biaxial Implant Positioning
  • Reduce complications associated with malpositioned implants
  • Increase auxiliary staff’s comfort and competence in implant placement assistance
  • Increase patient satisfaction by providing esthetic and functional solutions for missing teeth
  • Increase patient satisfaction and practitioner success with single provider care management


  • SESSION I 18-19 July 2014
  • SESSION II 15-16 August 2014
  • SESSION III 12-13 September 2014
  • SESSION IV 17-18 October 2014


Thomas J. McGarry
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Lars O. Bouma
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Dan O’Donoghue
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Robert C. Fazio
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Stephen D. Campbell
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