To register for any series, contact us at 1-833-342-5734.
Yes. CE credits will be given to attendees of each course. RDI is sponsored by The Dental Crafters Network. Dental Crafters, Inc. is a division of the Dental Crafters Network and is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
Continental breakfast and lunch are included but dinner is not. All attendees will be responsible for their own lodging and transportation. (We’re happy to offer recommendations: contact us at 1-833-342-5734.)
If something comes up and you can’t make it, we’ll hold your spot for the next series. Simply give us a call at 1-833-342-5734 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you’re not able to attend the next series, there will be a $500 administrative fee for canceling.
We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover.
Our mission is to provide a comprehensive educational experience that focuses on the best end result for the patient. Each attendee will receive access to a private Facebook group that allows you to ask and answer questions posted by other attendees and our mentors.
Yes. In order to receive CE credits, you must complete the online modules and answer the questions in the quizzes.
You’ll receive access to the online modules via email two weeks prior to the start of the course. You can start the modules as soon as you receive them; you must complete them by (timeframe?).
No. Attendees are required to attend Core Series 1 and 2 before they can attend Series 3.
We encourage you to bring up to two team members to Core Series 3, which includes a team training component. You will attend Core Series 1 and 2 and Master Series 1 and 2 on your own.
We teach a comprehensive approach using a crown-down technique. We teach all aspects of implantology from restorative to implant placement; as a result, each attendee will have the opportunity to place an average of 10 implants.
The Master Series classes are held at our sponsor’s headquarters in Marshfield, WI. The Dental Crafters Network’s training center includes an operatory for live patient surgeries.
No, an RDI instructor will perform live patient surgery in the Master Series 1 class while the attending doctors observe. Doctors can observe chairside or watch on the TV that is broadcasted in the room.
Master Series 2 does not include live patient surgery observations. However, attendees will participate in hands-on activities using pig maxillas on Day One. Day Two includes hands-on model activities for the Advanced Prosthetic class.