Attending RDI allows you to bring dental implant placement proven methodology to your practice. Through expert hands-on RDI Core Series 1-3 training, you’ll apply best practices for dental implant placement – like our restorative driven approach that starts with the end goal, a perfectly placed tooth, for better patient results.
Increase Practice Revenue while following a systematic approach to implant placement
2-1 Teacher/Student Ratio, Led by Seasoned, Implant Industry Leaders & Mentors
3-Part training program Gives You the Knowledge & Confidence to Get Great Results, 60 Continuing Education Credits
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Series 1: February 10-11 (Minneapolis, MN)
Series 2: March 10-11 (Minneapolis, MN)
Series 3: April 14-15 (Minocqua, WI)
Day 1: You’ll begin by learning the surgical principles of dental implantology, focusing on atraumatic extraction, bone preservation, socket classification and various suturing techniques in this implant course.
Day 2: We will discuss guided versus non-guided surgery, proper incision design, one and two-stage surgery and much more.
Core Series 1 implant course includes lectures, online modules, and hands-on components on models.
Expanding upon Core Series 1, you’ll progress to Core Series 2. During this two-day implant course, you’ll build on the knowledge and hands-on skills you developed in Series 1, deepening your understanding of implant dentistry and advancing your techniques.
Day 1: Includes hands-on components, practicing extractions, grafting, suturing and socket preservation on models.
Day 2: We will broaden your understanding of the restorative process during day 2, practicing using drills in different bone types, trying your hand at implant placement into mandibular bone models, and more.
Core Series 2 implant course includes online and lecture module topics that cover bone preservation, bone healing dynamics and immediate implant placement.
After completing Core Series 1 & 2 implant courses, you’ll move on to Core Series 3.
Series 3 features hands-on, live patient surgeries at a state-of-the-art dental clinic in a 2-to-1 student-to-mentor environment. In addition, doctors are encouraged to bring up to 2 members of their staff, free of charge, for the lecture-based and hands-on education. Series 3 also includes an online segment that prepares doctors and their staff to implement their Core Series learning in their own practice on Monday morning. Upon graduating from the RDI Core Series 1-3 Implant Course, doctors will receive 60 CE credits and their team members will receive 16 CE credits.