As a dentist you want to be able to offer all of the services that you possibly can to your patients. Having to refer a patient to another dentist or not offering certain services in your dental office can cost you money and it can also cost you some of your valuable patients. By expanding your options, committing to learning after dental school and taking on new challenges, you can work at offering more and staying more competitive in the dentistry industry. With the help of Implant Instructor you can learn how to perform dental implants in a hands on comprehensive course that takes place in a state-of-the-art facility.
In 2001 only 10% of general dentists were placing implants. As of 2010 54% of general dentists place implants. If you are a practice owner who is not yet placing implants, you are competing with other general dentists who can and will treat these larger cases. If you are an associate or looking for a job you can negotiate a higher percentage or at the very least be more attractive to a possible employer.
Adding implant dentistry to the list of services that your office has to offer can give you access to an entirely new revenue stream, and in some cases provide that other local dentists are refer to you for the dental implants. Implant dentistry has become one of the fastest-growing aspects of the dentistry industry because many individuals aren’t content to simply fight with dentures, deal with unruly crowns, root canals and more. A dental implant is extremely sturdy and can provide a patient with a natural feeling tooth that looks and performs just the same way that their original tooth did but with far less chance for breakage or irritation.
By learning to perform dental implants firsthand, you can understand the basic techniques required, practice the surgery for yourself, and administer the procedure very confidently when you return to your office. While committing to ongoing education and reaching your full potential as a dentist does require future training, committing to jump in with both feet and trying a hands-on program like this one can really help you reach your full potential and set you up to perform this procedure using the best methods possible.
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