Upcoming Classes

Implant Direct Dental Implants

Date: Saturday, February 9th – Sunday, February 10th, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Presenter: Dr. James Amstadt
CE Credits: 16
Fee: $3000

Dr. James

In this course we will discuss implant demand, clinical success cases and failures and tips and surgical techniques to guarantee a high success rate. Day 2 will consist of all LIVE patient placement of implants.

  • Patient Selection & Treatment Planning Basics
    – Medical history
    – Anatomy and vital structures
    – Long term success
  • Discussion of Legacy Implants
    – What is available
    – Surgical tray organization
    – Surgical steps
    – Operatory setup
  • Practice Surgery Steps On Typodont
  • Amstatips & Surgical Techniques To Guarantee a High Success Rate
  • Flap Design
  • Bone Grafting & Membranes
  • Socket Preservation
  • Advanced Bone Grafting (time permitting)
  • Review Cases & Cone Beams

ADMA IV Course

Date: Monday, April 22nd – Friday, April 26th, 2019


ADMA IV Sedation

Our staff of Board Certified Anesthesiologists will train your dentists and assistants in a personalized training environment to ensure maximized learning. Training is comprehensive and can be tailored to your specific needs. Through didactic and hands on training, your staff will learn comprehensive IV sedation techniques and develop immediate confidence.

Direct Esthetics

Date: Saturday, June 29th – Sunday, June 30th, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Presenter: Dr. Ross Nash
CE Credits: 14
Fee: $1800

Direct Composite Resin Esthetics Course

A Cost-Effective Answer for Today’s Modern Practice

We’re realizing more and more that today’s patients are looking for a more cost-effective option for esthetic and functional treatment. These affordable options are available through composite resin and new techniques which have shown excellent results. Perfecting the skill of direct composite resin is a smart decision for dentists in today’s modern practice.

This two-day course is hands-on and will cover modern materials and techniques for placing all types of direct composite restorations. Each attendee will receive the opportunity to perform exercises hands-on in the areas of preparation, placement and finishing for anterior and posterior restorations (Class I, II, III, IV & V). An emphasis will be placed on using direct composite resin veneers for elective smile enhancements. In addition, we will combine these teachings with restorative dentistry using advanced techniques. Classes will provide all necessary materials and instrumentation. Attendees may bring loupes, but this is optional. This course is intended for all dentists at any level of experience. This program is also recommended for dentists, EFDAs and Chairside Assistants.

Direct Esthetics

Date: Saturday, August 17th – Sunday, August 18th, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Presenter: Dr. Ross Nash
CE Credits: 14
Fee: $1800

Indirect Esthetic Dentistry Course

For experienced dentists of all levels in indirect procedures, this course is for you. Indirect restorative treatment allows any and every dentist to better their practice by utilizing contemporary materials and techniques. The hands-on course is completed in two days. In this course you will learn functional and esthetic dental rehabilitation in addition to elective cosmetic.

Participants will be given the opportunity to perform hands-on dental exercises. In this course, techniques of preparation and placement will be covered for a variety of materials.

Study club format will be used to discuss and demonstrate:

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment planning
  • Case set up
  • Impression taking
  • Previsualization
  • Lab communication
  • Step-by-step placement
  • Follow-up procedures

This course is designed for dentists with all levels of experience in indirect procedures. Preparation and placement techniques for various materials will be covered and hands-on exercises on teeth will be performed by each participant. Diagnosis, treatment planning, case set up, impression taking, provisionalization, lab communication, step-by-step placement and follow up procedures will be demonstrated and discussed in study club format.

  • Minimal and No-Prep Veneers
  • Indirect Laminates
  • All Ceramic Crowns
  • Inlays and Onlays
  • Fixed Bridges
  • Fixed Implant-Supported Restorations
  • Lithium Disilicate Restorations
  • Milled Ceramics
  • Zirconia Oxide
  • Porcelain Fused to Metal

This is a comprehensive course that will enhance the way you provide Indirect Restorative Care.

Full Mouth Esthetic Rehabilitation

Date: Saturday, August 31st – Sunday, September 1st, 2019
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Presenter: Dr. Ross Nash
CE Credits: 14
Fee: $1800

Indirect Esthetic Dentistry Course

In this continuing education course, we will review the concepts of occlusion and smile design as they apply to Full Mouth Rehabilitation cases. Exercise in locating and recording CR, taking accurate face bow records, and photography will all be performed by each participant.
Various cases will be planned and presented in small groups by all participants. The participant will leave with a greater understanding of Full Mouth Reconstruction, modern restorative and esthetic materials used in Full Rehab cases, and the necessary principles to guide them through a successful Full Mouth Rehabilitation.
You will learn:

  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment Presentation
  • Case Planning
  • Lab Communication
  • Dental Photography
  • Case Acceptance
  • Occlusal and Smile Design
  • Function

Simplified Endodontic Techniques

Date: TBD
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Presenter: Dr. Garry L. Bey, DDS
CE Credits: TBD
Fee: $1800

Simplified Endodontic Techniques Course

Garry L. Bey, DDS leads hands-on instruction using a maxillary first molar micro-CT plastic tooth replica. Master the root canal space from orifice to apex. The location, negotiation, and management of calcified and curved canals will be discussed. Accurate locations of the apical constriction using an apex locator will be shown. The creation of a predictable glide path from orifice to apex and the advantages of achieving and maintaining apical patency will be demonstrated. Instrumentation, irrigation, and obturation will also be covered in detail.

Course Objectives

  • Utilize the advantages of piezoelectric ultrasonics.
  • Learn instrumentation using safe and efficient reciprocating files.
  • Achieve superior root canal disinfection leading to better outcomes for patients.
  • Understand the benefits of 3-dimensional root canal obturation using warm vertical, cordless technology-obturation without the frustration.
  • Identify criteria that dictate when an infected tooth can be completed in one visit with greater success than a multiple visit procedure.
  • Take away game-changing solutions to increase endodontic efficiency.