Treating Ailing & Failing Teeth

Course Type: Elective Courses

Dentistry’s Fastest Growing, Most Profitable Market Segment

This course is designed to help dentists create the unique facelift effect of our popular New You Dentures procedure that can be used on all types of restorations for “Ailing & Failing Teeth” including fixed hybrids. The use of implants to retain and support these prostheses will be covered extensively. The ever-changing world of digital dentures, digital impressions, and virtual case planning will be explored.

Attendees will participate in workshops to help prefect the skills and create predictable outcomes.


View our Course Information:

Tuition: $3,695 Length of Course: 3 days
Team Tuition: $795 CE Credits: 20
AGD Codes: 670, 610 Campus: LVI Main Campus

The Objectives of this course are for the participant to be able to:

  • Choose options for implant retained and implant supported prosthetics that involve implants
  • Treatment plan & sequence comprehensive cases involving Ailing & Failing Teeth
  • Utilize digital protocol to make impressions, designing cases virtually and fabricate prostheses
  • Utilize surgical & prosthetic techniques for fixed hybrid prosthesis, including immediate extraction, immediate implant placement and immediate loading
  • Utilize step-by-step method of building physiologic prostheses in 3-4 appointments
  • Instruct auxiliaries to perform delegatable tasks

Course Dates:

Take a look at our team:

Visiting Instructors
Dr. Michael Reece

Academy of General Dentistry Approved
PACE Program Provider
Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or
provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement
6/1/2022 to 5/31/2025
Provider ID 208412


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