Mastering Implant Complications
This training will teach you the clinical steps, the mindset, the verbal skills and the liabilities involved with implant complications. Implants fail, get infected, suffer bone and have soft tissue problems. All of that happens even if you did everything right! Dr. Simon teaches you his philosophy when it comes to these situations. Make sure to ask questions and engage with Dr. Simon and the other dentists taking this course. You can master this!
Part 1 - Moving away from fear - confidence in managing complications.
The key here is communication and managing the patient. In this training you'll learn the key to communication and patient management.
Part 2 - Implant malpositioning happens
If you malposition your implants on regular basis it's not because you have 2 left hands.
Part 3 - Implant failing after sinus lift
I did everything right but I should have engaged the sinus floor for more stability.
Part 4 - How to discuss failure with your patient.
In this video I talk about the framework of the 2 important conversations with the patient.
Part 5 - Why did it fail
Your patient will ask you: "why did it fail?"
Part 6 - 2 communication channels between you and the patient
I start showing your the difference between the pro-mindset and the average doctor.
Part 7 - The self defeating cycle
In this video I discuss the damaging cycle.
Part 8 - A bad canine
In this video I show you the whole case.
Part 9 - Lower molar failure
This video is a review of the steps you need to take.
Part 10 - Ridge splitting failure
Again, clinical management is important but your success will be measured by how you managed the patient
Part 11 - Addressing peri-implantitis conservatively
Most implants have some form of complication. Most commonly bone loss and soft tissue inflammation.
Part 12 - The keys to successful implant complication management
This is the summary of this training. The difference is: YOU
I would definitely recommend Surgical Masters. It’s unique, it’s powerful on multiple levels. I would tell anybody that’s looking to improve their game both clinically, professionally, personally, this is a great investment.
It has good theoretical knowledge, it has great – hands on, very interactive, there’s a clinical component in the office, it’s a fantastic venue and it’s overall a very well paced course as well.
I used to not do much surgery at all, and since I started with Surgical Master, I’ve been doing a lot more surgery, has improved my bottom line and renewed my interest in dentistry.