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Are You a Modern Dentist? As 1/3 of Americans are Missing Teeth, Are You Trained to Do Dental Implants?

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New York, Aug. 31, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) --
In today's era of the informed patient, dentists field questions about dental implants. Why? In the United States, 178 million people are missing at least one tooth per the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) NHANES study. That's one-third of Americans. Today's patientswant teeth -- dental implants over a bridge or dentures.

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Dr. Omid Termechi is an expert implantologist and Dental Implant Surgical Seminar founder.

"In life ‘Practice Makes Perfect,' yet to do dental implant surgery properly, it's ‘Perfect Practice Makes Perfect,'" Dr. Omid Termechi tells his students. "When surgery is involved, there is a proper protocol and procedure to follow to ensure patient safety, improved outcomes, and ethical dentistry. Our innovative training teaches you the right way to do implantology the first time. It's easier to learn it right the first time than to try to unlearn bad habits."

He adds, "We're sticklers on teaching our 16 dentists to do it right the first time so that any other dentist who sees your work on a former patient will say "that's beautiful work, they did a great job."

To learn about this innovative training, visit: https://www.dentalimplantsurgicalseminar.com. The next 2 courses are Dec. 2018 (advanced) and Feb. 2019 (beg.-intermediate).



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Dental Implant Surgical Seminar, please visit our website:
https:// DentalImplantSurgicalSeminar.com

Upcoming Training
*December 3-6, 2018 Advanced Course: Sinus Lift (Class Limit: 8)
*February 18-22, 2019 Dental Implant Surgical Seminar (Beginning to Intermediate Skill build). Both are hosted at the University Fransisco Marroquin,Guatemala Class Limit: 16 Licensed Dentists 40 CE Credits

Dentists learn proper protocol, procedure, how to read CT Scans, perform guided surgery, and hands-on clinical training to perform simple dental implant procedures (1-3 teeth in pre-screened good candidates for a successful surgery) under supervision with mentorship by implantologists during all procedures to ensure patient safety, proper placement, and are committed to successful surgical outcomes. Patients receive free dental implant placement surgery (crowns not included).



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As a dentist are your skills keeping pace with your patients' expectations? 

  • Do you have a basic proficiency in placing dental implants for patients missing 1-3 teeth?
  • Can your patient who is missing a tooth safely entrust that you can read their CT scan and advise them if they have enough bone and are a good candidate (or not) for dental implant therapy?
  • Will patients have a healthier mouth after you have performed their surgery? Do you know when to refer out? Or how to determine what makes for a simple replacement versus complex case?

With hundreds of millions of people worldwide missing a tooth today, it's natural that patients want new teeth. Not a bridge. Not a denture. A new tooth (a dental implant and crown) that looks and acts just like a regular tooth. As demand to place dental implants surges, are you prepared? If your surgical skills are not keeping pace with rising patient demand for simple dental implant surgery, your patients may look for a new dentist who can do it all. 

Luckily, placing dental implants can be a learned skill that most licensed dentists can learn with proper training and safeguards for success.

Expert Implantologist Dr. Omid Termechi spotted a concerning trend with so many patients in need to dental implant surgery and not enough basic proficiency by dentists to perform even simple dental implant placement procedures on cases that are not considered complex enough to refer to a specialist.

At the same time, too many patients were going to emergency rooms for missing teeth replacement options which is also not a practical solution to seek medical care for dental issue. The gap could be filled with training licensed dentists to gain basic proficiency in dental implant therapy not in a classroom rather in a state-of-art dental school clinic with trained implantologists to supervise, mentor, and assist with hands-on training to develop surgical skills.

Dr. Termechi formulated three questions about what was holding dentists back from learning dental implants. As he performed more than 15,000 dental implant surgeries while seeing patients in his private practice in New York as well as while training thousands of dentists at NYU School of dentistry in the Periodontology Department for more than 10 years, he started asking his international students three questions:

  1. Would you be willing to learn to place simple dental implants in pre-screened good candidate patients?
  2. Could you still do it knowing that you'll receive intensive training, supervision, and be expected to learn proper procedure to ensure safety and improved patient outcomes?
  3. If your patient might qualify for free dental implant surgery (crowns not included), would that help them?

Many answered a definite "yes" to these three questions.

Some hesitated. After further thought, Dr. Termechi began creating an innovative seminar to teach basic implantology to licensed dentists.

"I needed to get on pace with patient's wants and needs in 2018 versus being that old, traditional dentist who just says ‘no' to new technology and training, and whose patients may leave for a modern-day dentist," says recent graduate Dr. Perl.

"In life ‘Practice Makes Perfect,' yet to do dental implant surgery properly, it's ‘Perfect Practice Makes Perfect,'" Dr. Omid Termechi tells his students. "When surgery is involved, there is a proper protocol and procedure to follow to ensure patient safety, improved outcomes, and ethical dentistry. Our innovative training teaches you the right way to do implantology the first time. It's easier to learn it right the first time than to try to unlearn bad habits."

He adds, "We're sticklers on teaching our 16 dentists to do it right the first time so that any other dentist who sees your work on a former patient will say "that's beautiful work, they did a great job."

While medicine is an ocean, dentistry is a small pond and you want your dental implants to be viewed as top notch by dentists down the street.

That's why it's critical to learn to read CT scans, perform guided surgery, and be a confident, skilled practitioner.

Learn more about two new courses offered for just 8 participants in December and 16 participants in February.

For more information on the Dental Implant Surgical Seminar, please visit our website:  

https://DentalImplantSurgicalSeminar.com

 

Upcoming Training Session Dates

*December 3rd to 6th, 2018 Advanced Course:  Sinus Lift

At the University Fransisco Marroquin, Guatemala Class Limit: 8 Licensed Dentists 40 CE Credits

*February 18th to 22nd, 2019    Dental Implant Surgical Seminar (Beginning to Intermediate Skill build)

At the University Fransisco Marroquin, Guatemala Class Limit: 16 Licensed Dentists 40 CE Credits

Patients receive free dental implant placement surgery (crowns not included)

Dentists learn proper protocol, procedure, how to read CT Scans, perform guided surgery, and hands-on clinical training to perform simple dental implant procedures (1-3 teeth in pre-screened good candidates for a successful surgery) under supervision with mentorship by implantologists during all procedures to ensure patient safety, proper placement, and are committed to successful surgical outcomes.

Typically, the 16 participants help 60 patients in the course of the training receive free dental implant placement surgery for 1-3 missing teeth and some patients who are missing multiple teeth may apply to see if they would be good candidates for this type of free surgical services. 80 patients may apply to be considered for free surgical services yet Dr. Termechi personally evaluates, reviews, and determines which patients are the best candidate for Dental Implant Surgical Seminar services to ensure a successful outcome for both patients and provider. Like a dental clinic in many universities, rigorous evaluation and screening of which patients are good candidates for successful surgical outcomes is the first step. The only barrier to entry for participants is to be a licensed dentist.

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Carolyn Barth, CEO

Digital Content Strategy LLC

ceo@digitalcontentstrategy.com

773.255.8584

https://digitalcontentstrategy.com

 

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