Implants For Dummies Part 1 - What You Need to Know About Dental Implants But Were Afraid to Ask

Implants are the standard of care for edentulous areas. A patient with implants is different from a patient with a natural dentition. Does the team understand the difference?

Implants For Dummies Part 1 - What You Need to Know About Dental Implants But Were Afraid to Ask

As more patients are seeking dental implants as viable restorative options, all dental team members should grasp the role implants play in the maintenance of oral health.  Sometimes, team members need clarification on the process and how implants differ from natural teeth. To maintain the optimum health of the patient and the implant, team members must understand how the patient and the dental professional can maintain the implant through its many components from the beginning of the implant process.

Course Objectives:

  • Discuss the role of implants in the maintenance of oral health
  • Categorize implant types and components
  • Identify contraindications and criteria for implant success
  • Review surgical and prosthetic implant processes

Length: 1.5 HOURS | Credits: 1.5 CE | AGD Code: 690 – Implants

Ann Marie DePalma

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$ 99.00

Credit Hours:


AGD Subject Code:

690 – Implants

Provider Approval:

Nationally Recognized (AGD-PACE) Academy of General Dentistry Program approval for Continuing Education

Who the course is for:

Dental Assistants
Dental Hygienists
Front Desk
Office Managers
Scheduling Coordinators
Team Leaders & Regional Managers

Self Study:

Access to recording and any resources for 1 year

What Dental Zing students say

I really enjoyed the course. It was everything as promised, and more!

Kelvin Black, DDS

I definitely recommend taking a course. Once you start, you won’t want to stop. I’m learning so much!!!

Zasha Swan, Office Manager

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