Implants for Dummies

Are you interested in learning more about dental implants? We'll unveil the surgical process and aftercare secrets for long-lasting implant success. Plus, gain the knowledge to navigate implant decisions with confidence.

Implants for Dummies

This comprehensive 2-course series delves into the world of implant dentistry, providing you with the essential understanding of what implants are, how they function, and how to maintain them for long-lasting oral health.

Upon completing both courses, you’ll gain the knowledge and tools to guide patients through the implant journey and position yourself for professional growth, ensuring exceptional clinical outcomes and practice expansion.


  • 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
  • Understand and communicate the importance of post-treatment recare  
  • Summarize implant evaluation and maintenance protocols
  • Review the decision tree for implant patients

Implants for Dummies: Bundle – $139

This series is ideal for dental professionals seeking to enhance their understanding of implants.

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Implants For Dummies Part 1: What You Need to Know About Dental Implants But Were Afraid to Ask  – $99

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.

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Implants for Dummies Part 2: Maintenance of Dental Implants – $69

The maintenance of a dental implant is as crucial as its osseointegration. Patients must understand how to maintain the oral environment post-implant and restorative placement. Additionally, the dental professional can encourage and support the implant patient while maintaining the implant following current professional protocols is reviewed. 

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Ann Marie DePalma



Starting from
$ 69

Credit Hours:


AGD Subject Code:

690 – Implants

Provider Approval:

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

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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