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Atraumatic Extractions & Grafting Techniques & Intro to Guided Dental Implants

Dr. Ara Nazarian

April 26April 27

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CE Credits: 17

Program Description

This course is a hands-on live patient two-day program, where the course participants will learn atraumatic extraction and grafting techniques as well as an introduction to guided dental implants, including, but not limited to:

• Atraumatic and efficient extraction techniques that preserve bone and shorten surgery time in preparation for dental implants and/or a denture;
• How to achieve predictable grafting results including an overview of what materials to use, when and why – including the importance of membranes;
• The proper armamentarium for leveling bone and grafting predictably;
• Suturing techniques that achieve consistent primary closure, including proper suturing when placing a membrane;
• The pre-operative planning and surgical techniques involved to set the foundation for dental implant placement;
• How to get started with implementing single and multiple dental implants into their practice, including each of the following on a high-level basis’;
• Diagnosis and treatment planning;
• Restorative options & suggested costs;
• Anatomical Considerations;
• Safe & predictable posterior implant strategies;
• Implant protocol for posterior Implant placement;
• Aesthetic & functional considerations;
• Radiographic interpretation & planning;
• 3D virtual treatment planning;
• Surgical guide overview;
• Indications for immediate loading and “same-day” teeth;
• Provisional and permanent restorations;
• Surgical set-up & instrumentation – including surgical & prosthetic components;
• Case presentation for patient acceptance that works;
• Implant marketing overview;
• Complication management;
• Medication protocols;
• Lab communication for optimal results;
• Proven patient communication techniques to explain the procedures to your patients to ensure patient acceptance of your treatment plans; and
• Proven business and marketing tips on how to make your office more profitable and efficient related to extractions, grafting and dental implants.

In addition to extraction and grafting techniques this course is geared towards GP’s who want to learn how to get started with implementing single and multiple dental implants into their practice, or GP’s that are already placing implants but more predictable results. This course will discuss indications for immediate placement into a socket site following an extraction and immediate loading of temporary teeth so the patients have “same-day” teeth following the placement of the implant(s).  A thorough overview of predictable implant placement and restoration techniques will be discussed in a simple and easy to follow manner. This introductory to intermediate program will not be over your head or too advanced – but provide the basics on getting started with your implant journey or refining your implant placement techniques.  This course will also introduce you to guided dental implants if you are not already using guided surgery for your dental implants. Learn how guided dental surgery with surgical guides can make your implants more predictable.


Course is open to licensed U.S. and Canadian dentists only.  No special license or additional insurance is needed for out-of-state dentists.

If you are only looking for extraction experience and are not interested in grafting and dental implants at this time, please consider the AMP1 program. AMP1 is not a prerequisite for AMP2, where AMP2 can be taken without taking AMP1.

Event Details


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Amplify Dental Training Center

27251 Gratiot Avenue
Roseville, MI 48066 United States
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Speaker Bio

Dr. Ara Nazarian

Dr. Nazarian maintains a private practice in Troy, Michigan, with an emphasis on comprehensive and restorative care. He is a Diplomate in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists (ICOI). His articles have been published in many of today’s popular dental publications and is consistently listed as a top dental educator. He has conducted many lectures and hands-on workshops on aesthetic materials and dental implants throughout the United States, Europe, and Asia.