Courses

January–November 2024

January–November 2024
Various locations. Please see schedule for details.
Our Implant Residency for Practicing Dentists course is designed for general dentists who want to begin performing both the surgical and prosthetic components of dental implant treatment. This course meets the initial educational requirements of implant dentistry as set out by the RCDSO (Educational Requirements & Professional Responsibilities for Implant Dentistry). In this 16…

September 2024–May 2025

September 2024–May 2025
Online
This is an ONLINE course. A dental practice is a business. To be successful, it requires an effective system, a well-trained team, and organized methods of operation. Our Dental Practice Management course is designed to provide dental practitioners with the knowledge and management skills to make their dental practice successful. Being a comprehensive course that touches on many…

September 20 - 22, 2024

September 20 - 22, 2024
89 Chestnut St, Toronto
REGISTER SOON - LIMITED ATTENDANCE This is a HANDS-ON course. Our Small Field-of-View Cone Beam CT (CBCT) course is designed to introduce dentists to the principles of CBCT and its applications in dentistry. This course meets the educational requirements for using small field-of-view dental CT scanners as set out by the RCDSO (Standards of Practice – Dental CT Scanners). Dentists who…

October 4, 2024

October 4, 2024
89 Chestnut St, Toronto
REGISTER SOON - LIMITED ATTENDANCE This is a HANDS-ON course. Implant dentistry has evolved over the past thirty plus years to provide predictable clinical outcomes and improved quality of life for many patients.  Clinical challenges still exist that require unique solutions and treatment modalities to improve success rates.  This didactic and model-based hands-on workshop will…

October 4-5, 2024

October 4-5, 2024
89 Chestnut St, Toronto
Category 1 course approved by the RCDSO Temporomandibular disorders (TMD) are the most common cause of nondental orofacial pain, and the second most frequent painful musculoskeletal disorder after chronic low back pain. TMD affect 1/6 Canadians, mostly women. Painful TMD can affect the muscles of mastication and/or the temporomandibular joints and are characterized primarily by spontaneous pain…