The program provides for didactic & participation requirements for qualifying exams of credentialing organizations.
Our mission is to educate healthcare professional and advances healthcare education through its innovative educational model; it creates and disseminates new knowledge; it impacts the health, education, advance the science of implant dentistry through education and research for the benefit of mankind. To further the cause of education, Roseman University presents a rigorous 300 hour curriculum covering the entire spectrum ranging from basic science to advanced implant concepts.
The course is divided into 9 modules with each module spread over three days. Every module has hands on exercises and or live demonstrations and surgical participation. A detailed curriculum is listed under the course overview tab. The course was developed keeping in mind the needs of the learner. The curriculum is case and evidence based.
The course is not system or product based. During the course several implant systems are taught. The participants will be familiar with most of the popular systems in the world and will be able to restore with ease almost any implant.
The faculty who teach at the course are pioneers and educators. They are experts in the subject matter that they have been chosen to cover. They are eager to share their wealth of information and have offered to mentor the participants and are available to help with their cases.
We promise to deliver the finest that there is in dental implant training.
300 Hours CE Credits | Implants & prosthetic components provided | Surgical Instrument Set included with course valued over $1200 | 40 min from Park City, Utah
DDS: $18,500 | Students: $12,500 | Alumni: $16,500
Register by August 15 to receive early bird pricing (listed above)!
Roseman University South Jordan Campus
Module 1: October 11 – 13 | Module 2: November 15 – 17 | Module 3: December 13 – 15 | Module 4: January 17 – 19, 2020 | Module 5: February 14 – 16 | Module 6: March 6 – 8 | Module 7: April 17 – 19 | Module 8: May 15 – 17