At OsteoReady™, we’re very proud to be able to offer a multitude of different ways to achieve CE credits. Not only do we have a 2-Day Mini-Residency course, speaking tours and one-on-one mentorship programs, but every once in a while an exclusive webinar will be available to participate in.
It started as a report from 2010i: Europe would hold the new pathway for financial success with dental implants. Sure enough, Spain and Italy are at the top of the line. The surprising changes to their industries have given faith that implantology will continue to grow, and the U.S.
As a practitioner, you want to provide the best care for your patients. In order to do this you want first-class tools. A top-notch implant requires a top-notch payment. This can cause problems for practices that see the everyday patient.
It’s an exciting time for any child, losing one’s deciduous teeth. That wiggle, wiggle feeling until – pop! Out the tooth comes, and the trade for money under the pillow actually made children excited to go to sleep.
A Harsh Reality
20-year-old Alex Kerr lost six of her front teeth after being hit by a car when cycling home after work.
Here at OsteoReady™ we like to tackle things head on. It’s important to remember that implementing implant placement in one’s practice is more than just an added service. It’s an opportunity that can lead to reaching more clients by providing a procedure to improve their life and oral care habits.
OsteoReady™ implants are made of grade 5 titanium, which has a composition of 6% aluminum, 4% vanadium, 0.25% iron, 0.2% oxygen and the remainder titanium.
Dr. Anthony Feck is a man of many titles: he’s the Dean of Faculty at DOCS Education, the Clinical Director of Six Month Smiles®, the co-founder of Sunrise Dental Solutions, and of course, an OsteoReady™ faculty member. For those of you unfamiliar with Dr.
We’re all straight shooters here at OsteoReady™ and want to ensure that every dentist who places dental implants does so in a way that is safe and beneficial for their patients. That’s why this month’s theme is dental implant failures and complications.