First Dental Implant

First Dental Implant Course

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Do you want to provide simple implant placement AND restoration in YOUR own office? This unique     “First Implant” protocol will show you how on every level. This technique will allow you to place a dental implant ABOVE the standard of care for implant placement.

Stop referring out simple implants!
As seen in Dentistry Today:  The 3 part series on “First Implant” August, October, December 2011 Authored by Dr. Tischler and Scott Ganz, DMD

Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD
Best implant course I have taken and can’t wait to start.

Bobby Crohon, DDS Highland Mills, NY
” The course was exciting, informative, very easy to understand. The wealth of information is invaluable ”

La Rita Woods DDS Brooklyn, NY
“Very practical useful course. No question that it will help me to proceed with in-office implant placement. ”

Steven Sessler, DDS Cuba, NY





This unique protocol requires the attendee to have no prior surgical experience and no sutures are used. Following this

protocol makes it almost impossible not to place an implant in the safest manner with the utmost predictability.

The “First Implant” course given Nationally at various locations as a one day hands-on course. This is given by Michael

Tischler, DDS . This one day out of office course offers the “First Implant” technique in detail , for the attendee. A

handout given allows the attendee to follow up on the actual sequence. This one day course is a great overview with a hands

on component. Attendance is limited to 25 attendee.  It is recommended that the “First Implant” Mentorship program be

utilized to fully integrate the materials presented. Dates for this course can be found here.

Course Topics and Outline for one day course

Treatment planning and justification for single implant placement
Why provide dental implants as a treatment option in your office
Choosing which dental implant system to use
Unique advantages of the Biohorizons 3 in-one abutment and surgical kit.
Selecting your “First Implant” implant patients and medical history flags
Diagnostic models and analysis of occlusion
Picking the ideal site for your first implant placement using clear criteria
Assessing the anatomy of a “First Implant ” site
Assessing crown to implant ratio in relation to available bone
Understanding implant parts and pieces and implant design
Space requirements for a dental implant, height and width
Equipment and instruments you need to place your first implant
Appointing with confidence implant patients and scheduling details
Pharmacology protocol for implant placement
Informed consent forms for implant placement
Radiographic imaging technique review
Cone Beam CT for implant planning: imaging services and creation of templates
Pre surgical appointment steps
The first appointment with the patient:” what to look for and say”
Your staffs role in implant treatment planning

Surgically placing a dental implant using surgical guides and planning
Hands on placement of an implant onto models with a surgical guide
Review of imaging sequence: from CT guides to surgical guides
Clearly spelled out protocol of the sequence of events
Pre and post operative protocol for your first implant
The day of the appointment: what to do
Setting up a sterile protocol
Your staff’s role in implant placement
Review of drilling sequence and surgical kit needed
Utilizing a tissue punch and tissue marker
Soft tissue- What you need to know
Radiographic checks during surgery
Caveats of surgery and dealing with complications
Review of bone anatomy: location, density, and volume
Provisionalization techniques of a placed implant
Abutment preparation for immediate non functional temporaries.
Photographing your implant cases
Follow up appointments to your “First Implant”
Chart write-ups for dental implants and medical legal protection
Hands-on model work that mimics the entire “First Implant” protocol

Restoring a dental implant with a cement retained crown
Impressing and preparing an abutment hands on
The closed tray impression technique
Screw vs cement retained crowns
Laboratory communication for dental implants
Cementation techniques and materials
Impression materials
Progressive bone loading with the temporary
Abutment choices and design and utilizing the stock abutment
Creating implant protected occlusion
Hygiene for dental implants
Your staffs role in implant restoration
Assessing the health of an dental implant

As a General Dentist, you can safely place and restore a dental implant in adequate bone in your own dental practice with

the help of a CT Scan and imaging planning service. That is the goal of this unique “First Implant” course and protocol! As

a General Dentist, Dr. Tischler has placed thousands of dental implants and has taught advanced techniques of implant

placement, bone grafting and implant prosthetics for many years. In this focused course, he  will clearly spell out the

steps needed to plan, place and restore a General Dentist’s first dental implant. This is a unique opportunity from a

leader in the field of implant dentistry.

Introducing the surgical and restorative aspects of implant dentistry for the first time to a dental practice is a big step

for any dentist! This unique protocol respects that important decision on every level. The clinical and practice management

aspects of the introduction of dental implants into a dental practice is addressed in detail in this course. The financial

decisions involved with introducing implant dentistry to a dental practice are covered also. The financial aspects are

important  for every clinician.

This is a step by step CT Scan based protocol, that makes implant placement incredibly safe, and simple. No sutures, or

scalpel blades are used. With this unique protocol your patients will have a temporary restoration at the time of surgery.

The “First Implant Protocol” is backed up by years of success and support from published dental literature.

Available Mentorship Program for “First Dental Implant” attendees.

Once an attendee has attended the “First Implant”  course, a mentorship program is available to the attendee. The “First

Implant Mentorship Program”  allows you to work with Dr. Tischler and his staff on your first implant case. This unique

mentorship program, with you assisting Dr. Tischler in surgery at his office on your patient, and you restoring the case in

your office is only available to “First Implant” course attendees. This is an available option that further solidifies the

principles taught in the course. The setting for this is at Tischler Dental’s unique surgical center in Woodstock, NY,

allowing you and your staff to see all working protocols first hand and be able to bring the principles of successfully

delivering implant dentistry to your office. The separate staff training program allows the doctor to know, all details of

the “First Implant” protocol will be carried out by their staff.

This One Day course will guide a General Dentist through every step, and the rationale  needed so that simple implant

placement and restoration can take place in the clinician’s own practice. This specific protocol includes special pricing

from vendors for all instruments needed and special pricing for course attendees for mobile CT scans.

There is a consistent emphasis on treatment planning and placing a dental implant utilizing a CT Scan. Through the use of a

CT Scan for planning and surgical guides, a clinician is medically-legally protected, and guided how to place a dental

implant in the safest way, by the standard of care set forth by your peers.

This course will provide the General Dentist with the proper tools and protocols to instill the confidence that will allow

for this state-of-the-art treatment modality to be incorporated into your daily practice.  Why wait…  reap the rewards of

providing this essential service to your patients!  The patients in a General Dental practice want to have this service

performed by their Dentist that they trust. The course will include hands-on model work, handouts and detailed instruction

by Dr. Tischler.