The mission of SCIENCE OF IMPLANTS is to bring dental research results to life. The current high incidence of complications related to implantology makes it urgent to design courses that will minimize the danger these emerging complication pose to dental practice. Through the use of recent longitudinal studies, the most common complications can be identified and effective treatments presented to manage them. Saving natural teeth with innovative and minimally invasive periodontal procedures is also the focus of SCIENCE OF IMPLANTS.
The economic aspects of periodontal treatment and implant reconstruction and costs associated with treatment failure as well as long term maintenance will also be addressed. Better communication with our laboratory technician colleagues can save practicing dentists time and money. We collaborate with leading laboratory technicians to learn how to improve the efficiency of implant reconstruction protocols and offer greater predictably.
SCIENCE OF IMPLANTS newsletter and social media updates deliver up- to-date implant and periodontal findings in easy to digest bites. Most real world dentists are consumed with running a practice with very little time to keep up with the rapidly enlarging scientific literature that relates to dental implants and periodontics. SCIENCE OF IMPLANTS reviews the recent dental literature for articles that can make an impact in clinical practice. They are summarized and emailed to our dentist subscribers.
CE courses with an emphasis on hands-on learning will be offered in periodontology and implantology and are based on the best available evidence from the emerging literature.
SCIENCEOFIMPLANTS.COM will host all previous articles and will serve as a forum to discuss these research findings and how they relate to clinical experience.
When the evolving science behind implants is put to use in clinical practice, it results in improved diagnostic skills, increased clinical efficacy, and more predictable treatment results.
Be prepared to be enlightened, and get ready to practice with the greater certainty and improved satisfaction that comes from constantly relating research findings to real world problems. Our patients will be the greatest winners.