The Implant Cases You Should be Doing

Introduction to Implant Placement 

Including a Live Surgery 

This 1-1/2 day implant placement course will teach you how to implement implants into your practice.  Learn everything from proper case selection and screening to a step-by-step guide of implant placement and the pitfalls to avoid. Review clinical cases and learn how to properly diagnose and treatment plan cases. Learn about the importance of soft tissue preservation as well as restorative options. On Day 2, the dentist will perform a live surgery on a patient with the guidance of our expert instructors.
Course Schedule and Details:

Saturday, Sept. 28
8 am — 5 pm
Greater St. Louis Dental Society Office
11457 Olde Cabin Rd Unit 300
Creve Coeur, MO 63141

Sunday, Sept. 29
8 am - 2 pm
100 West Dental, 13759 Manchester Road
Ballwin, MO 63011

FEE:  $4,500  (Ask about our 0% interest payment plan!) 
Learning Objectives:
  • Learn single implant placement
  • Case selection and screening
  • Review Panorex and CBCT
  • Step by step implant placement review
  • Review clinical cases
  • Avoid pitfalls
  • Learn the restoration process (digital and analog)

Limited to 6 Attendees!  (must have MO dental license to perform live surgery. Out of state dentists are welcome and will assist licensed MO dentist with surgery)
Dentist has option to bring own patient!

14 CE Credits

Questions?  Call Randi Miller 314.605.6964

About Your Instructors 

Robert Reti, DDS, FACS, FACD, FICD
Dr. Reti completed his general surgery and Oral & Maxillofacial surgery training at Tufts Medical Center in 2013, a pediatric and adult trauma level 1 hospital in Boston. During this time he was the Division I representative for the Resident Committee of the Academy of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery. After completing his residency in 2013 Dr. Reti was selected for an advanced fellowship in Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery at Mercy Hospital in St. Louis, where he trained with some of the cities most respected facial cosmetic, maxillofacial and occuloplastic surgeons. It was during this time he was able to hone his advanced skills in dental implantology, TMJ disorders, bone grafting, facial trauma, obstructive sleep apnea and facial cosmetic surgery. Dr. Reti is a clinical instructor of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery at ATSU school of dental medicine, clinical instructor of plastic and reconstructive surgery at Washington University school of Medicine and Division Chief of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery at Mercy South Hospital.
Brandon Prior, DMD
Dr. Prior earned his bachelor’s degree in Biology at Southern Illinois University –  Edwardsville. After college, he went on to complete his specialized Doctor of Medicine in Dentistry degree at Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine. Passionate about helping people experience life-changing dentistry, he has pursued advanced education and training in the areas of cosmetic solutions and dental implants. Dr. Prior has been involved in restoring and planning dental   implant cases from single implants to complex full mouth rehabilitation using the latest technologies.