At the Misch International Implant Institute, our mission is to help set and elevate the standard of care in implant dentistry using a literature-based curriculum. This fall, our organization is excited to present Prosthetic Program 1. Tailored to provide an in-depth exploration of advanced prosthodontics and office integration, this continuing education course is one more way our Misch faculty helps dentists worldwide raise standards and bring world-class care to patients across the globe.
Prosthetic Program Session 1 & Your Practice
Participation in a Misch Continuing Education course doesn’t just enhance your credentials as a dentist – it also speaks to how dentists value their patients and the care they provide. Whether you’re just adding dental implants and prosthetics to your practice or have provided these instrumental services for decades, pursuing CE credits provides your patients with the confidence that their practitioner is up-to-date with ever evolving techniques.
Benefit to Dentists
Like any other health organization, dentists are required to complete a certain number of continuing education hours per year in order to stay up to date with latest technologies and treatments. These annual requirements range from state to state, with some requiring licensed dentists to complete specific courses in order to keep their licenses.
Since 1984, the Misch International Implant Institute has provided dentists across the country with the opportunity to complete implant courses and put that time towards annual required hours. As an AGD & ADA CERP program, the Misch Implant Institute helps participants meet their personal annual requirements while augmenting their knowledge in the ever evolving world of dental implants.
How CE Benefits Your Business
At their core, completion of CE credits allows dentists to offer an even greater selection of treatment options for patients. For dental professionals serving high-demand areas, possessing a skill set honed by our AGD & ADA CERP prosthetic course means providing better treatment strategies to the people who need them most.
Another practice-wide benefit of continuing education comes in the form of improving your bottom line. Our course series on dental prosthetics is meant to educate new and experienced dentists in utilizing new technologies and treatments efficiently to provide improved care while increasing revenue, retention, and new patient acquisition. This has a domino-like effect on both the business and treatment side of your practice, including:
- Keeping more, high ROI procedures in-office
- Transitioning to advanced digital technologies, reducing overhead and promoting patient education
- Strategically integrating implant dentistry and other procedures into a patient’s ongoing treatment plan
While most CE courses are often seen as a hassle-inducing investment, Misch courses make this annual requirement worthwhile and fruitful. Discover the benefits of our programs today and book your spot on our upcoming Prosthetic Program Session 1 course, held Sept. 22 at the Mirage Hotel and Casino in Las Vegas.
Hurry – space is limited!