AMP 2: Perfecting Atraumatic Extractions and Practical Grafting Techniques

This course is a two-day program, where the attendees will learn atraumatic extraction and grafting techniques. All licensed U.S. and Canadian dentists will have the opportunity to work on live patients provided by us with supervision by our Amplify faculty. No special license is needed for out-of-state dentists. Each dentist can expect to perform at a minimum of ten extractions, and have the opportunity to do many more if desired, including full upper and/or lower cases. Most extractions will be difficult extractions, including broken down or decayed teeth, providing a great learning experience. Each dentist will have the opportunity to graft several socket sites using several different types of graft materials and membranes to determine what products you may like the best for your own practice. Grafting can be complicated and our faculty does a great job to keep everything simple and to ensure there is no confusion regarding grafting following the program.

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    • Roseville, MI

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  • Amplify Dental Training

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