The world's implant program

It is among the most respected and comprehensive training programs in implant dentistry offered in university settings throughout the U.S. and internationally, the course presenters include renowned university faculty, world-class clinicians and the top authorities in implant dentistry.
The AAID implant program provides 300 or more hours of lecture, laboratory sessions, live surgical demonstrations and clinical work. It is presented in 10 parts, over a 10-month period.  Dentists who graduate from an approved MaxiCourse® will meet the minimum educational requirements for Associate Fellowship in the AAID and may proceed to achieve fellow status till obtaining the American board of implantology certificate.

What is the American Academy of implant dentistry

•    Established in 1951, the AAID is the only dental implant organization that offers credentials recognized by state and federal courts.  Its membership, which exceeds 5,000, includes general dentists, oral surgeons, periodontists and prosthodontists from across the United States and in more than 60 other countries, learn more.
•    The AAID won a court case along with three other dental organizations in texas resulting in the ability for dentists who have earned board certification from the Certifying Board sponsored by the American Academy of Implant Dentistry may now advertise that they are specialists in the state of Texas

What you will learn

you will  know everything about different diagnostic procedures you need for accurate treatment planning , different  clinical procedures you need before, during & after implaant placement.

You will enjoy implantology !  Come  and join us .

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What you will practice ?

You will practice 10 implant cases in 10 months including ridge augmentation , ridge splitting  & sinus lifting.

Clinical sessions will be 2  times per month .

Registration for the next cohort is open

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