Sterngold releases mid-year course schedule

Sterngold Dental has released its 2021 Course Schedule for the rest of the year, and it is packed with options for the busy clinician/dentist and dental laboratory technician. Combining digital and in-person delivery, through live and on-demand formats, the course line-up has been thoughtfully planned to provide opportunities to enhance knowledge and skills, as well as increase service options and revenue, at a convenient schedule.

There are over 50 courses available and more may still be added before winter. With eighty percent of the courses at no cost, nearly all accord continuing education credits. Covered in lecture and hands-on formats are topics showcasing successful mini-implant placement, conventional implant overdenture retention techniques for the maxilla and mandible, best practices and technical insights into digital dentures, attachments, 3D-guided surgery, and holistic treatment options. True subject matter experts who are key opinion leaders in busy practices, certified dental technicians, and other dental professionals with education credentials and deep experience collaborated with Sterngold in developing the outline and syllabus for each course.

Now that travel restrictions have eased up, Sterngold Dental has brought back its popular one-day, onsite implant courses combining lectures and hands-on techniques for experiential learning.

Dr Matthew Hallas has consolidated his popular “Retain It: Solutions for Achieving Surgical & Restorative Success in the Edentulous Mandible” five-part webinar series into a one-day, seven-CE credit course in Chicago, Illinois, United States, with two dates available. Meanwhile, Dr Ian Erwood will deliver a two-in-one mini-implant course in Orlando, Florida, US, with a choice between two dates for seven CE credits.

Sterngold continues to consider feedback for improvement and expansion of topics. For instance, the upcoming “Retain It: Maxillary Arch – Clinical Guidelines for Implant Overdenture Treatment Options” webinar in August is an outcome of the demand for a maxillary version of the popular mandibular course series.

Gene Peterson, director of Technical Development and Learning, welcomes any suggestion or request: “If we don’t offer the course at the moment and it falls in our wheelhouse, we will gladly consider making it available.”