Implant Dentistry with Case Acceptance Chips – 4 Course Series


Restorative practices see at least one patient with a missing tooth every day. Implant dentistry provides an opportunity to offer patients increased self-esteem, enhanced chewing capabilities and optimal treatment while boosting practice revenue. Help patients see the value in and say “Yes!” to reach your practice’s full implant potential.

4 CE credits over 4 courses

Implant Dentistry with Case Acceptance Chips - 4 Course Series

This package includes these classes, all 1 credit CE — AGD code 690 Implants:

Developing your Implant Core as a General Dentist to Improve Patient Care and Production

with Dr. Paul Goodman

A Recipe for Making Optimal Implant Nachos with Your Dental Laboratory

with John Wilson

Basic Nacho Ingredients to Manage the Surgical and Restorative Side of Implant Dentistry

with Dr. Robert Slauch

Extractions and Socket Grafting for the GP

with Dr. Karl Koerner

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the role of the general dentist in implant dentistry and how to predictably and responsibly add implant placement to your practice toolkit
  • Review a case selection protocol that identifies straightforward implant cases
  • Learn effective consultation techniques that increase case acceptance
  • Demystify front desk insurance coding and billing strategies Identify staff systems that take the “hasslefactor” out of the parts and pieces of implants
  • Discover how to work synergistically with your specialist Explore techniques for extraction and socket preservation (bone grafting) to build your own ideal implant sites.
  • Assess post-operative care management to ensure patient comfort and safety.
  • Review internal and external marketing programs which can improve practice revenue.
  • Participate in complex case assessment and execution.
  • Capitalize on the hidden production in your practice by enhancing implant case acceptance

Meet Your Instructors

Dr. Paul Goodman

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 2002, Dr. Goodman pursued additional training at Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia. During his general practice residency and hospital fellowship at Albert Einstein Medical Center, Dr. Goodman had the fortunate opportunity to learn how to place and restore dental implants.  

Dr. Paul Goodman is also known as Dr. Nacho.  Founder of the Dental Nachos Facebook group dedicated to helping dentists and teams increase their success, happiness and most of all, have more fun dentisting. Dr. Goodman lives in Center City, Philadelphia with his wife, Mary, and their two daughters, Daphne & Drew.  They love all Philadelphia has to offer, especially the fantastic restaurant scene.Visit or to learn more. 

Paul Goodman, DMD

John Wilson

John Wilson DTG takes digital dental craftsmanship to new heights. Born, raised and educated in California he is 35 year veteran to the trade. He has the honor of being named as a prestigious member of the Dental Technicians Guild. He currently is owner and operator of Sunrise Dental Laboratory located in Yucaipa Ca. This full service lab specializes in digital implant dentistry and full mouth restorations. John lectures both nationally and internationally on digital dentistry topics and is currently a key opinion leader for 3shape, GC America, and Argen. John has been published in numerous trade magazines highlighting both technology and business relations.

Dr. Karl Koerner

Dr. Koerner has presented hundreds of didactic and participation oral surgery courses to general dentists in the U.S. and abroad. He has been an Associate Professor and is now an Adjunct Professor at Roseman College of Dental Medicine (Roseman University of Health Sciences) in Utah.

Dr. Koerner is the author of many articles on various aspects of oral surgery for the general dentist and has authored or co-authored four books on oral surgery. In addition, he has made several surgery DVDs with Dr. Gordon Christensen. He is a past president of the Utah Dental Association and Utah Academy of General Dentistry. Though not an oral surgeon, Dr. Koerner received surgery training in the U.S. Army and in his Utah general practice performed only oral surgery for over 20 years. He was given the National AGD’s Weclew Award for contributions to general dentistry and dental education.

Dr. Robert Slauch

Robert W. Slauch, DDS, MDSc, FACP is a surgically trained board-certified prosthodontist. He is a Diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics and Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists. Dr. Slauch provides quality restorative patient treatment including placement of dental implants as well as complete smile makeover solutions utilizing the All-on-4/6 treatment concept and his practice’s trademarked Teeth in a Day® immediate load protocol. He also provides esthetic crowns, bridges, veneers and state-of-the-art digital dentures. Dr. Slauch maintains a full-time private practice schedule in two offices (Pi Dental Center in Fort Washington, PA and Pennington Dental Associates in Pennington, NJ). He is also Adjunct Faculty in the Department of Restorative Sciences at UPenn School of Dental Medicine.

Dr. Slauch is a native of the Philadelphia area. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State University, where he also played baseball. He earned his DDS from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry and completed his specialty training in Prosthodontics, Dental Implant Surgery, and a Masters Degree from the University of Connecticut Health Center.

Dr. Slauch is heavily engaged in scientific research  and has been published in several dental journals. In addition, he has achieved national recognition from the American College of Prosthodontists and the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics for his research. He was one of six national finalists in the 2019 John J. Sharry Research Competition hosted by the American College of Prosthodontists.

Dr. Robert Slauch