Hands On CE courses.

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Question for practicing dentists - where do you get you CE courses from? The kind that you use to really learn a new skill.
Which ones have you completed in the past year?

Looking for recommendations.

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Gordon Christensen's practical clinical courses has some good hands-on ones out in Utah. Added plus is they have a significant new grad discount if you are less than 5 years out of school. Be prepared to spend a lot for any hands on courses but they are fun and worth it IMO
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For implant surgery, go to the Pikos Institute in Trinity, Florida. Dr. Pikos has lectures, lab workshops, and live cases, all within a small atmosphere that allows direct interaction with him and his faculty.
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