My first few years as a dentist didn’t involve dental implants, and most of it was due to my lack of surgical confidence. It wasn’t like I needed to include dental implants in my practice – business was booming without it. Then, the Crash of 2008 happened, and it opened my eyes to the importance of offering a variety of services that cater to a broader market. One of these is dental implants, a procedure that, to this day, not many dentists provide. I invested in learning the basics and advanced implant procedures, allowing my practice to grow exponentially. It was one of the best decisions I have made in my career.
Today, I share the economics of including implants in your practice, how many you can typically do in a year, and the potential earnings you’re missing out on by not offering it. I discuss why there’s never a ‘perfect time’ to start offering dental implants. I describe my first implant experience and my takeaways from that day. I explain the different side effects of having implants in your practice and what you can expect from our program and course offerings. I also share how technology has made doing implants easier, more profitable, and more efficient than other popular services.
"Implant dentistry should be done at the highest level; it should be done with the most predictability and the most scalability – and technology delivers that." – Tarun Agarwal
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