The advanced surgical & prosthetic certificate of the Oral Implantology Program is designed for general dentists of all implant experience levels, as well as specialists in the field of prosthodontics, periodontics, and endodontics. The goal of the program is to provide doctors with the right tools for a successful career in implant dentistry.

The Australian Implant Institute and its world-renowned faculty have developed the most comprehensive curriculum focusing on essential information that is immediately useful to doctors, their staff, and their patients. Through in-class interactive lectures, online webinars, hands-on laboratory sessions, live-patient surgical experiences, and much more, participants will gain the highest level of knowledge and technical skills necessary to provide safe, appropriate, and efficient treatments.

Understanding the value of the time invested to complete the certificate of the Oral Implantology Program, CII offers a unique opportunity for doctors to fully customize their program track to best fit their availability while having the least impact on their practice.

The program consists of four modules for a total of 1,000 CE units: Didactic/In-Class Lecture Module, Live Patient Surgical Externship Module (perform 30+ surgical implant placements and 10+ bone grafting procedures), Advanced Implant-Oriented Prosthodontics Training, CAD/CAM Computer Guided Module (hands-on workshop focused on implant surgery), Academic and Research Module.


  • Academic in-class learning.
  • Hands-on LIVE patient training: Perform over 30 surgical implant placements and up to 10 bone grafting procedures on LIVE patients. All patients provided by the Australian Implant Institute. In addition, you will assist with just as many cases for more exposure.
  • Hands-on All-on-4® training, including the restorative phase, on LIVE patients.
  • Hands-on computer-guided implant surgery on LIVE patients
  • Hands-on advanced implant prosthodontics training.
  • Hands-on CAD/CAM training.
    Research module with academic assignments.