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Frequently Asked Questions

What if I cannot make a module?

We understand that emergencies happen, however we do expect you to try and attend every module, after all it’s your learning pathway. We may be able to accommodate you on another cohort, but you are required to call us as soon as possible.

My principal places implants – will this be a problem?

This is not a problem if you are paying for the course. But for referring dentists: Ope promises to train and take you under his wing with the previso that your implant patients are referred to London Dental Specialists (this is why the course is free). If your principal requires you to refer to an in-house implant surgeon, please consider this conflict of interest and it may be best that you pay for the course.

What to discuss with your Principal

What further training will I receive?

Top ups: We will be providing endless top-up days once you have completed this basic course. Which can be designed around your needs.

These sessions are often the most useful as we get the opportunity to discuss cases; the successes and the failures. These sessions are highly informative. We ask you to bring cases along. Specialists in Periodontics, Endodontics and Orthodontics are usually present.

Do I need to find my own patients?

You are required to find a minimum of 5 implant patients.

It is essential during dental implant training that delegates gain practical implant experience, on real patients. We can only provide mentoring if delegates source and refer their own patients to London dental specialists.

Ope will provide mentoring on every patient which he is referred.

Please don’t worry you have a year to find them!

Who will place implants in my patients?

Your chosen implant patients will have their implants placed by Dr Ope Sodeinde in Devonshire Place, London. You are invited to observe.

How much should I quote my patient?

For your first couple of cases Ope always recommends giving patients a ball-park figure of £2-3,000 per implant. That figure covers the whole treatment.

Would it be possible to observe the surgical procedures and planning of my own patients?

Yes absolutely – As long as you are a referring practice, you can be involved with every aspect of the case.


Frequently Asked Questions FAQ

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