This is a unique opportunity to spend two full days performing a variety of surgical procedures, with Dr. Rasner right there to guide you when needed. Each day starts with a brief lecture period, followed by a full day of surgery. Doctors work in teams of two, taking turns as doctor and assistant.
This intimate course is limited to eight doctors. We strive to meet each attendee where they are in their surgical journey. Cases will be assigned based on the experience and goals of the participants. All patients will be ASA 1 or 2, and all will be monitored during treatment. Participants will work in teams of two, taking turns as doctor and assistant.
You will perform surgeries both days
The ultimate goal in any extraction is to leave the site prepared to receive an implant, even if an implant is not in the patient’s immediate plans. With that in mind, the day opens with discussion of techniques designed to leave the socket intact and repair it when necessary.
Upon registration, each doctor will be asked their goals for the course. We do our best to match those goals with the available case load.
All patients are sedated with Dr. Rasner’s protocol, which we will cover in the lecture. We anesthetize the patients for you, so your time is spent performing procedures. Doctors will work in teams of two, taking turns as doctor and assistant. Dr. Rasner will review the case with you and then be available for guidance as needed.
Cases that are seen at every course include teeth broken below the gingiva and teeth adjacent to delicate esthetics. We spend about ninety minutes in lecture each morning, and the remainder of the day, you are performing surgery.
Following this course, participants can expect to be able to:
- Understand techniques to address any tooth
- Perform four suturing techniques and know when to employ them
- Understand socket preservation techniques and which to choose when
- See red flags and select the safest patients
- Use appropriate antibiotic coverage
- Be familiar with case presentation and determining fees
- Understand the necessary legal documentation
- Understand the benefits of oral sedation
Questions and answers
Following the surgical sessions, all attendees will participate by sharing the challenges they faced and having an open opportunity to clarify any of the procedures demonstrated.
At the table
All attendees are invited to dinner on Friday at a local restaurant selected by Dr. Rasner. Up for discussion will be anything from practice management and growth tips to clinical gems to improve your productivity.
16 CE Units
You do not need a NJ license to participate
*A $2000 deposit is required and if paid in full 4 months in advance, receive our Early Bird discount of $250.
Cancellations made less than 2 months prior to the start of the course are non-refundable.
Program dates are subject to change. By registering, you agree to use of course photos in promotional materials.
Dr. Ken Eye
Dr. Andrew Galante
Dr. Rob Hales
Dates & Times
- Spring 2024 March 8-9, 2024 Friday 07:00am-05:00pm Saturday 07:00am-05:00pm
- Fall 2024 September 27-28, 2024 Friday 07:00am-05:00pm Saturday 07:00am-05:00pm
2106 West Landis Avenue
Vineland, NJ 08360
The two-day hands-on course (16 CE hours); light breakfast and lunch both days and dinner with Dr. Rasner on Friday.
Attendees are responsible for their own travel expenses. The Hampton Inn Vineland is directly next to the course location at 2134 West Landis Avenue, Vineland, NJ 08360, 856-405-0600.
Two other hotels are just a few steps further:
Wingate by Wyndham Vineland
Ramada Vineland/ Millville