AIE Boot Camp 2022

One-week, intensive course covering implant placement in abundant bone. The same course, but all in one trip. Pick your best week, and get ready to work!

Sep 26 - 30 (Birmingham)
Dec 5 - 9 (Birmingham)
Available: Sold Out
AIE New Orleans 2023

​*Participants can choose either surgical session.

Jan 26 - 28 (New Orleans)
Feb 16 - 18 (Birmingham*)
Mar 23 - 25 (Birmingham*)
Available: Sold Out
AIE Atlanta 2023

​*Participants can choose either surgical session.

Apr 27 - 29 (Atlanta)
May 18 - 20 (Birmingham*)
Jun 8 - 10 (Birmingham*)
Available: Yes!
AIE Boot Camp 2023

One-week, intensive course covering implant placement in abundant bone. The same course, but all in one trip. Pick your best week, and get ready to work! We are the original implant boot camp!

Sep 18 - 22 (Birmingham)
Dec 4 - 8 (Birmingham)
Available: Yes!

For more information, call Scott McCallum at (256) 797-1964 or email at

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Alabama Implant Education

This course centers around live patient care and mentored surgical experiences. For the student this means real patients, real surgery and real education. This curriculum rewards hard work and supports students with high levels of personal attention. Small classes ensure plenty of interaction with our faculty.

Our graduates place implants successfully in their own practices.

Course Didactic Topics
  • Rationale for Implants
  • Basics of implants: terminology, biomechanics, loading
  • Medical evaluation of patients
  • Minor grafting
  • Treatment planning
  • Cone-beam CT and other radiographic assessments
  • Mechanics of placing implants
  • Parts and pieces; instrumentation
  • Complications
  • Immediate placement and load
Course Structure

The Alabama Implant Education course is divided into two segments: the Didactic Portion and the Clinical Portion.

The Didactic Portion is usually offered in large metropolitan areas that are easy to access including Atlanta, Chicago, and Houston.

The Clinical Portion includes a mentored clinical session, and is held in Birmingham, Alabama. Dentists must be licensed in the United States and have professional insurance coverage to participate in clinical exercises.

Session 1

Session 1 classes are held Thursday through Saturday.

There are some hands-on exercises, such as implant placement and suturing, but most of your time is spent in lecture, planning and discussing cases, and establishing foundations of implant care. Lectures focus on the surgical aspect of implant dentistry.

Session 2

Session 2 also runs Thursday through Saturday.

On Thursday, delegates spend the entire day in surgery. Typically, we do 12 surgeries per day, with six in the morning and six in the afternoon. Doctors are encouraged to assist each other chair-side where knowledge is gained watching and assisting.

On Friday, we review and discuss the surgeries from the previous day. Clinicians are always enthusiastic and excited about seeing themselves and their peers successfully place implants. These surgeries offer valuable points for discussion and review, all performed in a residency seminar-type format. Other lectures on Friday focus on restorative aspects of implant dentistry.

Saturday is another surgical day. Course participants can expect to do one or two surgeries, and to assist on another one or two surgeries. The scope of practice for these sessions is placing implants in abundant bone. An example case would be placing 2 implants in the edentulous mandible for an overdenture, or placing an implant in site #19 for an implant-supported crown. Some implants are placed immediately after extracting the tooth.


This course is taught by Drs. Michael McCracken and Guy Rosenstiel.


See sidebar for tuition amount, which varies with course selected. Discounts are available for multiple clinicians taking the course together and can offer substantial savings. Contact us for discount codes (promotional codes) to receive your discount for multiple delegates and groups.

Tuition includes:

  • Extensive didactic instruction
  • Hands-on suturing exercise
  • Hands-on implant placement exercise
  • Mentored clinical experience (patient provided)
  • Lunches during course; dinners with the group
  • Help planning cases in your office, with continued access to our faculty for treatment planning advice