Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan, a dedicated and passionate practitioner in dental implantology and restorative dentistry, has recently achieved remarkable success by completing the “Course of Oral Implantology – Advanced Hands-On Live Surgery Zygoma Training Course (Zygoma Implant/ Pterygoid Implants)” at Implant Brazil.
During his internship at the Implant Center, Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan immersed himself in an advanced and modern learning environment. He had the privilege of being mentored and exchanging knowledge with renowned experts in the field of implantology, including Dr. Alexander D’Alvia Salvoni, Dan Rosen and Dennis Smiler. This specialized training provided him with an in-depth understanding of Zygoma Implants and Pterygoid Implants, which are considered the most advanced methods in the field of implantology.
Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan expressed that the “Advanced Hands-On Live Surgery Zygoma Training Course” significantly expanded his expertise in restorative dentistry and implantology. Not only did he grasp the latest trends and cutting-edge techniques, but he also acquired specialized skills to perform complex implant surgeries like Zygoma Implants and Pterygoid Implants.
Through hands-on practice on actual patients, meticulous observation of each surgical step, and collaboration with experts, Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan gained practical skills and confidence to handle complicated cases. As a result, he can now provide his patients with more advanced and effective treatment options.
Upon completing the specialized training, Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan received recognition and praise from the healthcare community and his colleagues for his unwavering dedication and commitment. His proficiency in performing Zygoma Implant and Pterygoid Implants surgeries has earned him high regard, and it is anticipated that his expertise will bring significant benefits to patients in the future.
Congratulations to Dr. Nguyen Ngoc Tan for successfully completing the advanced implant training course. It is expected that the knowledge gained will be applied and further developed in patient care, ultimately contributing to the advancement of the healthcare community.