Are you the kind of dentist who is persistently looking for excellence and extraordinary quality in your dental practice for your patients?  You possibly belong to the narrow percentage of professionals striving to go way beyond the average in knowledge and learning.  Perhaps you have discovered, in this insistentquest towards becoming a proficient dental surgeon, that there is no substitute for hands-on experience and close mentorship.  If so, you may be ready to engage in the most exciting didactic and clinical training encounter that will dramatically increase your expertise in Oral Implantology.

Allow me to introduce you to:  The Puerto Rico Maxicourse® Program and Clinical Residency in Implant Dentistry.  This ten month training in Implant Dentistry includes lectures, laboratory exercises, surgical demonstrations and supervised, hands-on surgical sessions, which are used to develop in each participant the skills needed for the varied surgical procedures in this field.  Not wanting to exhaust you with objectives or topics included in the promo materials, I would like to share my personal outlook as the Coordinator of the Program.

This hands-on training particularly stands out because of two highly talented and professional doctors, who are the main mentors and founders.  I have known Dr. Hilt Tatum for over 20 years, and Dr. José Pedroza twice as long.  I have seen them work together, solving problems and developing innovative techniques.  I have seen how they train other doctors.  Patiently. Developing a personal relationship with each student.  Knowing what the pupil needs in order to learn with excellence and proficiency.   Being generousas they teach and mentor each individual.  I have seen them immersed in what I believe has become their personal mission:  to truly pass on their vast knowledge and experience in Implant Dentistry.  They do not work with faces in a crowd.  They work with you.  Dr. Tatum and Dr. Pedroza are  flexible, accommodating lectures and surgical procedures according to what is needed. 

After an intense session, it is not uncommon to see happy and satisfied students with their teachers eating in conference room of the clinic.  There is a comradeship that comes from such close mentorship, and the success of this kind of program is seen in the constant satisfaction and compliments of both participating patients and students.

You may want to speak personally to Dr. Pedroza or Dr. Tatum, or perhaps wish to hear more about the course experience directly from current students.  I personally believe that taking a closer look at this course through its different angles and facets will help you in deciding if this extraordinary opportunity is right for you.

Please feel free to communicate at any time with me (787-642-2708).  I am happy to be at your service and available for any particular concerns or questions regarding the course.  Thank you once again for your time and attention.  We look forward to hearing from you in the near future!
Best regards,

Miriam Montes
Program Coordinator