Give Your Patients More of What They Want and Expect From Your Dental Practice

Today’s general dentists know that in order to build a thriving practice and increase patient loyalty, they need to provide their patients with more of the services they want and expect.

Patients want:

  • Outstanding patient service
  • Good value
  • Convenient care

KCSI was founded by Dr. Karl Koerner, a general dentist who has been educating his peers on dental surgery for more than 25 years.  Throughout his career as a clinician, author and educator, Dr. Koerner recognized the need for a truly comprehensive oral surgery training program geared toward general dentists.  He strove to develop a program that would provide a more well-rounded educational experience.  Many general dentists cobble together their own training through attending a myriad of day and weekend courses, hoping to achieve proficiency.  This method leaves holes in the educational experience and inhibits true proficiency in the art and science of dental surgery.  KCSI was founded in order to fill those holes and equips general dentists to meet the oral surgery needs of their patients with safety, efficiency and confidence.

KCSI dental surgery certification equips general dentists to deliver what patients want from their general dental provider.

Extractions and surgeries are significant practice builders. They have a substantial ROI and the lowest overhead of all dental procedures. The knowledge and confidence in your abilities that come from a credential from the Koerner Center for Surgical Instruction will result in an ‘annuity’ the will result in significant income every year until retirement.

You can start to earn the Koerner Center credential by attending selected events taught by Koerner Institute Faculty, or taking our online classes.

If you are looking for an instructor for an event for your study group or organization, you can add value to the program. Not only will your participants earn PACE credit from the AGD, they will also earn credit towards a credential from the Koerner Institute.


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