Aim of this study is the evaluation of a 3-weeks course on dental implants presented in a computer assisted learning program. Evaluation variables are study result, student satisfaction and the use of the program. Fourth grade dental students were divided in a group who received traditional education and a group who received the course by means of an interactive computerprogram. At the end of the experiment there is no difference in study result between the two groups. Students say that the computer assisted learning program is a useful tool in studying the course, but use the program more as a device to obtain information than as a tool to have interactive discussion.