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This seminar will walk you the observations, diagnostics, and imaging that will help you decide if this patient’s dentistry is predictably manageable in your office.
This workshop unravels and demystifies shade selection and micro- and macro-anatomy pulling them together for a simple step-by-step protocol.
Sleep Medicine in the Dental Practice provides knowledge and understanding of sleep physiology and the life-threatening consequences of sleep-disordered breathing.
You will also learn how to plan the restorative phase of treatment for TMD patients. The use of technology in diagnosis and therapy will be discussed and included in exercises with bioresearch equipment available for exercises. Participants are encouraged to bring records for diagnostic discussion by the group.
This course is highly recommended for the restorative dentist, the dental technician, and the implant surgeon who wishes to gain a better understanding of the restorative aspects of soft-tissue management for implants and pontics.
TMD patients present the restorative dentist with challenges that frequently involve much more than an intimate knowledge of occlusion to address
This three-day hands-on workshop is designed to help restorative dentists sort through the options for restoring the edentulous arch, and with hands-on exercises, develop confidence in completing these restorative processes.
This course is designed to build on the principles and concepts taught in previous workshops by providing practical applications for larger cases and more complex treatment.
This workshop is designed to help you enjoy increased predictability and longevity in your dentistry by basing treatment decisions on how the patient created the wear, and reducing the energy in the system through occlusal design.
The systematic flow starts with your communication with the technician, a wax-up that captures your vision, guides that let you produce an accurate mock-up and guarantee adequate space for material, transfer of preparation information to the technician or the CAD/CAM operator, provisionalization, and finally, insertion of the final result with an appropriate cement or adhesive bonding material. Like Restorative Design, this workshop is highly hands-on with extensive demonstrations and exercises.
This workshop provides opportunity to explore, understand and practice delivering on both of those requirements.
When and how your patient’s teeth meet each other can define or destroy your success. Understanding how to create that success and avoid destruction begins with an excellent history followed by the examination of the muscles, joints and teeth.
See your patients differently. Practical exercises in examination, photography, diagnosis, treatment planning and case discussion are combined with tools and techniques that help you connect with your patients and your practice.
The Advanced Occlusion workshop is a combination of lecture, discussion, hands-on exercises, and treatment planning that will return you to your office with an increased level of confidence and understanding in designing and creating occlusion that you and your patients can enjoy for many years.
This course culminates in developing interdisciplinary resolution strategies for complex cases that blend seamlessly with FGTP in an attempt to resolve the compromised airway while producing exceptional dentistry.
This two-day course will explore the essentials of treatment planning and implant restorative design for the patient with terminal dentition and/or a fully edentulous condition.
This course will give you a solid foundation in what to look for, how to plan and how to predictably treat worn dentitions.
Gain confidence and remove the confusion and fear surrounding occlusion in your practice, allowing you to treat patients more predictably and with less anxiety from a single second molar crown, to full arch restorations, or even patients with symptoms of facial pain.
Implants are rapidly becoming part of everyday dentistry. While this treatment modality allows us to help patients in unprecedented ways, it has some complexity involved with it as well. Optimal success with placing and restoring implants comes from close cooperation between restorative doctor and implant surgeon.
Achieving optimal patient outcomes regardless of case complexity requires the entire interdisciplinary team to have a common approach to treatment and treatment planning.
Through the use of treatment-planning decision trees, gain confidence and understanding, knowing which treatment options are available for a number of common, but complex dental problems.
No matter how good the plan is it is the execution of that plan that ultimately determines a practice’s ability to reach their goals. Running a successful practice takes an entire team working together towards a shared vision.
While it has always been a reality of what you do, 2020 has brought into sharp focus how challenging it can be to run a dental practice. Any business that hopes to weather an economic storm must first have a strong financial foundation that firmly supports the necessities of adaptation to a changing business environment.