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Another “no-show”! Now what? It is commonly cited as the number one practice frustration, the number one production killer, and the number one source of stress, Patient failures cost individual practices tens of thousands of dollars annually. In this CE webinar, learn how you can improve patient education and reduce cancellations/no-shows at your practice.
For years, manufacturers have been working hard to improve their direct composite resin products and overcome the well-accepted limitations. This one-hour CE webinar will introduce a disruptive technology in direct restoratives referred to as a nano-ORMOCER.
Today we live in a world where a number of new materials are available ranging from primarily resin based indirect restorations through polycrystalline restorations such as monolithic zirconia. This CE webinar will discuss the best practices of cementation with respect to each of these restorations as well as provisional restorations and help ease the confusion that exists around cementation today.
Jackie Dorst’s CE webinar provides the latest infection control and sterilization protocols. She will review proper techniques and product selection for effective cleaning, disinfection, and sterilization of clinical technology equipment. Attendees will learn how to implement efficient infection control systems to protect equipment and provide safety for patients and the dental team.
The goal of this CE webinar is to take another look at the fundamentals of tooth preparation for crowns and evaluate the integrity of marginal fit for these restorations by reviewing crown margin finish line designs.
This webinar is designed to give a comprehensive and yet powerful insight into direct aesthetic restorations. It strives to clarify misunderstandings that still exist regarding material and patient selection, indications and preparation design. It will review techniques in preparation and application, techniques as well as patient selection with a particular focus on how new, smarter composite materials have the remarkable potential for replacing dentin and supporting undermined enamel structure, thereby preserving the tooth.
For most, day to day restorative dentistry involves the use of our high speed hand pieces and burs to remove decay and then repair the diseased area with a composite. New materials and technology allow us today to perform these tasks to even a much higher level. In this CE webinar, join Dr. Kaminer as we navigate the path from ordinary to extraordinary using some of the newest most effective materials and techniques available today. The results will leave you and your patients smiling.
This webinar will consider the 20 key uses of digital dental photography and explore how recording and appreciating your dentistry through photography can ultimately improve it. Dr Ian Cline will also present an overview of camera equipment and settings and explain the medico legal importance of photography, particularly how and why informed consent for dental photography should be obtained.
In the context of a busy family practice, general dentists are facing multiple challenges, including non-compliant patients, less than ideal mouth conditions and financially limited customers. Many dentists still wish to offer the best solutions to their entire clientele, esthetically and functionally, while working with a variety of limitations. In this CE webinar, Dr. Robert will share his experience, demonstrating how technologies and innovative dental products can help produce excellent results that will make the patient grateful and loyal and therefore bringing a breath of fresh air to your practice.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the attendee will:
• Understand the benefits of glass ionomer technology
• Appreciate the advancements in physical properties of newer glass ionomers
• Learn the indications for this material in the clinical setting
• Learn the steps to restore a tooth with glass ionomers
Employees who bungle telephone talk simply don’t know the appropriate way to handle this mission critical line of communication. There is no system in place to ensure that the office’s phone procedures are not only effective but also convey the right message and tone to patients. Learn how to improve your practice’s telephone communication.
Scheduling challenges are different today than they were, and keeping the schedule full is requiring persistence as well as a fair amount of creativity. It’s time to make some changes to streamline your schedule and finally meet your goals. Learn how to fix your schedule, reduce stress and grow your bottom line.
The cost of running a dental practice increases every year. Establishing a sound fee schedule allows you to be fair to your practice and improve care to your patients.
Learn what it takes to create a solid fee schedule that will boost your bottom line.
You recommend treatment to your patients, you think they’re ready to move forward with that treatment, and then you find out they’re not on the schedule. That means not only are your patients not getting the treatment they need, your practice isn’t meeting its full potential—and it’s costing you money. Learn steps to ensure that you and your team are all on the same page; thoroughly presenting treatment to the patient, not just introducing it and not making assumptions.
The language we use can have a huge impact on how the patient perceives the practice, the doctor and the service provided. Impressions are formed within seconds from the patient’s first call, to the dental assistant seating the patient, to the hygienist explaining what’s going to happen to the dentist establishing trust.
Learn how to make your first impression be the best it can be and preserving that WOW impression every time.