The primary goal of this seminar is to teach dentists and team members how to easily integrate some of the hottest topics in dentistry into their practices such as new techniques in exodontia, no/minimal preparation porcelain veneers, a new way to eliminate black triangles, new resin restorations matrix and filling systems, new clinical technology comparison, injection comfort systems, facial esthetics analysis, and more!
- Course fee for DENTISTS: $697.00
- Course fee for TEAM MEMBERS: $297.00
There is a coupon available for dental team members, in order to get this special price! To use this coupon, just type in "HandsonDentistyCoupon" in the Coupon field when registering.
These practical concepts will enable you to offer new dental services immediately, reduce your stress, significantly increase your production, substantially lower your overhead, and have fun doing dentistry. This seminar is a fast paced, entertaining, and educational course and is recommended for dentists and team members. This course will get you and your team excited about dentistry!
- List the most important, new, innovative, and potentially useful concepts in dentistry.
- Diagnose and treatment plan no and minimal preparation veneer cases.
- Critically compare new clinical technology and decide what is right for their own practice.
- Discuss and compare current concepts in dental exodontia.
- Describe a new technique for the elimination of “black triangles”.
- Describe current concepts in fixed prosthodontic restorations.
- Discuss practice management and financial implications on these topics.
- Describe and perform resin restoration techniques with new concepts.
Duration: 8:30 am – 3:30 pm, incorporating lecture components and hands-on training, with lunch and breaks.
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Louis Malcmacher, DDS
Louis Malcmacher DDS, MAGD, maintains a general dental and facial esthetic practice in Cleveland, Ohio. He is an internationally known lecturer, author, and dental consultant, known for his comprehensive and entertaining style. Dr. Malcmacher is the President of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics, an evaluator emeritus for Clinicians Report, a master of the Academy of General Dentistry, a fellow of the International Association of Dental Facial Esthetics, a fellow of the World Clinical Laser Institute, a visiting lecturer at a number of Universities, a contributing editor for Dentistry Today, a spokesperson for the Academy of General Dentistry, has served as a consultant to the Council on Dental Practice of the American Dental Association, a monthly columnist and contributing editor for Dental Economics, AGD Impact, Dental Tribune, and The Dentist’s Network Newsletter.
Dr. Malcmacher is a frequent contributor to the dental literature, having lectured on and published numerous articles about adhesive resin dentistry, crown and bridge procedures, removable prosthodontics, implant dentistry, dental technology, practice management, periodontics, esthetic dentistry, total facial esthetics, and halitosis therapy. He has lectured at many major dental meetings and local dental societies throughout the US, Canada, Europe, and the Middle East. Dr. Malcmacher publishes The Common Sense Dentistry Newsletter which is received by over seventy thousand dental professionals each month. Dr. Malcmacher has been named a Leader in Continuing Education by Dentistry Today for the fourteenth straight year. Dr. Malcmacher and his educational organizations has presented nearly 20,000 hours of continuing education throughout the world and has published thousands of articles in dental journals over the last 30 years.
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