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2015 Detroit Dental Review

The 2015 Detroit Dental Review is tentatively scheduled to be held Friday, Nov. 20 at Burton Manor in Livonia.

Course and speaker information will be available in late summer 2015. Please check back at that time.

Dentist Track

Ninety Highly Useful Tips in 3 Hours

Speaker: Gordon Christensen DDS, MSD, PhD
When: 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. (Break: 10:30 - 11 a.m.)
Fee: See fee schedule below.
CE Credits: 3
Online Registration: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

This fast moving multi-topic program provides clinical tips determined by Gordon in all areas of dentistry. The tips include:

  • clinical procedures;
  • the best products in many areas;
  • faster ways to accomplish clinical tasks;
  • easier ways to accomplish clinical tasks;
  • lower cost products;
  • staff involvement in techniques;
  • lab interaction; and
  • practice management.

These few hours will change your practice for the better!

On the completion of this program participants should be able to:

  • List several new procedures they want to implement into their practices;
  • Identify the best, lowest cost products in many areas of dentistry;
  • Improve your relationship with your laboratory technician;
  • Improve your practice management by incorporating several tips.

The Best Methods to RESTORE Single Teeth
from Simple to Complex

Speaker: Gordon Christensen DDS, MSD, PhD
When: 1:30 – 5 p.m. (Break: 3 - 3:30 p.m.)
Fee: See pricing chart below.
CE Credits: 3
Online Registration: CLICK HERE TO REGISTER!

Most of restorative dentistry is accomplished for single tooth problems, including caries, trauma, malformations, esthetic challenges, and occlusion inadequacies. This course starts with minimal restorations, through mid-sized restorations, and ends with crowns.

The following and other subjects will be included:

  • the best tooth preparations for intracoronal restorations, partial crowns, and full crowns;
  • new and better bonding agents that actually work;
  • how to best desensitize and disinfect tooth preparations;
  • resin-based composites, a comparison of current brands;
  • a state-of-the-art comparison of full-ceramic crowns, zirconia, zirconia-based, lithium disilicate, lithium silicate, and the older but still good full-ceramic crowns;
  • helping patients to assist in making the best restorative choices for their specific situations.

this presentation will definitely assist you and your team to do better and more enjoyable dentistry every day.

On the completion of this program participants should be able to:

  • list, discuss, and compare bonding agents currently available;
  • select the best composite for your practice;
  • compare the current generation of full-ceramic crown restorations; and
  • analyze your own practice relative to the best techniques for single tooth restorations.

Detroit Dental Review Fee Schedule

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