In this video I will share a story about visiting another dental office which had two active dentists. during my visit I observed how effectively their hygienist was supporting him in helping patients accept treatment. It motivated me to come back to my own practice and more actively engage my hygiene team in this process.
Implant dentistry has introduced an interesting question: When is the growth of the face and jaws complete? Better yet, is it ever actually complete or are there continuous changes throughout life? In this video, I will share some of the current thinking in regard to these questions.
Sometimes we learn the most important lessons, in the most unusual of ways. In this video I will share a story about a trip and a shopping activity and the incredible impact it had on how I do new patient interviews in my dental office.
When as a treating dentist we think about how how our patient's teeth fit together, we tend to analyze static positions. In this video I will discuss some of the more dynamic ways the teeth interact in different chewing patterns.
Effective communication with dental patients is crucial, as it can feel to them like we're speaking a different language. Numerous factors contribute to the challenges of guiding patients through dental procedures. In this video, I will share some ways I've learned to explain things so that my patients can understand them better.
Have you ever had that frustrating experience of a dental patient complaining they are packing food around a new crown or filling, just to find it does snap to floss? In this video, I will share some insights on how the contour of the restoration plays a role in creating or preventing this issue.
Many dentists have plenty of artistic ability; they also would like the ability to customize shade characteristics or add porcelain to crowns in their own offices. But this can seem intimidating with modern ceramics. This one hour presentation is designed to help you get comfortable with the possibilities you can create for your patients by using your own
How can we best help our patients when esthetics and function are compromised by aberrant positions of anterior teeth? When a restorative solution is chosen, what functional changes are required to create success? This session will focus on the whys, whats, and hows of systematically developing a preferred functional occlusion for these patients. Learning