Preparation design is predicated sometimes on factors not easy to predict. Join Ian Phillips, Account Specialist and Aesthetic Ceramist as he discussed the most important factors in deterring design -- case planning and clinical adaptability. It's unrealistic to choose a material and have that decision drive design. It's essential to communicate goals to
Rob Matta CDT
Learn the most important aspects of your lab prescription and how to think like a ceramist with Joost's discussion about a different way of thinking about lab communication. Elements in your communication are best expressed simply and concisely. Too much or contradictory information can lead to disappointment.
Seeing the shape and morphology of our aesthetic cases is sometimes difficult ... even for a Master Ceramist. Learn a unique technique that artists use for "seeing more" presented by Joost Jorna.
"Going the Extra Mile" is on my mind a today. It's a quality I create in my own life both personal and professional. I think we all recognize it when it shows up, and know when there's a facade of it that isn't real. In today's world where we have so many choices I look for people and places who care enough to go the extra mile. Do you? Do your clients?