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Friday, May 18, 2018

Unleashing the Power of the 89 Percent and Prep n Pray

All Day Event

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Bay de Noc Community College
2001 North Lincoln Road
Escanaba, MI , 49829



Dr. Tim Bizga will present two programs: Unleashing the Power of the 89%: How Supercharging Your Hygiene Program Can Super-Size Profits and Prep N’ Pray: A Comprehensive Guide to Prep Design, Indirect Material Selection and the Glues We Choose to Use

1) Unleashing the Power of the 89%: How Supercharging Your Hygiene Program Can Super-Size Profits
With a recent revelation that 89% of a patients’ overall dental experience is spent at hygiene visits, current beliefs hold that tiny tweaks surrounding this key patient experience can have huge benefits that will maximize your practice profits. This course is designed to provide informational “gold” on dental topics essential to seeing long term success and financial growth. From understanding patient decision making, to the tools and select tips for longer lasting dentistry, this course is designed to give a practical, “soup-to-nuts” approach to the latest research and materials, with special emphasis on the hygiene appointment.


Learning Objectives:

  • Learn current trends in today’s general practice
  • Talk common sense, “real-world” approach to treatment planning and the benefits of “Co-Diagnosis”
  • Understand patient psychology and the WHY of patient decision making
  • The importance instruments and ergonomics
  • Gain understanding how adding one new procedure or one new technique can elevate your

2) Prep N’ Pray: A Comprehensive Guideto Prep Design, Indirect Material Selection and the Glues We Choose to Use
One third of practice revenues in America today are due crown and bridge procedures. Eighty percent of those procedures are single unit crowns. This course begins with describing the principles of preparation design and the importance of a good tooth preparation. A review of current concepts in tissues management and Impressioning will be discussed. In addition, this course will discuss modern indirect material selection and the glues we choose to use to hold them on.


Learning Objectives:

  • Review principles of tooth preparation
  • Review biologic width and its relevance to tissue management
  • Learn current methods for tissue management and Impressioning for crowns and bridge
  • Discuss tips and tricks for shade taking and tray selection
  • Understand the importance of temporization
  • Review the latest array of indirect material choices
  • Learn proper cement selection

 

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