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Thursday, January 23, 2020

Dental Assisting 2.0 and Just do it...Better

All Day Event


Colorado Convention Center
700 14th Street
Denver, CO , 80202

The Rocky Mountain Dental Convention and BISCO are proud to present Dr. Susan McMahon.

Click here to register for Rocky Mountain Dental Convention...

Just do it…Better!
Solutions for better restorations, better workflow and better well being for dentists and teams using today’s technology, materials, techniques and equipment.

As clinicians we all have challenges in our daily practice lives:

  • Are there procedures that stress out you and your team?
  • Do your indirect restorations seat and seal every time?
  • Do you have inconsistent contacts with cl 2 restorations?  
  • Do you get good esthetic outcomes with your directs and indirects on anteriors?
  • How’s your communication with patients and case acceptance?
  • How do you decide what new composite, cement, adhesive, glass ionomer, bioactive material choose?
  • What technology fits best in your practice and your budget?
  • Is chair time being used as efficiently and effectively as you would like?


Solutions to these and other challenges will be provided by going step by step through clinical cases.  Using scanners, lasers, diagnostic cameras, handpieces, new restorative materials, new finishing techniques and simple tricks, your everyday procedures will be better.

Dental Assisting 2:0: Take it to the next level “Seriously Doctor?”…How do we use all these new materials?

This half or full day course for dental assistants and EFDA’s provides the assisting clinician with a step by step overview of bonding techniques, filling techniques and new materials. The ever-changing science and constant influx of new adhesives and materials can be overwhelming for both dentist and dental assistant. Each step of the process builds on the previous step and each is critical for clinical success. The role of the dental assistant can play in the elimination of sensitivity and bond failure issues will be presented. A look at the newest materials like low stress bulk flowables and universal option adhesives and vertical filling techniques, new composites, bioactive materials and more will be covered.

We will look at these materials and techniques through the framework of restorative cases along with some cosmetic cases. This approach allows the assistant to utilize the step by step techniques exactly as she/he would in a daily schedule.

A hands-on component can be added to take this course from a half day to a full day course.

Learning Objectives:

  • The Dental Assistant will gain an understanding of how adhesives work on teeth and when each type may be appropriate. This understanding will help the assistant to know when to dry, when to cure, when to allow the adhesive to process on the prep.
  • The Dental Assistant will understand her/his role in eliminating sensitivity in restorations.
  • A simplified technique can relieve stress and increase speed for the Dental Assistant
  • The Dental Assistant will be able to evaluate new materials and effectively utilize new products in their daily practice.
  • This course will help the Dental Assistant better understand adhesive materials and their indications. She/he will then be better able to serve the patient’s restorative needs and desires.


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