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Event : CDS15


Session : CDS1914
F102AB Unified Vision Plus Unleashed Team Equals Unequivocal Success
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Pamela Marzban DDS, Burke, VA, Private Practice
  • As business owners, dentists must be leaders and innovators. Your team needs to be comprised of managers, producers, cheer leaders, and cultivators. In this interactive presentation, the speaker shares tips and techniques for creating your poignant, clearly defined vision and determining strategic goals for your professional and personal life. How to find and hire team members that are the right your practice. This course is designed to sharpen your delegation skills to increase production, make you a better dentist and leader and create a more successful practice.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Elevate skills for improving communication with patients and team; Refine a system for locating and inspiring people that are right for your practice


Session : CDS1917
C126 Understanding Diagnosis, Prevention Management of Dental Erosion
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Terry Donovan DDS, Hillsborough, NC
  • Dental erosion is a poorly understood condition that is becoming more prevalent in modern society. This presentation will assist dentists in making an early diagnosis of early erosive tooth wear and adopt successful strategies to prevent the progress of dental erosion
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand the difference between intrinsic and extrinsic erosion; Implement a successful preventive protocol to prevent the progression of erosive tooth wear
  • Educational funding provided by 3M


Session : CDS1918
C128 What Technologies Do You Really Need in 2019 And Why ?
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Gordon J. Christensen DDS, Provo, UT, Private Practice
  • Many technologies are available for your practice. What do you really need? Which technologies are elective? Will the return justify the investment? Most importantly which technology will improve patient care and increase the service you provide? This program includes the major dental technologies and compares their usefulness for your practice.
  • After this course, you will be able to: List 20 technologies available for dental practitioners; Implement the appropriate technologies into your practice


Session : CDS1919
C129 Delivering W.O.W. Service: It is All About How You Make Them Feel!
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • JudyKay Mausolf, Lakeville, MN
  • Set yourself apart from your colleagues: differentiate why you and your office and not the office down the street! Learn principles for strengthening communication skills, practice brand, and service standards to build happy and loyal patient relationships. Illuminate the patient decision making processes to create lasting impressions and exceptional experiences. Inspire the entire team to deliver W.O.W. service with more focus and passion!
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand W.O.W. Service Standards, Concepts to make W.O.W. first and lasting impressions and exceptional experiences; Recognize essentials of W.O.W. Branding to build loyalty and differentiate why you and not the practice down the street
  • Educational funding provided by CareCredit


Session : CDS1920
F133 Its Alive: Clinical Anatomy Review for Dental Team
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Alan Budenz DDS, San Francisco, CA
  • This course reviews selected aspects of head and neck anatomy fundamental to the practice of dentistry. The topics will be approached from a functional perspective with emphasis on common anatomical variations, pertinent anomalies and important clinical applications. This course is for anyone who wishes to gain a better appreciation for the anatomical basis of dental practice.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand of the anatomy of the head & neck regions; Understand the anatomical basis for common clinical problems


Session : CDS1921
F138 Your Image, Brand, Success: What Does It Take to Make a Positive Impression
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Janice Hurley, San Diego, CA, Consultant
  • There is no denying that things have changed in dentistry and you have to keep up. The lecture will review what it takes to put your best foot forward and make the first and impression of your practice the best impression. The science of body language, verbal skills and the power of visual impact will be discussed. You will look at your social media footprint and your brand through your patient's eyes.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand the importance of uncovering and meeting your patient's expectations; Use of positive visual images to encourage new patients through photography and video


Session : CDS1922
F137 Role of Endodontics in Saving Compromised Teeth: Resorption, Cracked Teeth & Apical Surgery
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Timothy Rogers, DDS; Martin Rogers,DDS; Matthew Davis, DDS
  • Endodontic procedures have predictably provided a way for restoring compromised teeth to a healthy and functional state. New evidence indicates that avoiding or even delaying extraction in many cases may be far more advantageous to patients in the long-term. There are multiple variables to consider in treatment planning compromised teeth; particularly challenging are cases involving resorption, cracks or fractures, and persistent or recurrent endodontic disease.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Providing evidence-based treatment options to your patients; Understanding correct diagnosis, treatment options, prognosis of challenging clinical situations
  • Co-sponsored by Coolidge Club


Session : CDS1923
F144 Ouch that Hurts: Assessing & Treating Children
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • David Rothman DDS, San Francisco, CA, Private Practice
  • Do you worry when you hear that Sally has hit her head and injured her mouth? Have you gone into the office for an emergency call only to find the emergency was an exfoliating tooth? Does your front staff respond to real dental emergencies by screening fully and communicating with the back? Do you realize that technology can help? This lecture reviews the most common dental emergencies in children and their treatment including rapid neurological assessment, treatment and follow-up protocols from the initial phone call screening through scheduling and treatment helping your office seamlessly include emergencies in the daily routine.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Develop a protocol for screening and triaging emergencies; Identify and treat soft and hard tissue injuries


Session : CDS1924
C142 Communications, Coding & Collections: The 3 Cs to a Profitable Practice
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Laci Phillips, Aztec, NM, Consultant
  • Having a profitable practice requires a team effort. From the first phone call when the first question a patient asks is "How much will my insurance pay?" our daily lives begin to revolve around insurance. Your entire team will learn how to step out of this mindset and step into customer service, quality health care and ultimately a profitable practice. Discover how excellent communication, proper coding by the team and excellent collections can impact your practice's efficiency and financial health. After this course, you will be able to: Learn new communication technique's to ensure patients are educated and compliant; Differentiate between a Patient Focused Office and an insurance driven practice


Session : CDS1925
C147 Introduction to Treating Sleep Apnea In Your Practice
Conference : The 154th Chicago Dental Society Midwinter Meeting 2019
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  • Mark Murphy DDS, Rochester Hills, MI, Consultant
  • This course will allow the general practitioner to survey the current landscape of medical and dental treatments for sleep apnea and decide how and if you want to evolve into this life saving arena. The overview will cover marketing, physician communication, basic treatment philosophies, appliance choices, medical billing and the financial and emotional impact on your practice and team. This course is an overview to help you determine whether or not you want to treat these patients. It is not a substitute for full training in sleep dentistry. Other more involved courses will be discussed and compared.
  • After this course, you will be able to: Understand basic sleep physiology screening and treatment; Develop a matrix for oral appliance therapy



     


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