For the Dentist, Hygienist and any interested Auxiliary
Dr. Mark Hyman is a renowned, full-time practicing dentist is Greensboro, NC, and a public speaker whose work is characterized by his warmth, enthusiasm, sense of humor, and passion for dentistry. As an accomplished seminar speaker, Dr. Hyman has earned national and international recognition having been invited to speak at every major dental meeting in North America.
Mr. Gregor Connell has over 30 years of sales, marketing, motivationaltraining and public speaking experience. He has been described by his industry peers and clients as a dynamic, knowledgeable, and engaging speaker. He brings not only technical and educational content to every session, but delivers it with clarity, acuity, and humor.
Ask and You Shall Receive
Most people never receive optimal care because NO ONE ever asked! Your team’s skill, talent, and abilities are wasted if the patient doesn't say yes.
You will learn:
· 10 characteristics of super dental teams
· 10 steps to hear “yes” every time
· 5 questions you must answer
· 5 keys to effective listening
· 10 keys to success– its what you learn after you know it all that counts!
Second part of all day course
“Recent Innovations in Dental Materials Are you Ready for a Change?”
The only constant in dental materials – is change! Technological and chemical innovations are offering impressive advancements. The latest materials offer greater indications for use, thus allowing clinicians to reduce the number of different products that they need to purchase and inventory in their practices. This program will discuss, High Performance Nano-Ceramic milled blocks that offer a viable alternative to e-MaxTM, a Minimally invasive endodontic reinforcement system that requires no drilling. Newer flowable composites that are stronger than some packable materials, Bonding agents that eliminate the plethora of material “primers” in your fridge and All-ceramic based restoratives that are free of all traditional resins. The latter allowing the clinician to have an everyday workhorse restorative that also meets the needs of the growing biologically sensitive patient demographic. Additionally, clinical tips will be shared to ensure that he clinician can utilize their materials to effectively reduce post-operative sensitivity and offer optimal levels of patient pain control.
While many clinicians find comfort in their current material selections and are hesitant to “change” – time brings us all improvements and advancements. While the “Flip Phone” as a cellular device served its purpose, there are very few manufacturers who still produce such a device! At the conclusion of the session the attendees will have a clearer understanding of the clinical impact that new chemistry and technology have on materials they use on a daily basis. More importantly, the attendees can evaluate if these technologies will have a place in their own clinical practice.
Earns 7 m.c.e.
ADA CERP Provider