DATE: Sunday, March 29, 2020

TIME: Registration: 8:30 a.m.  |  Lecture: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Loma Linda University, School of Dentistry - Prince Hall, 11092 Anderson Street, Loma Linda, CA 92350

TUITION: $195 DDS / $145 AUX

CREDIT: This course meets the Dental Board of California’s requirements for 7 units of continuing education.

AGD Code: 730


Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD

Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry/Advanced Sleep & Breathing Centers
Clinical Instructor/Curriculum Development-Catapult Education
Clinical Instructor-Sleep Group Solutions
Dental Education Council- Academy of General Dentistry
Mentor- Kois Center for Advanced Dental Studies

AM Lecture: The Jacked-Up Dentition: Demystifying full mouth rehabilitation

Synopsis

This course is designed for the progressive restorative dentist who wants to feel more confident in providing full-mouth rehabilitation. Several well-documented cases will be covered from the initial workup to the post treatment follow-up, detailing the TMJ, perio, surgery, occlusal management, aesthetic considerations, materials, techniques, and future risk mitigation. The participant will leave with a thorough understanding of the necessary steps to take a nervous patient with multiple dental issues and bring them to a state of dental health and self-esteem.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, participants should expect to understand:

  • The proper examination, treatment planning and case presentation protocol for full-mouth rehabilitation.
  • How to break difficult cases down to the five basic elements of dental health.
  • The necessary tools (materials, techniques, education and equipment) necessary to finish these cases predictably.

PM Lecture: I've Got A Few Tricks Up My Sleeve! Tips to Make Everyday Procedures a Little Easier

Synopsis

Call me experienced, seasoned or just plain old, but in more than 24 years of practicing dentistry, I have been fortunate enough to pick up tricks and tips from some of the greatest minds in dentistry while developing a few of my own. In this course I will share many of the time-saving, (and sometimes procedure-saving) tricks that have had the greatest impact on the procedures I perform most. From diagnosis to restorative material choices through clinical execution, the objective of this course is to not have ANY dentist or assistant leave without ten new ideas they can implement immediately.

Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, participants should expect to understand:

  • How to identify the most troublesome procedures in general practice, beginning with the diagnostic opinion.
  • How to treatment plan toward reducing the risk for negative outcomes.
  • How to make material choices that can reduce the risk for negative outcomes.
  • New procedures that will help the practitioner overcome every day obstacles while building the practice.

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