Inheriting the Unhappy Patient
Vincent G. Kokich, Sr., DDS, MSD;David P. Matthews, DDS, Frank M. Spear, DDS, MSD
Optimizing Referral Team Collaboration Using Dynamic Visual Software
As we move deeper into the 21st century,
technology will continue to play a greater role
in the way dentists communicate.
Adobe Photoshop Lightroom And Its Application In Dentistry
This paper is an overview of dental digital asset management, discussing the processes of downloading, browsing, organizing, categorizing, rating, keyword usage, exporting, and backing up digital assets, all utilizing Adobe's Photoshop Lightroom software. Future articles will discuss the technical "how-to" aspects of the software.
In Practice with Dr. Sergio Rubinstein & Dr. Alan J. Nidetz
In our practice, we strive to provide the best possible restorative and prosthetic dentistry there is. However, the question that often arises is: How many more new gadgets do we need in our office and which ones are really going to improve the quality of our care?
Smile Design in Everyday and Implant Dentistry – Part 4
Team Atlanta continues outlining a detailed and very specific discussion on the principles and successful execution of unibody or one-piece implants.
The Aesthetic Practice - Part 3: The Impossible Possibility
Dr. Larry Rosenthal demonstrates the extraordinary possibilities that are achievable in aesthetic therapy.
Smile Design in Everyday and Implant Dentistry – Part 2
Diagnostic and treatment design parameters utilized in comprehensive smile design and enhancement.
Esthetic Techniques and Materials
This presentation is a must for the dental team who is ready to go to the next level. The changes in the marketplace require us to communicate with our patients differently. It requires us to learn new procedures, learn to work with new materials, and have a higher level of communication with the dental laboratory. But mostly, it requires all members of the dental team to be aware of these new exciting times, and have the tools to build the practice of our dreams.
Implants and Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning for Optimum Outcome Results: The Team Approach - Part 1 of 2
Attendees will learn how connectivity and communication are vital "close the cracks" tools for enrollment and the establishment of Interdisciplinary Teams when assessing, cultivating, recommending and delivering more comprehensive care driven cases that transform, add value and benefit your customers with "Optimum Outcome Results".
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