Legal Considerations in the Use of Cone Beam Computer Tomography Imaging
Edwin J Zinman, DDS, JD;DDS, JD; Stuart C. White, DDS, PHD; Sotirios Tetradis, DDS, PHD
Ethics versus Legal Informed Consent— A Distinction with Little Difference
The core principles of dental ethics and legal standards of care have similar foundations. Both are dedicated to place the patient’s best interest as primary and the practitioner’s interest as secondary. Similarities between ethics and the law demonstrate that most often there may be distinctions but little core differences. Informed consent principles illustrate the comparison between dental ethics and the law.
Anxiety and Ability to Recognize Clinical Information in Dentistry
Before a patient can provide informed consent and agree to cooperate in treatment, it is crucial that he/she understand information relevant to the clinical procedures. This is especially important in invasive procedures,such as tooth extraction and/or implant insertion, in which results are usually non-reversible.
How to Survive & Thrive in Uncertain Times
The Power of "Yes": How to Succeed in Case Acceptance Pt 1
A discussion of the steps to enhance case acceptance.
Reality Based Digital Treatment Planning - Part 4
Communicating treatment planning options through interactive software
Adopting New Research
Tip of the Week
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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