Optimizing Referral Team Collaboration Using Dynamic Visual Software
Steven J. Feldman, DDS
How to Survive & Thrive in Uncertain Times
Legal Considerations in the Use of Cone Beam Computer Tomography Imaging
Cone beam computed tomography imaging represents a paradigm shift for enhancing diagnosis and treatment planning. Questions regarding cone beam computed tomography's associated legal responsibility are addressed, including cone beam tomography necessity, recognition of pathosis in the scan's entire volume, adequate training, informed consent and/or refusal and current court status of cone bean computed tomography. Judicious selection and prudent use of cone beam computed tomography technology to protect and promote patient safety and efficacious treatment complies with the standard of care.
Inheriting the Unhappy Patient
A serious problem that challenges any interdisciplinary team is inheriting treatment that is already in progress but not proceeding appropriately in the eyes of the patient. When the patient senses that the initial treatment plan, progress, or sequence is irregular and convoluted, rather than smooth and well executed, they may seek a second opinion. How do you handle these opinions when you know that the treatment could be improved? Do you call the doctors currendy treating the patient? Do you refer…
Management of the Medically Compromised Patient - Pt 1
How medical conditions relate to the dental surgeons treatment of patients.
Enhance your Esthetic Practice Overnight with Exceptional Clinical Photography - Part 1
This lecture will cover camera selection as well as discuss the effective differences between "point and shoot" and SLR camera systems.
Medicolegal Considerations in Dental Practice - Part 2
Dr. Edwin Zinman is currently a widely regarded dental malpractice attorney who has dedicated his career to advocating for both patients and dentists.
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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