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Esthetic Techniques and Materials

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Since the mid 1990’s more and more people have sought out the Dentist for elective cosmetic solutions. The esthetic revolution is now in full swing, and as diseased based dentistry continues to decline, successful dental teams have embraced elective dental care, and are seeing it make dramatic differences in patient’s lives. Additionally, the baby boomer population is driving the current marketplace. Unlike there parents they expect to keep there teeth for a lifetime, and yet will be living longer then any other generation in history. Having a thorough understanding of esthetics, occlusion, the use of the latest restorative materials, as well as the behavioral understanding of this population is critical for success. 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.

Date Added:
12/21/2012

Author(s):

Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD
Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA is national and international speaker and published author of over 300 articles for various publications.She has been a practicing dental assi...
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Questions & Comments
marc nacar - (12/30/2012 12:30 PM)

Thank you Shannon. GC is a good trademark indeed, but there are many other excellent materials out there too. Good job though

W Koplin - (12/26/2012 8:17 PM)

It's too bad that you had to go thru such a traumatic incident, but it certainly helped you become an excellent treatment coordinator. Lucky doctor you work for! And Matt is a real artist!

Emily Fetter - (12/26/2012 4:24 PM)

thanks, Shannon. Glad you got your dream-teeth!

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