Digital Solutions For The Modern Dental Record
August 19, 2016

4 Credit Hours
Course Instructor: John Schwartz, D.D.S. 

Course Objectives
The objective of this course is to give you the knowledge to identify the components of your Baseline Dental Record (BDR) and to identify where the components ma be located in your practice. Once dicovered, you will possess the ability to streamline patient centered information so your patient level of care is raised and your office practices become more streamined.

What You Will Learn:
1. What patient centered information is stored least frequently in coputer software systems.
2. The shortcomings of mmixing digital and paper media to store patient information.
3.How to enhance office performance as well as the level of care it provides when the right combination of computing technology is thoghtfully and strategically placed in the dental practice.
4. How to establish a Baseline Dental Record (BDR) to identify which categorized clinical criteria should be digitized.
5. The importance of consent forms in the dentalprcatice and the basics of contarct law.
6. How cognitive engineering methods are changing dentistry for the better.

The Digital Denture: A Revolutionary  Denture Technique 
September 9, 2016

4 Credit Hours
Course Instructor: Israel Finger, Prosthodontist

CAD/CAM technology has allowed for the first major change in denture fabrication in decades.
In removable dentistry CAD/CAM technology has brought precision, speed and increased profitability. This course will discuss and emonstate the technique utilized for the construction of a digital denture. Digital dentures make it possible for dentists to offer their patients a precise fitting, aesthetic denture in as little as 2 appointments. This course will cover the key aspects related to capturing optimally accurate records including impressions, vertical dimensions and the fabrication process.

What you wil Learn
1. The clinical procedures for delivering a digital denture in 2 appointments.
2. How you can offer a digital denture with no capital investment using standard clinical proceudres.
3. How to treatment plan a remvable prosthodontc patient from an immdeiate denture to a full mouth rehabilitation all within the digital environment.
4. How a digital denture-on-4 system featuring digitally cloned products is revlutionizing the fixed detachable implant process.
Course Objectives
Following this course participants will be able to:
1. Understand the clinical techniques required to produce optimal clinical records for a digital denture.
2. Understand the laboratory procedures used to construct the computer aided and designed milled denture.
3. Understand which clinical procedures can be completed using digital denture systems.

Color Logic Analysis  September 16-17, 2016
16 Credit Hours
Course Instructor: John Schwartz DDS, Master Ceramist

Course Objectives
The goal of this two day course is to learn advanced sequential layering and staining techniques utilizing the e.Max system. Through the philosophy of biomimetics you will discover the Color Logic method of analysis of a central, lateral and canine. Upon completion of this course you will be able to “decode” a natural dentition and apply color logic to create crowns that are indistinguishable with nature.

Other areas of emphasis:
• Lithium Disilicate framework designs for anterior teeth.
• Value differential of central, lateral, and canine
• Color Logic decoding of a natural tooth
• Creation of a ceramic DEJ and it’s role in controlling value
• Rationale of anterior tooth shape
• Surface texture and polishing techniques to create natural luster
• Create a bleached dentition in E.max ceramic


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