Mr Doug Fettig

Fraud in Your Dental Practice: How to Reduce Your Risk and Your Losses

Mr Doug Fettig

Feb. 8th, 2018 Study Club Course

In this fast-paced and entertaining presentation, you will learn about the three things that are all present when fraud occurs, as well as understanding the most common fraud schemes. You will walk away with a list of red flags that can help alert you to fraud in your practice, along with understanding how fraud can be concealed by a team member. Most ...

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Dr Daniel Pompa

The “Top 10 List” for Essential Drugs In The Emergency Drug Kit

Dr Daniel Pompa

March 15th, 2018 Study Club Course

Synopsis: Today there are more medically compromised patients being treated in our offices than ever before. As a result, a more detailed medical history and medical evaluation should be taken prior to beginning treatment. This seminar will describe the essential drugs needed to create a medical emergency kit for your office. In addition, we will discuss three basic tests that ...

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Dr. Warren Roberts

The Therapeutic Use of Botulinum Toxin in Dentistry and The Cosmetic Side Effects

Dr. Warren Roberts

June 21st, 2018 Study Club Course

Learning Objectives  Have you dabbled in botulinum toxin (aka “Botox®”) treatment? Want to learn more? The multiple mechanisms of action of botulinum toxin type A have an impact far beyond facial wrinkles. A detailed understanding of the anatomy of the face and neck is paramount to successful therapeutic and cosmetic treatment with botulinum toxin. Learn how the secondary and tertiary ...

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Dr. Michelle Heffernan

Endodontic Problem Solving

Dr. Michelle Heffernan

Sept. 13th, 2018 Study Club Course

Endodontic problem-solving skills are often necessary even from the early treatment stages such as diagnosis right through until post treatment. This lecture will address 3 key steps in endodontic problem solving by learning how to: Learning Objectives: Prevent problems during endodontic treatment Identify problems that exists or that have occurred during endodontic treatment Manage problems once they have been recognised. ...

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Dr. Jeffrey Okeson

Understanding Occlusion and How it is Related to TM Disorders

Dr. Jeffrey Okeson

Dec. 6th, 2018 Study Club Course

Synopsis: Dentists are the only health care providers that change patients’ occlusion. Therefore, dentists must understand when occlusal factors contribute to mastication dysfunction. Equally important is when occlusal factors do not relate to dysfunction. This presentation will describe orthopedic stability in the masticatory system and establish sound treatment goals for dentists who change patient's' occlusion. Indications will be presented regarding ...

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