$imple $olutions for Financially $trapped Patients
CE Credits: 3 Hour Lecture | Subject: Multi-disciplinary Topics | Recommended for: Dentists
They moved our Cheese and Carrots. Only three years ago we were building cosmetic and implant practices. Today the economy is upside down and many patients can’t afford basic dental care let alone elective treatment. We need to regroup and get back to basic predictable dentistry utilizing modern Evidence Based Dentistry. Also knowing how to save money on supplies will improve the bottom line. This program will demonstrate how to restore the simple class I with minimally invasive dentistry to the difficult class II restoration. I will show you how to predictably repair a fractured porcelain fused to metal restoration and salvage a missed impression. Many patients still want to hold onto their teeth. Esthetic splinting and direct bonded bridges is a simple solution for the financially strapped patient. Upon completion of this course you will have the tools to meet today’s challenging times. We will cover everything from the simple occlusal lesion to the denture the dog ate. Everyone working in the practice and your patients will benefit from this program.
- Build Evidence Based Dentistry into your regular routine.
- Understand how easily Minimally Invasive Dentistry can be incorporated into your practice.
- Incorporate all resin bridges and splints into your practice.
- Predictably take impressions and salvage a poor impression.
- Exposure to Tribochemical treatment of Metal and Zirconia for porcelain repairs.
- Help you organize and save money on materials and supplies.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Marc M. Gottlieb was born and raised on Long Island. After graduation from Lindenhurst H.S., he attended Union College in Schenectady, New York. He graduated with thesis honors in biology and then shuffled off to Buffalo. While at the University of Buffalo he received many academic scholarships, awards and fellowships. After graduation from dental school Dr. Gottlieb went on to a two-year post-graduate residency program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. At the Medical Center he received advanced training in dental anesthesiology and all the specialties of dentistry. That included but was not limited to advanced training in Root Canals, Oral Surgery, Dentures, and Cosmetic Dentistry. He is a leading authority in I.V. (intravenous) and Oral Sedation. Dr. Gottlieb is currently on staff at Stony Brook University Hospital and recently awarded one the top providers of Continuing Education in Dentistry Today. Financial Relationship – none reported.