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'I Have It…You Need It!' and 'Composites Can Be ‘Beautifil'
Credits: 7.00
In the first half of the day, join Dr. Glazer as he presents a potpourri of materials and techniques designed for making your workday easier, more productive, and fun! Perfect for doctors and staff, this unique program will discuss the “tried and true and the new”, from bioactive materials to patient communication tools and beyond!


DATE: Friday, October 20, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Dental Office Design for 'Smarties'
Credits: 7.00
This course focuses on Garrett's pragmatic approach to design and follows his time-tested formula for office design, from inception to completion. Additionally, the course will concentrate on other essential guidance, based on Garrett's philosophy and company slogan, “Profit By Design.” Among them are examples of how function, flow and ergonomics result in office homeostasis. Those elements will be intertwined with methods to identify and resolve challenges and avert problems. Lastly, attendees are invited to submit examples of their own “war stories” regarding challenges that they have faced or for those which they are currently facing.


DATE: Saturday, October 21, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Successful Interdisciplinary Management of Complex Cases for the Dental Practitioner
Credits: 11.00
All dentists want to be able to offer the best care possible. Sometimes, however, dentists are faced with cases requiring a multidisciplinary treatment approach in order to address the multiple and varied dental health needs of their patients. If this has happened to you and you struggled to find a way to connect your patient with all the resources and specialists they needed, be sure not to miss out on this two-day course led by esteemed faculty members of the Tufts University School of Dental Medicine doctoral program.


DATE: November 3 - 4, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Supportive Periodontal and Peri-Implant Care: Risks and Treatment Recommendations
Credits: 10.00
The growing use of implants will continue to increase the need for early diagnosis and treatment of peri-implant tissue pathology and maintenance of peri-implant health. Furthermore, even with adherence to SPT, a significant number of patients can develop peri-implant diseases (mucositis and peri-implantitis), and require additional periodontal retreatment. This comprehensive two-day, hands-on course will include detailed information on the recommended procedures for effective SPT and treatment of peri-implant mucositis and peri-implantitis.


DATE: November 3 - 4, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Medical Emergencies for the Entire Dental Team and Legal Implications for Dental Practitioners
Credits: 6.00
In the morning portion of the course, Dr. Morton Rosenberg will address the prevention and management of medical emergencies in the dental office. Topics will include: preparing your office and team for a medical emergency; emergency drugs and emergency equipment; diagnosis and treatment of the obstructed airway; and management of minor and major emergencies.


DATE: November 15, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Panoramic Radiographs and Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT): Theory and Practice
Credits: 8.00
Understanding how to accurately interpret panoramic radiographs and CBCT images has become a key aspect of dentistry. As such, it is imperative that dentists feel comfortable not only interpreting these images but translating them into treatment for their patients. Join Drs. Ramesh and Ganguly for this two-day, hands-on course designed to teach participants how to systematically interpret both panoramic radiographs and CBCT images! Participants may choose to attend either one or both days of the course.

DATE: November 17 - 18, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Self-Medication and Substance Abuse: Clinical Dental Considerations
Credits: 6.00
Armed with limited information and faced with rising prescription drug costs, our patients continue to self-medicate with a variety of prescription and non-prescription drug products, often without mention during a review of their medical history. Many patients add or substitute prescription and non-prescription drug products in their medication regimen, unaware of potentially serious drug interactions, contraindications, and adverse effects. This program will provide participants with an overview of dental considerations of the most popular prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, herbal products, and nutritional supplements patients use to self-medicate, including a discussion of the effects of the illicit use of these products. Special emphasis will be given to the techniques useful in obtaining a complete and accurate patient medication history.


DATE: November 17, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Lasers in Dentistry and Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery
Credits: 7.00
In this hands-on course, Dr. Strauss will discuss the most popular laser wavelengths, physics of laser surgery, means of controlling a laser's effect on tissue, and the three basic techniques of laser use. All this will be backed up by a variety of real-life cases that will illustrate the potential of this exciting technology and an opportunity for participants to use the lasers!


DATE: November 18, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Smart Ways to Handle Your Money
Credits: 6.00
The presentation will include: how to develop long and short term investing game plans, asset allocation, how to determine a reasonable risk and return, decide on an amount to remove from your portfolio, remove money with the least amount of expense and trouble, avoid high fees, consider better alternatives than annuities and a presentation of a list of stocks and mutual funds which will help you reach your goals.


DATE: December 2, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Treating People, Not Patients – Having Patients Say Yes to Treatment: Exam, Diagnosis, Treatment Planning and Delivery of Comprehensive Dental Care
Credits: 7.00
A healthy periodontium is the foundation of a healthy mouth, and thus the foundation of all dentistry. A comprehensive examination is an essential first step in the performance of ideal dental care, but getting a patient to “say yes” to treatment involves more than just reporting one's findings. A doctor must first foster a doctor-patient relationship in which the patient trusts in the decision that he or she makes regarding their own health. In this course, Dr. Sonick will review the important patient communication techniques that have enabled him to build a successful practice where over 90% of his patients say yes to comprehensive dental treatment – and keep his practice fully booked 2-3 months in advance!


DATE: December 2, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
The Medical History: What You Need to Know to Provide Effective, Safe Dental Care
Credits: 4.00
This course provides a direct link between the biomedical and medical core sciences and clinical dental practice. Throughout the morning, Dr. Scrivani will provide a review of the medical knowledge necessary for providing safe, quality dental care to patients with systemic medical illnesses.


DATE: December 8, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA
Real World Occlusion: It’s Not Just Teeth
Credits: 12.00
Join Drs. Kugel and Mehta for this expanded, 2-day course as they bring their clinical experiences and expertise to help you blend the concepts of esthetics, function, and dysfunction into your everyday treatment regimen!


DATE: December 15 - 16, 2017 | LOCATION: Boston, MA