Finding the Optimal Bite for Sleep Appliances
Thursday 3 - 4 pm
This is a course designed to educate general clinicians on the digital workflow for airway analysis in case planning for obstructive sleep apnea with appliance-based therapy.
Integrating Obstructive Sleep Apnea into your Practice: Better Sleep for Better Health
Saturday 2:30 - 3:30 pm
This is a course that will teach dental professionals about incorporating obstructive sleep apnea into their practices with a digital workflow and fabricated applianced based therapy.
FUNCTIONal Esthetics with CEREC
Thursday 1:30 - 2:30 pm
In the last few years, CEREC has elevated from a quadrant-based modality into a fully fledged restorative solution for comprehensive full mouth cases. This course will demonstrate how to integrate SICAT Function and Joint Motion Tracking (JMT) data into the CEREC design software to create patient-specific occlusal schemes and minimize post-delivery adjustments. Learn how these cutting edge features lead to more efficient and predictable clinical outcomes when tackling larger restorative cases with CEREC.
The Business Side of Dentistry: What Every Dentist Should Know
Saturday 10:30 - 11:30 am
This course will cover the basics for building a successful dental practice. It will provide easy to understand concepts for practice growth and how to understand and navigate tax incentives and retirement plans to increase revenue and maximize practice growth
The Enigmatic CBCT Volume: Approach, Incidental Findings and Management
Friday 3:30 - 5 pm
In the process of examining cone beam CT volumes the dentist may come across radiographic findings that were not expected. These are known as incidental findings. In other words they represent conditions in the patient that were not anticipated or not the reason for ordering the scan. This course will focus on how to review a CBCT volume, to recognize the various types of incidental findings typical of CBCT scans and what to do about them.
Unlocking the Hidden Production within Your Practice with CBCT
Saturday 1 - 2 pm
This course will give attendees a blueprint to practice growth and clinical success using cone beam CT. Discussion will focus on growth strategies and integration workflow, with specific clinical technique focus on guided implantology as a way to grow your practice. This course is great for a clinical on the fence about integrating cone beam in the practice or any cone beam user that is not maximizing the technology in their own practice.
Efficient Treatment Planning with Sidexis 4 and Sicat Suite
Saturday 4 - 5 pm
Utilize the Sidexis 4 software to manage Imaging and CEREC date, for faster and more efficient treatment planing for Implants, airway and functional diagnosis.
Unleashing the Power of SICAT Endo
Thursday 4:30 - 5:30 pm
This course will demonstrate the benefits of using CBCT in Endodontic cases. In addition, we will discuss a new digital workflow for endodontic case planning and treatment. The course will cover the benefits fo guided endodontic procedures.
3D Imaging, Digital Technology and Computer-Guided Dental Implant Surgery
Friday 3:30 - 5 pm
This course will show the clinician how 3D technologies have revolutionized the diagnosis and treatment planning for oral pathology, surgical procedures and the restoration of oral function with dental implants and and custom prosthetics.
Medical Billing in the Dental Office, from CBCT to Oral Surgery
Saturday 9 - 10 am
An overview of the many different codes that may be billed to medical insurance from a dental office. We will discuss how these codes and benefits may be used to grow our practices and help our patients.
Sleep Apnea Medical Billing, from HST to Appliance
Saturday 1 - 2 pm
This course will cover the basic understanding of medical billing for the dental sleep office, benefits and how to incorporate key learning into the practice.
TMJ Craniocervical Diagnostic from Joint Position to Airway
Friday 8:30 - 10 am
We are living in a world where the pace of technological development is growing rapidly therefore affecting the way we live our lives. As techniques and advantages have emerged in the last decade , our contribution as early adopters of technology has fueled innovation. It is an exciting time for dentistry!
The amount of information collected with technology these days is creating consequences in a positive way to diagnose and treat our patients but in order to take advantage of this information and not miss the value and the influence of the treatments we need to have a protocol to interpret the scans starting from structural components, anatomical variables and functional accommodations that affect the TMJ , the cervical spine, two big components that are the ones that control airway. There is only one diagnostic but many possibilities of treatment. Sicat Function adds into the dynamic diagnostic but it is also a great tool to confirm the execution of the treatment.