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Presented by Chuck Blakeman Based on the “#1 Rated Business Book of the Year” “...for its impact.” (NFIB) Your practice should produce both time and money, not just money. Chuck Blakeman will show you how to: • Get off the treadmill • Make more money in less time • Get back to the passion that brought you into dentistry in the first place • Build a practice you can enjoy for decades Use Your Practice to Build Your Ideal Lifestyle,…

February 21 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Presented by Ed Foresman Center Director and VP of Research & Development at ACTIVCORE With the growing amount of time spent in the workplace at computers and with patients in stationary positions -headaches, cervical spine pain, and scapula pain are crippling productivity and efficiency of employees across the country. Learning Objetives: 1. Posture 2. Ergonomics 3. Muscle imbalances/deficits 4. Treatment 5:30pm - Registration & Dinner • 6:00 - Course begins • 2 CE • RSVP by 2/21/19 • Register online…

March 7 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Presented by Dr. Raymond Rophie Course Description: Digital Dentistry is revolutionizing our profession. A digital workflow allows for the full integration of therapeutic steps from patient diagnostics and treatment planning to surgery and prosthetic design. APPLYING THESE WORKFLOWS IN A LINEAR, LOGICAL WAY, will enable you to collaborate more efficiently with your treatment partners and achieve more predictable, precise results in less time. This course is designed to provide dentists with the necessary knowledge and skills to choose and use…

March 28 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Presented by Lorenzo Mordini DDS, M.S. Assistant Professor. Surgical Implant coordinator, Department of Periodontology Peri-implant disease is a growing burden of the exponential implant diffusion in dentistry. The goal of this lecture is to give an insight on implants diseases, on how to diagnose them and decide, to treat or refer them to a specialist. The first part will focus on implants ideal placement, healing phases and maintenance regime. The second part will deal with implant diseases, their diagnosis and…

April 18 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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Presented by Roy Shelburne CDT Codes are changing at an unprecedented rate and ICD-10 completely new to many practices. In the CDT, over 175 additions, deletions, and modifications have occurred over the past 3 years. ICD-10 is a new medical coding system that became mandatory on October 1, 2016 for medical payers. Many practices are unaware that Medical plans will reimburse dentists for necessary treatment. Remaining current is essential for maximum reimbursement and documentation that supports the treatment is paramount.…

June 19 5:30 pm - 8:00 pm
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