CE: Managing Complex Esthetic and Implant Cases
Early registration fee thru Feb. 9. Discounts apply for CDM Alumni, CDM Implantology Continuum alumni and CDM Faculty/staff.
Practical information and training designed to be readily introduced into your practice. Designed for both the experienced general practitioner and specialist - through lectures and hands-on, model-driven training, learn the key principles to hone your artistry and technical skills. Attendees are encouraged to bring complex cases to discuss and your digital dentistry challenges.
Course Director Dr. James Fine leads the team of clinical instructors.
Day 1: Ceramic Laminate Veneers; Update on new Ceramic Materials-their clinical management, cementation and removal; plus Esthetic Veneer Temporization and Preparation Workshop (model-based training) with Drs. Mark Pitel, Thomas Magnani, Marc Schlenoff, and Frank Valdinoto.
Day 2: Preserving the Landmarks for Advanced Prosthetic Esthetics; Case Management; and Esthetic Mgmt. and Complications of Immediate Anterior Implants with Drs. Daniel Budasoff, Marc Schlenoff, and Nurit Bittner.
Day 3: Aesthetic Crown Lengthening; Socket Preservation; Digital Technology in Full Mouth Prosthetic Rehabilitation; and the Role of the Certified Dental Technician with Drs. James Fine and Gary Kaye, and Jason Kim, CDT.
Friday thru Sunday - all day sessions, starting at 8:45 AM.
Columbia University College of Dental Medicine is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider 11/17-12/21. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
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