Predictable & Profitable Procedures for Our New Economy
Less Stress, Better Results, Happier Patients, Improved Bottom Line
In today’s economy, it’s critical that we run our practices in a predictable and efficient manner.This course will demystify some of the newer materials, help you make placing aesthetic restorations easier and more predictable, and discuss basic principles of Cosmetic Dentistry. With that comes a lower level of stress and greater profitabilityWouldn’t it be nice to have our patients ask for the highest level of care we can provide? A section on motivating patients to request treatment will also be included. Information based on recent brain research will explain how to involve patients in the case presentation process.
You‘ll get take-home knowledge that will help make your practice easier, more predictable, more enjoyable, and help improve your bottom line.
Course Schedule: 8:30 am – 9:00 am Registration &Breakfast
9:00 am – 12:00 pm Presentation
Dr. Fier is a practicing clinician and highly respected lecturer in the US and internationally on multiple topics including aesthetics, restorative dentistry, and practice management. He presents CE courses at many dental schools, learning centers, and prestigious conferences in the USA and internationally.He is the executive vice-president of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, and has been honored with Fellowships in the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists, International Academy of Dental-Facial Esthetics, and the Academy of Dentistry International. Dr. Fier is a contributing editor for REALITY, and a member of the Scientific Advisory Board of DENTISTRY TODAY. He publishes regularly, and his contributions to the literature have been in the areas of aesthetics, restorative dentistry, case presentation, hypnosis, and how dentistry affects the quality of life. For the past thirteen years, he has been listed in DENTISTRY TODAY’S list of the best lecturers in “Leaders in Continuing Education.”
Educational Objectives and Benefits:
- How to reduce time spent on achieving lifelike restorations
- How to reduce technique sensitivity no matter how you bond
- How to eliminate contact area problems in posteriors
- The benefits of new chameleon composite technology
- How to achieve zero post-op sensitivity in your restorations
- New materials to help patients with hypersensitive teeth
- The latest material for removing white spot lesions conservatively
- How to find solutions to challenging cases when they seem impossible
And as a BONUS…
A better way to motivate patients to accept treatment plans and say “Yes”
What Past Attendees Have Said About Some of His Courses:
"Presentation of this course by Dr. Fier was incredible. I learned lots of information about what materials to use and how to use it, ready to use in my practice. This course is not to be missed! Highly recommended!"
- Ms. Lilit Stepanyan, Clifton, NJ
"The course was very informative and I received quite a few pearls of wisdom that will help me in my practice."
- Dr. Richard Procopio, Summit, NJ
"Overall the course is very good."
- Dr. Satya Pabbarajn, Yardley, PA
"Great course - useful products, good presentation and information."
- Dr. Greg Bowles, Virginia Beach, VA
"I really liked Dr. Fier's treatment planning when you have to think out of the box in tough cases."
- Dr. Tony Corello, Westfield, NJ
"Dr. Fier was great. Enjoyed the course and learned some helpful tips from him."
- Dr. Dan Kang, Syracuse, NY
"Gave lots of information on how to get better results with composite restorations. I learned a lot more on how to manipulate composites and how to avoid certain mistakes."
- Dr. Jaine Matthew, Bergenfield, NJ
"My opinion of this course is that it is excellent!"
- Dr. Stanislaw Kaminski, Wallington, NJ
Nova Southeastern University College of Dental Medicine is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. 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. The College is a member of the Association for Continuing Dental Education, approved AGD/PACE program