Gel (Dermal) Fillers
How to Rejuvenate Smile and Dento-Facial Esthetics Using Soft Tissue Gels (Dermal Fillers), as Well as Everything You Should Know About Ideal Gel Material Selection in Your Dental Practice.HA gel (Dermal) fillers are used to add volume to the dental and skeletal profiles. Learn how to improve peri-oral esthetics including lips, nasiolabial folds, marionette lines, and chins. This program covers the essential diagnostic and injecting skills to effectively enhance your patients' smile so that the outcome is predictable, attractive and looks completely natural. Different filler materials will be reviewed to enable the attendee to select the most effective fillers for specific sites. Injection sites, volumes, and needle techniques are covered in detail to predictably improve the appearance of the skeletal profile and compliment your cosmetic dentistry.
8:30 a.m. Registration (Continental Breakfast)
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. (Lunch Included)
Dr. Howard Katz is a practicing general dentist and dental visionary whose name is on the patents for Botox, gel filler (dermal fillers) formulations, Oraverse anesthetic reversal, and Safegide implant guides. Dr. Katz is responsible for motivating and introducing Botox and gel filler treatments into dentistry around the world more than a decade ago. He continues to update and improve these innovative courses and treatments to maintain the cutting edge for educating dentists on how to perform these treatments within the realm of dentistry.
Educational Objectives and Benefits:
- natural lip and dento-facial form that mimics youth and ideal dental support
- Improved teeth to lips proportion
- improved dental esthetics
- Soften or eliminate nasiolabial folds, marrionette lines, “bar-codes” (smokers lines)
- Build up deficient chins
- Turn up commissures
- Sculpting ideal lip contours
Nova Southeastern University Health Professions Division is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider, member of the Association for Continuing Dental Education, approved AGD/PACE program provider, accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), and the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE).