Patient Expectations, Digital Dentistry & Contemporary Implants

Friday, November 16, 2012

Location:
College of Dentistry
Speaker: Dr. Paul Olin, DDS
Credits: 3CE hrs.
Registration: 9:30am
Course: 10:00am-1:15pm
Course Fee:
   
$120 Dentists & $60 Auxiliary
Course ID:
   
DENT120021  - Dentists
    DENT120022  - Auxiliary

Speaker:

Dr. Paul Olin, received his DDS, Prosthodontics Certificate and Masters Degree from The University of Iowa College of Dentistry. He has been teaching and practicing at the University of Minnesota since 1985. He currently directs the Implant Program at the Univ. of Minnesota and the Postgraduate Continuing Education program in Contemporary and Esthetic Dentistry levels 1-3.

Course Descriptions:

Meeting patient expectations can sometimes be a frustrating battle. Helping to understand the perspectives between the dentist and the patient is important and can make providing care much more satisfying. Digital Dentistry is changing prosthetics from impressions to dentures. Anterior esthetic implants: what we thought we knew and what we now know.

Objectives:

After course,  the participant will

  1. Understand differences in patient vs. dentist esthetic perspectives
  2. Find ways to Improve communication between patient and dentist
  3. Become acquainted with the various digital procedures
  4. Better understanding of implant esthetics
  5. Improved treatment planning options

Method of teaching: Lecture/discussion

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