2020 ADS Annual Meeting Courses
Friday February 21st
Precision, Productivity and Profitability of Implant Prosthetics in Private Practice by Dr. Robert C. Vogel (all day course)
This scientifically based fast moving presentation designed for private practice will cover state of the art Topics, Tips and Techniques in Implant Prosthetics. A systematic approach to ideal Esthetic treatment of single teeth and fully edentulous patients will be presented emphasizing longterm biologic stability, predictability and improved profitability. Topics in Fixed, Removable and Hybrid Prosthetics will be addressed focusing on: New options for Screw Retained restorations, ideal restorative material selection, Provisionalization and realistic digital workflows. Also discussed will be Simplified Overdentures,Implant Retained Partial Dentures and Foolproof Fee Determination,Ideal Insurance Codes and Patient Presentation Techniques. An in-depth discussion of the Newest Components &Technologies to gain confidence with abutment selection and incorporating the benefits of CAD CAM and zirconium restorative materials will be included.
Saturday February 22nd
Evidence Based Restorative Materials Update: Separating Fact from Fiction by Parag R. Kachalia, DDS (all day course)
This program will look at a broad spectrum of restorative materials available today. Over the course of the last 5 years there has been an explosion in the number of restorative materials that are available to the practitioner. Years ago the practitioner was simply asked to pick between amalgam, ceramo-metal restorations and gold.
Today’s practitioner must consider the various generations of bonding agents, composites, ceramics, cements, etc. The course will allow the practitioner to sift through the confusing maze of materials and decide which materials are most appropriate for a multitude or restorative situations. Specific materials
that will be covered include, self-etch adhesives, low shrinkage bulk fill resins, advancements in flowable composites, and new generation of resin and resin modified glass ionomer cements. (Direct and Indirect)
Creating Practice Excellence: A total systems approach by Cindy Ishimoto (all day course)
How to achieve the success you imagine. The top 3 systems that every practice can benefit from
refining. Scheduling: are you fitting the puzzle pieces together to achieve your production goals or plugging the openings with patients? Collections: are you collecting what you produce or is the accounts receivable system growing? Are patients proceeding with treatment you recommended
or are they putting it off because they can’t fit the treatment in their budget? Participants will learn: How to effectively schedule to meet the office goals, doctor needs and patient needs. How to prevent the dreaded “double booked” syndrome in the scheduling system. How to collect over the counter and how to offer financial options that work with the patients’ needs and meet the practice standards of collecting. Decrease the amount of open time in your practice by learning the ABC’s of preventing broken appointments