Informational Webinar: Forward-thinking always has been a point of emphasis for Ottawa Dental Laboratory. Integration in the CAD/CAM space prompted their purchase of the Eden 260V 3D printer. With it, Ottawa Dental Laboratory prints not only models for its own cases but also surgical guides, flexi partials, and orthodontic models. Use of the printer has enabled Ottawa Dental Lab to build business relationships with orthodontists, oral surgeons, and periodontists. They also utilize the 3D printer to create models for other laboratories. Digital dentistry has allowed them to be more efficient, have lower remake rates, and produce better products.
Informational Webinar: For a business to make money, it has to get paid for the services it provides. Your dental practice is not any different, though it is not so simple. Your practice has to send out claims, notices, proof of service, justifications, bills, and often collection notices. In dentistry, it isn’t a simple exchange of goods for currency; it’s a whole headache of fighting for the money you’ve already earned. At times, it can take months to receive compensation for the work you’ve done.
In this presentation, Cindy Hauk—who has years of experience as an office manager and as an owner of her own dental consulting firm—will offer tips and tricks on how your office can get paid quicker. Topics will range from internal processes and organization to ways to communicate and work with patients and insurance companies.
Informational Webinar: The best way to improve your profits is to track your practice's key performance indicators (KPIs). This webinar shows you how to identify your KPIs and how to improve them. If you've ever looked at a report and not trusted the numbers, or not understood how the numbers impact your profits, this webinar is for you! Gather your team together and watch profitability expert Tammy Barker reveal how to master the metrics that matter most to the success of your practice.
Informational Webinar: When done properly, direct bonding is truly the most creative and minimally invasive dental treatment that today’s dentist can render. For clinicians, there are difficulties that make material selection and anatomical design a stressful experience. Layering techniques and architectural designs taught in this seminar will enable the attendees to create life-like esthetically pleasing restorations. Polishing and finishing techniques will reviewed in detail and a step-by-step procedural approach to solving daily anterior challenges will be presented.
In this informational practice management webinar, Sonny Mortensen at Weave Communications will discuss how to better market your practice without paying for marketing. Tap into your existing patient database and increase their trust, their commitment to you, and your overall profit.
In this informational follow-up to his “Introduction to Mini Dental Implants” webinar, Dr. Shatkin will discuss how mini dental implants can be used for the functional and esthetic replacement of single and multiple missing teeth by the general practice dentist.
Post and core placement is a common procedure in the modern dental office. Although it can be completed quickly and easily, the complications that may arise are often catastrophic. Root fracture, root perforation, exfoliated restorations, and other unintended consequences are costly to repair or can result in extraction of the tooth. In this webinar, we’ll look at the large volume of post and core materials on the market and discuss sound techniques that are supported by various articles from peer-reviewed journals.
Digital radiography has become mainstream. This simple-to-use technology saves your office time and money while enhancing your ability to diagnose and educate your patients. This webinar will show the dentist and staff the benefits of acquiring phosphor plate digital radiography.
Bruxing has always been an issue for a large portion of the population. More than 50 million people (1 in 6) in the U.S. have symptoms of bruxing, however, they are rarely ever given an effective treatment.
The edentulous population continues to grow domestically as well as globally. This market has been underserved for many years, and patients have had to adapt to ill-fitting dentures. Thanks to advances in technologies and techniques, dental professionals are now able to provide predictable solutions to increase function, form, and esthetics. These solutions will enhance the quality of life of a fully edentulous patient.