Dermal Fillers and Neurotoxins
This program will help you explore adding Dermal Fillers (Restylane, Radiesse, Belotero and Juvederm) and Neurotoxins (Botox, Dysport, Xeomin) Administration to your office procedures.
Review of facial architecture
Botulinum toxin treatment of TMJ syndrome and bruxism
Know the difference between dynamic and static wrinkles
Learn what kind of wrinkles can be improved by facial fillers
Learn what kind of wrinkles can be improved by neurotoxins
Indications and contraindications
Understand facial fillers and neurotoxin storage techniques
Live demo of filler for the lips
Live demo of neurotoxins
The Treatment Plan Coordinator is a very important role within the dental office. The Coordinator acts as a liaison between the dentist and the patient. Important skills of the Coordinator include: Understanding required treatment and being able to explain it to the patient, Explaining and coordinating paying options as well as insurance coverage.
Heath care coordinators work closely with patients on a one-on-one basis. They provide guidance, support, and advice to patients dealing with complex medical issues. These professionals can help their patients navigate through a dental care scenario that may involve a variety of different doctors and treatment methods. Duties can include scheduling appointments, assisting with major decisions, helping patients understand complex medical information, evaluating care quality, and working with other health care professionals to ensure that the correct path is being taken. A knowledgeable Treatment Plan Coordinator can help patients feel good about their treatment plan and in turn help a dental practice grow.
Oral Oncology: Updates on Oral Cancer, Oral Health Care for the Radiated Patient and Osteonecrosis-[AGD Code: #734]
The program is designed to review the critical elements of oral oncology focusing on the early detection of oral cancer and the provision of oral health care to patients who have received radiation, chemotherapy or anti-resorptive agents that are associated with osteonecrosis.
Learning Objectives: At the conclusion of this session, participants will be able to:
1. Identify the risk factors, high risk sites and early appearance of oral cancer;
2. Discuss the impact of radiation and chemotherapy on oral health care;
3. Describe the effect of anti-resorptive agents on the jaws and outline a strategy for management of patients on these drugs
For over 25 years we have been recognized as a leader in quality continuing education. Our instructors are highly qualified in the topics they teach. We offer a home like environment with comfortable classrooms, a convenient location, and ample parking. Complimentary Lunch is provided with Full Day Programs in Fairfield unless otherwise specified. Classes are held on a variety of days & hours to accommodate your busy schedule. A participant who completes a program in its entirety and has paid for the tuition, will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Count on us for your continuing dental education course. We’re dedicated to your success.
Confirmations are only emailed upon request.
Cancellations should be in writing and received no later than 10 business days prior to the program, for a refund minus a $25.00 registration fee. Registrant may opt to choose another program, in which the full course fee will be transferred, if this request is no later than 10 business days prior to a program.
Cancellations received less than 10 days prior to the program will receive a credit for another class.
Same day cancellations or failure to show for a program will be responsible for the full tuition and registration fee with no refund or transfer. If refund policy differs from the above policy, it will be listed under the course description.