Through AGD/PACE approved provider DC Dental, we are thrilled to bring you live, interactive, ultra high-quality webinars.      DC Clinical courses are hand picked based on our mission to deliver actionable, skill building knowledge that makes your “dental life” more efficient, more productive and ultimately, more rewarding.

At the end of each archived course, a quiz will automatically pop up. Once you receive 100% on the quiz, you will then be emailed your CE Certificate within 1 business day. 

Date Time Category Faculty Member Webinar Title
09.21.22 8:00 PM ET Self-Improvement India Chance, BSDH, RDH How to Speak Digital: Incorporating Digital Scanners into the Hygiene Dept to Increase Productivity

How to Speak Digital: Incorporating Digital Scanners into the Hygiene Dept to Increase Productivity

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

This course discusses how implementing innovative technology can expand the dental hygiene department to provide positive clinical outcomes and contribute to the dental practice’s overall productivity. We will explore versatile workflow options that allow dental hygienists to work more efficiently and increase case acceptance.

Learning Objectives:
-Explore implementation strategies to develop versatile workflows for dental hygienists to increase overall productivity
-Explain scanning techniques dental hygienists can use during recall visits to contribute to higher case acceptance
-Discuss how the dental hygienist can digitize manual tasks that are more cost-effective and provide a better patient experience

09.07.22 8:00 PM ET Practice Management and Human Relations Cally Gedge The Reality and Clarity of Social Media

The Reality and Clarity of Social Media

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

A deep dive into the truth of why Social Media matters to your dental office but more importantly to your patients and prospects.

Together we will make the switch from time vampire to business resource, creating a strong reason why when used correctly it is an important resource for building credibility and authority in your local community.

The end result is that you stand out from your competitors and educate prospects on why they should choose your dental office above all others.

I will show you the following:
• How to match the right platform with the correct treatment.
• How to shine in your community by adding value and not competing on price.
• How to set up your pages properly for the best engagement.
• What does successful social media presence look like and how do I measure the results?

Learning Objectives:
– Learn simple criteria to distinguish between a routine restorative case and an interdisciplinary case
– Learn how to leverage digital workflows to enhance diagnosis and patient engagment
– Learn how to leverage your interdisciplinary team to optimize outcomes

08.24.22 8:00 PM ET Implant Dentistry Robert Slauch, DDS Clinical Considerations for Single Tooth Implant Dentistry: Case Selection, Treatment Planning, Surgical Execution and Restorative Options

Clinical Considerations for Single Tooth Implant Dentistry: Case Selection, Treatment Planning, Surgical Execution and Restorative Options

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Understanding the surgical and restorative fundamentals of implant dentistry is imperative to properly manage cases and grow this side of your practice. The goal of this presentation is to tackle these fundamentals. We will explore what variables to look for at the pre-treatment visit, the surgical plan, proper space requirements, and understanding soft tissue development. Finally, we will discuss proper abutment choice and crown designs.

08.10.22 8:00 PM ET Implant Dentistry Nick Fahey, DMD Guided Surgery: The New Practice Standard for Oral Implantology

Guided Surgery: The New Practice Standard for Oral Implantology

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Guided surgery for implant placement is not a new concept in implant dentistry. Restoratively driven implant placement is a well-accepted and often quoted dogma, when clinicians consider implant positioning. However, guided surgery, which I believe to be the apogee of restoratively driven implant planning and placement still struggles to find wide scale acceptance.

In this presentation, I will put forward the case for computer guided surgery. Discussing the benefits of planning your surgery virtually before going to the patient’s mouth and the clinical advantages of guided surgery. Before looking to the future and how this fast-evolving technology may look.

Learning objectives:
-Learn how planning your implant cases virtually is a benefit to the surgeon, restoring colleague (if different to the surgeon) and patient.
-Learn how using guided surgery protocols can simplify all aspects of implant dentistry.
-Learn how guided surgery can be used to increase profit.
-Learn how patients benefit from guided surgery

07.27.22 8:00 PM ET Self-Improvement Elaine Halley, DDS Smile Analysis: How Curiosity Improves Treatment Planning

Smile Analysis: How Curiosity Improves Treatment Planning

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Join Dr Elaine Halley to learn how developing a systematic approach to analyzing cases before we begin treatment planning solutions leads to more predictable outcomes. These strategies also provide a framework for discussion with patients which helps to educate and motivate them and opens the door for more comprehensive treatment opportunities. This webinar will cover the key stages of taking a patient from the first visit through to presenting treatment options.

Course Objectives:
-To understand the common mistakes made when treatment planning and how to avoid them
-To understand how to organize and review clinical examination findings
-How to ask questions in a systematic way that leads to enhanced diagnosis
-How to maximize the use of digital technology for patient communication

07.06.22 8:00 PM ET Self-Improvement Paresh Shah, DMD Beyond Single Tooth Dentistry

Beyond Single Tooth Dentistry

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

The key to a successful and thriving practice extends beyond treating teeth in isolation. By looking at entire mouth, we have the ability to provide more comprehensive treatment to create a more stable environment for the patient. This presentation will highlight several principles that are essential for the practitioner to consider in treatment planning an interdisciplinary case. Identifying the criteria to determine the need for multiple disciplines will be explained through evaluation of a clinical case. This treatment planning case presentation will include clinical conditions commonly found in everyday practice. Participants will be shown a simple but effective set of parameters that can be used immediately in their treatment planning process

Learning Objectives:
– Learn simple criteria to distinguish between a routine restorative case and an interdisciplinary case
– Learn how to leverage digital workflows to enhance diagnosis and patient engagment
– Learn how to leverage your interdisciplinary team to optimize outcomes

06.01.22 8:00 PM ET Practice Management and Human Relations Christopher Phelps, DMD The COMPLETE New Patient Dental Marketing Workshop

The COMPLETE New Patient Dental Marketing Workshop

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Based on his new textbook series, the COMPLETE Book On Dental Marketing, in this webinar Dr. Phelps will take you through the Attraction stage of the dental marketing cycle. Utilizing Dr. Phelps’ 7 Pillars of Marketing you will learn how to attract the right quantity and quality of new patients to your practice. Learning to become an effective CEO of your marketing department. The lessons learned in this webinar are the same Dr. Phelps’ learned while transitioning his marketing from spending $35,000/month but only netting 60 new patients, to spending 74% less per month and attracting over 300 fee for service patients. A move that helped both of his practices grow by over $1,000,000 each, for two consecutive years.

Objectives:
-Discover the two sides of the marketing coin that you need to master.
-Learn how to identify your target market, really understanding which new patient you want more of this year.
-Create strategic messages that grab your target market’s attention and influence them to want to learn more.
-Use written and visual content that speaks to your target market and targets what stage they are at in the consumer buying cycle.
-Create Offers that don’t discount your services but instead attract a higher quality patient. One who’ll pay your full fee.
-Utilize Dr. Robert Cialidini’s 6 Principles of Persuasion to influence more people to respond to your marketing efforts.
-Learn tips and tricks from the different mediums you can use to find your new patients. From print and online mediums to lead generation, parasite vs symbiote network marketing, to public relations and more.
-Realize the 5 main areas you need to track to verify that you got a positive ROI or “actual” return for your marketing investment.

05.19.22 8:00 AM ET Implant Dentistry Sammy Noumbissi, DDS IN PERSON CE: 11th IAOCI World Congress Ceramic Implantology

IN PERSON CE: 11th IAOCI World Congress Ceramic Implantology

Credits: 24
Cost: $895
Time: 8:00 AM ET

The 11th Annual meeting of the International Academy of Ceramic Implantology is going to be in Washington DC from May 19 to 21, 2022. This event will focus on education and elaborating on the benefits of  bioceramics in implant dentistry both surgically and prosthetically.

During the last few years have we have observed a rapid increase in the demand for ceramic implants in North America; This trend although mostly driven by patients has been met with a positive and proactive response from the implant industry.

In the United States there are now nine FDA-approved and commercially available ceramic implant systems six of which have been approved in the last four years.

The topics this year will address among others the impact of dental implant materials on implant success, the fast-growing peri-implantitis problem, the benefits and proper applications of zirconia as an implantable material. There will be lectures and workshops on implant practice management, bone regeneration, aesthetics, implant materials, the biological interaction of zirconia ceramics with hard and soft tissues, the latest innovations with ceramic implants and how to successfully introduce and implement metal free implant dentistry in your practice.

05.18.22 8:00 PM ET Implant Dentistry Robert Slauch, DDS Full Mouth Rehabilitation With A Combination of Natural Teeth and Implants: Proper Diagnosis and Treatment Sequence

Full Mouth Rehabilitation With A Combination of Natural Teeth and Implants: Proper Diagnosis and Treatment Sequence

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Full Mouth Rehabs with a combination of natural teeth and implants requires proper treatment sequencing to provide the most favorable outcome. A case example will be shown in this lecture along with discussing proper diagnosis, surgical and restorative steps, implant selection, material selection and follow-up protocols.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand proper diagnosis and treatment planning for natural tooth and implant combo cases.
2. Explore the ideal treatment sequence with these types of cases.
3. How to effectively communicate with patients and your multi-disciplinary team to manage expectations and outcomes.

05.04.22 8:00 PM ET Practice Management and Human Relations Travis Campbell, DDS Dental Insurance Myth Busting: Removing the Barriers to Success

Dental Insurance Myth Busting: Removing the Barriers to Success

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

We all deal with dental insurance in some capacity, whether we file claims for patients or help them file their own. However, many of the myths surrounding dental insurance plaque all dentists and increase their overhead and decrease their reimbursements. This course will bust these myths and help teach you and your team how to play the insurance game for better reimbursement, less denials, and best practices for your patient’s benefit in less time.

There are simple and practical steps all throughout this CE course that will guide you to a better understanding of insurance and how you can manage the process.

Are you ready to change dealing with insurance from a nightmare to just a mild annoyance?

Course Objectives:

  • Bust common dental insurance myths
  • Improve insurance management tactics and profitability
  • Achieve more predictable reimbursements for patients
  • Remove pitfalls and stress for the team
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