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From Our Side Of The Chair Dental Assistant Course with GC America

From Our Side of the Chair

Speaker Shannon Pace Brinker CDA  CDD

The ideal chairside dental assistant must be current and knowledgeable in materials science and proficient in the various step-by-step procedures required to deliver state-of-the-art dentistry to the patient. In addition, increase your artistic skill and satisfaction by learning about materials and techniques that can help deliver to the patient the best dentistry has to offer! This is one comprehensive course that every dental assistant needs to attend!

 

What You Will Learn…

 

  • Advanced Smile Design Isolation Techniques For Esthetic Dental Procedures.
  • Digital Photography
  • Impression Techniques for excellent records
  • Methods Of Provisionalization For Partial And Full Coverage Restorations (Indirect and Direct Techniques)
  • Techniques To Deliver Bonded Dental Restorations.
  • Laboratory Communication For Esthetic Restorations.
  • Etch-Prime and Bond, Matrix placement for Direct Composites
  • Assisting Techniques (Preparation/Delivery)
  • Laboratory Diagnostic Composite Mock-Ups (Veneers,

January 22, 2021

GC America


8:30 to 5:00


Shannon Pace Brinker



WCDDA

Entire Dental Team

Fabricating Exquisite POSTERIOR Hands-on Lecture (Equipment and materials included) Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD
Seminar C 9:00 am – 12:30 pm, 3 CEUs

(Limited to 40 participants)

Multiple fabrication techniques will be presented, including materials selection and custom staining.
The workshop will cover provisional cementation techniques to reduce sensitivity and provide retention. Participants will fabricate a crown and bridge provisional.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand both indirect and direct provisional techniques
  • Trim, finish, and polish provisionals to create exquisite fit and esthetics
  • Choose cementation techniques for partial and full coverage posterior provisionals

Fabricating Exquisite ANTERIOR Hands-on Lecture (equipment and materials included) Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA, CDD
Seminar F 1:30pm – 5:00pm, 3 CEUs

(Limited to 40 participants)

This session will present a philosophy of esthetics centered on the concept of natural beauty created from research in both art and science. Esthetic success depends not only on the creation
of a beautiful smile but ensuring optimal function
and health. Bringing together the concepts of form and function, we will look at how smile design and anterior guidance come together
to ensure patient comfort and predictability. Finally, we will discuss how our provisionals create the blueprint for what works and allow an exact transfer of this information into porcelain.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand both indirect and direct provisional techniques
  • Trim, finish, and polish provisionals to create exquisite fit and esthetics
  • Choose cementation techniques for partial and complete coverage anterior provisional

February 4, 2022

Tampa, Fl


9:00 to 5:00


Shannon Pace Brinker and ACA Team Trainers


https://www.wcdental.org


Chicago Midwinter Meeting

Art of Exquisite Anterior or Posterior:
Single or Multi-Unit Provisional Restorations

Dental restorations for provisional and indirect restorative procedures now have a distinct purpose as vital diagnostic and assessment tools to evaluate function, esthetics, occlusion, and more. This hands-on

course reports on materials, techniques, and concepts in fabricating and maintaining long-term Esthetic provisional. Each attendee will fabricate the following: single-unit anterior, three-unit posterior bridge, implant crown, and six-unit anterior provisional restoration.

After this course, you will be able to:

• Choose the right provisional materials, pre-operative impression technique, and bur selection

• Understand provisional trimming, carving, polishing, and staining

Creating A Digital Workflow

Younger generations love technology and associate it with quality. Patients see the benefit of technology and appreciate its improvement in patient comfort and efficiency. This course will take attendees through a

new patient experience, touching on all the areas, including digital photography, scanning and printing, CAD/CAM design and patient engagement software, voice activation, radiography and telehealth.

After this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain how dental teams can incorporate digital technologies to provide patients with precise, esthetic, and comfortable treatments
  • Discuss the features, benefits, and differentiating factors associated with different digital workflow models

February 24-26 2022

Chicago


8:30 to 5:30


Shannon Pace Brinker and ACA Team Trainers


https://www.cds.org/midwinter-meeting


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