Dental CE Course: Occlusion, Pain Management & Technology - Introduction to Advanced
What is Occlusion? Is it the philosophical study of how teeth should come together? Is it learning how to prevent restorations from failing or patients from developing pain? Maybe it is the study of mechanical or electronic diagnostic and treatment devices. Could it possibly be the study of the TMJ or muscles and nerves of the head and neck, or is it possibly the study of getting patients out of pain? The purpose of this residency program is to give you the answers.
From simple restorations to complex reconstructions, from symptomatic to asymptomatic patients, occlusion affects almost everything we do in our practice. Practice success, both financial and personal is built upon sound knowledge and carefully planned execution. Maybe it is time you stopped guessing!
The study of the science and art of "occlusion" and how it affects all aspects of private practice is a complex and diverse subject. It requires a sound foundation in the diagnosis and treatment of the entire stomatognathic system. This includes not only the teeth and TMJ, but also muscles, ligaments, environment, habits, physiology, psychology, and how they all relate. While treatment should be based in sound science, it often is based in clinical experience and modified by technology. Making sound clinical decisions is difficult at best when confronted with diverse clinical approaches, numerous technologies being promoted, and the demands of a clinical practice where treating patients successfully and making a profit are required.
The "Advanced Occlusion Residency" is a unique, one of a kind program that helps clear up the mystery and answers critical questions regarding treatment techniques and technology. No other program offers such a diverse education in this confusing and often controversial topic.
This program is divided into four main components. They are 1.) The Scientific Foundation of Occlusion and Pain management; 2.) The Restorative Occlusal Theories and Clinical Techniques; and 3.) The Technology used in Diagnosis and Treatment plan, and 4.) A Hands-on Experience.
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Esthetic Professionals Dental Education Center
18981 Ventura Blvd. Suite 300
Tarzana, CA 91356