Dental CE Course: The Dentist-Assistant TEAM
Shannon Pace, a DA II and a 1994 graduate of the Dental Assisting Program at Bowman Gray School of Medicine, works with Dr. John Cranham in his private practice in Chesapeake, VA. She is the Clinical Director for the Cranham Dental Seminars and the main instructor for the Dental Assistants Hands-on Program.
John C. Cranham DDS has a contemporary dental practice in Chesapeake, Virginia, focusing on cosmetic, restorative and implant services. An honors graduate of the Medical College of Virginia in 1988, Dr. Cranham maintains a strong relationship with his alma mata, as an Associate Clinical Professor. Dr. Cranham is an internationally recognized speaker on the Esthetic Principles of Smile Design, Contemporary Occlusal Concepts, Treatment Planning, Restoration Selection, Digital Photography, Laboratory Communication, and Happiness and Fulfillment in Dentistry.
This program will focus on the utilization of a contemporary all-ceramic restorative system. The Dentist and the Assistant will learn where each restorative material should ideally be used, how to write up the laboratory prescription (lab communication), and how to best fabricate exquisite provisional restorations for each type of restoration. Special emphasis will be placed on how to prepare for pressed ceramic veneers & crowns, milled lithum disilicate restorations, as well as Zirconia crowns and bridges This hands-on workshop is designed for Dentists and Assistants, and taught by a Dentist and an Assistant, making it clear the role of each on their quest for excellence. While Dentists are doing hands-on tooth preparation, the Assistants will be fabricating exquisite provisional restorations. This program is a must for the TEAM wanting to reach the next level.
You will learn:
The specifics of the E Max system from Ivoclar, and how to choose the right restorative material for nearly any clinical situation.
How to ideally prepare for pressed ceramic veneers & crowns, for lithium disilicate crowns and zirconia based crowns and bridges (hands-on workshop for Dentists).
What burs are best used to achieve the desired results.
How to fabricate exquisite provisional restorations for each type of restorations (Assistant hands-on workshop).
How to communicate effectively with the Dental Laboratory.
What cements bonding systems should be utilized to deliver each type of restorations.
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