Course Category: Case Sequencing

  • The Secrets for Successful & Profitable Treatment Planning

    Instructors: Andrew Cobb Lessons: 1 Category: , , Runtime: 1:03:38

    How to Profitably Create a Dental Treatment Plan

    Have you ever suffered from ‘paralysis of analysis’ when developing your treatment plan? Have you lost sleep worrying that your treatment plan might not work, or that you are missing something? If you answered ‘yes’ to either of these questions, you should block an hour on your schedule for this free webinar with Dr. Andrew Cobb on The Secrets of Successful and Profitable Treatment Planning. Dr. Cobb will show you how to solve simple to complex cases using a guided approach that will insure your next treatment plan will cover all the bases and deliver a profitable, non-stressful outcome for both you and your patient.

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  • Avoiding Common Treatment Planning Mistakes

    Instructors: Leonard Hess Lessons: 1 Category: , Runtime: 1:02:00

    Dentists seem to commonly make the same treatment planning mistakes. Some are functional, and some are esthetic…and sometimes both! This leads to frustration for the patient AND the dental team. When cases lose their predictability they also lose their profitability and their fun. From this webinar, learn 5 common treatment planning mistakes, understand the functional ramifications of these mistakes, and learn a system to make cases more predictable and profitable

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  • How to Create a Patient-Centered Treatment Plan

    Instructors: Andrew Cobb Lessons: 1 Category: , , Runtime: 1:1:55

    Patient Centered Dental Treatment

    Tooth decay, periodontal disease, endodontic issues, tooth wear, mobility, migration, muscle soreness, TMD and esthetic issues are a few of the potential problems facing our patients. Despite the desire to correct the patient’s problems with the least amount of dentistry, oftentimes extensive dentistry is required. Unfortunately, due to financial restrictions patients may be unable to get the needed treatment.

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