Occlusal disease is the #1 most overlooked problem in dental practices today.
During this two-day live stream event, attendees will learn how to diagnose needed dentistry that often goes unrecognized. Discover untapped reservoirs of work that need to be performed on your existing patients, as well as new ones. Learn to perform treatment predictably, which will eliminate the expense and frustration of costly mistakes.
Functional smile design is the key to predictable comfort, function, and long-term stability for anterior esthetic dentistry. Eliminate guesswork required for even complex occlusal problems or TMJ disorders. There are learnable reasons for every tooth contour, position, and inclination of teeth. Discover our keys and time tested processes for designing any and every smile successfully.
Do what over 40,000 of your fellow dental professionals have already done. Join us and start your journey along this proven path to success.
- Why the Dawson Academy’s principles of occlusal design are MUST KNOW concepts post COVID-19, and moving forward
- Unlock the mystery of managing occlusal forces to improve your bread and butter dentistry as well as smile design cases and implant reconstructions
- How to be more efficient so you can maximize each hour you are in the office when you return to work
- How to reduce unproductive time like re-cementing provisionals, seeing post-op sensitivity, and retreating broken and chipped restorations
- How to phase treatment while maintaining function, so patients can better afford treatment – many of them are out of work too
- How to utilize splint therapy to manage occlusal symptoms and give patients stability, when they aren’t ready for full treatment
- Learn exciting new digital workflows to increase predictability, efficiency, and profitability.
The Dawson Academy is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The Dawson Academy designates this activity for 14 credit hours continuing education credits.