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2018 AAP Periodontal Classification & Radiographs Workshop

Course Summary: “ALARA”,  an acronym for “As Low as Reasonably Achievable.” It means making every reasonable effort to maintain exposures to ionizing radiation as far below the dose limits as practical for a diagnosis & evaluation. So, what is too low?  In this workshop we discuss what is considered reasonable, too low of a dose and what the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) has to say regarding the 2018 AAP Periodontal Classification and Radiographs needed to screen for all periodontal conditions.

Click here for the upcoming course February 19th, 2021.

Comprehensive Oral Exam

Course Summary: “How Comprehensive is your Comprehensive Oral Exam (COE)?” Are you still just cleaning teeth? If you don’t have a comprehensive COE you probably are. With 80% of patients having some level of periodontal disease they probably need more than a cleaning. Just saying!

Click here for the upcoming course March 26, 2021.

Eliminating Ethical Dilemmas around RDH Billing!

The number one ethical dilemma in most practices is regarding RDH Billing. Also, it is the number one call, hygiene colleges receive from their registrants.

In the RDH Billing Workshop we explore the evolution of the CDA and CDHA fee guides, understand how it pertains to RDH’s working in a traditional dental practice vs. independent RDH practice, learn the provincial differences in interpretation and how it relates to billing appropriately.

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New Global AAP Periodontal Classification Workshop


It is estimated that 80% of the population has some level of periodontal disease & in knowing that 90% of systemic disease have some oral manifestation it has become apparent that change is needed in the treatment This workshop explores the changes needed to move away from a solely biofilm-based model to a more holistic inflammation-based model in periodontal therapy. The new global 2018 AAP Periodontal Classification  workshop will bridge the gap between the old & future critical thinking needed to integrate “best practices” in patient care.

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WOW—Weekday Optimization Workshop


This 24-hour live presentation reviews the most current evidence-based literature needed to provide Best Practice Standards for patient care. These industry standards are the foundation of practice productivity, growth and success.

This program will ensure that your practice becomes part of the elite 25% of practices that produce 50% more than the average practice by producing 67% more in their hygiene department.

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5 Clinical Practices Resurrected


Most practices don’t realize that they are sitting “three feet from gold” with each and every one of their patients.  You don’t need to spend marketing dollars, hire new clinical staff or a business coach to increase revenue, you just need to fix these five clinical breakdowns. Once you do your practice revenue will EXPLODE! I guarantee it.

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Medical & Dental History Workshop


Your dental and dental hygiene diagnosis begins with a comprehensive medical and dental health history, and an understanding on how it impacts treatment, outcomes and patient acceptance.  In most practices too little emphasis is put on collecting the information required to make these very important clinical decisions.  If you are not making a dental and dental hygiene diagnosis right from “hello,” your medical and dental history is insufficient, period.

Join us in this one day workshop where you will be given a comprehensive medical dental health history to use in your practice and the tools to fully understand, implement and gain patient acceptance.

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Business of Dentistry Workshop


Develop staff that are true partners in the success of your dental practice. Staff members that are true partners and not employees. Engaged and invested!

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Ultrasonic Workshop


In periodontics, with a paradigm shift due to periodontal destruction being redefined as an inflammatory disease, best practice standard now defines that the host response to the microbial challenge and not the oral microbes are responsible, making ultrasonic instrumentation the best treatment. The nonsurgical approach to periodontal treatment currently focuses on biofilm disruption and conservation of tooth structure rather than calculus and cementum removal.

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