“Enhancing Building Patient Care and Building Your Practice” Mike Miyasaki, DDS
February 28, 2020 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pm
REGISTRATION FORM Feb 28 MiyasakiENHANCING EVERYDAY PATIENT CARE AND BUILDING YOUR PRACTICE Everyday dentistry has evolved in the 30+ years Dr. Michael Miyasaki has been in practice, and this presentation will provide information to make the average day more enjoyable and enhance the experience of the dental patient. Topics will include managing patient expectations and creating a remarkable dental visit, to placing direct composite restorations, the use of soft-tissue lasers, and affordable conservative aesthetic approaches. Practice management tips to help circumnavigate today’s changes in reimbursement will be given throughout the presentation. The focus will be to provide useful and applicable information to grow your practice. Learning objectives: 1. Attendees will understand the common approaches to bonding (total-etch, self-etch, and selective etch), the advantages to each, and key points to avoid sensitivity or restorative failure. 2. Attendees will see how to create the ideal contours for direct Class II restorations to minimize adjustments. 3. Attendees will see how to place direct posterior restorations by layering composite and using bulkfill composites and see why this could save hours a day. 4. Attendees will see how to close diastemas with composite, and what to look to avoid constricting the envelop of function and creating a TMD patient. 5. Attendees will understand how a soft-tissue laser works and how they fit into everyday patient care. 6. Attendees will see how indirect aesthetic restorations can be done successfully and affordably from case selection, patient consultation, and the clinical techniques.