Virtual CE Information Page for the 2024 Hinman Dental Meeting
Please complete the five-question quiz and survey at the conclusion of the course to obtain your CE certificate.
Dr. Lee Silverstein | Vr600 | The Teeth Express Process for the Restorative DentistThis course will discuss the Teeth Express Process aka Teeth-In-A-Day (TIAD) cases. Learn how to speak to these prospective patients and how to paint the picture of going from a dental cripple to being able to eat and be proud of their new smile. The diagnosis, type of patients that would be good TIAD candidates, the costs, parts, lab and its role, and the conversion to a fixed denture will be explained. This is just a small sample of what will be discussed at the March 2022 Hinman Dental Meeting.
Dr. Ken Berley |Vr601 | Dental Sleep Medicine: A Required CourseEvery practicing dentist must have a working knowledge of Sleep Related Breathing Disorders (SRBD) even if he or she never intends to treat OSA patients. In October 2017, the American Dental Association (ADA) adopted a policy on dentistry's role in treating SRBD including obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Most dentists are not aware that they are now under a legal obligation to screen all of their patients for SRBD as they have been recognized as potentially serious medical conditions. In this webinar we will discuss why every dentist must be prepared to recognize patients who are dangerously sleepy and how to address that risk.
Mr. Charles Loretto | Vr602 | Key Financial Decisions for Practice OwnersYour dental practice has the potential to accelerate your financial goals. But many owners are on autopilot. From beginning your journey with ownership to improving cash flow, saving for short- and long-term goals, tax strategy, successful partnerships and ultimately sale of practice, this course offers a full lifecycle roadmap for your future financial security. Mr. Loretto shares the key concepts doctors need to implement to be prepared and confident, especially in times of adversity and uncertainty. Using real case studies, this course will empower dentists with the knowledge they need no matter what stage of life they are in. Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to:
- • Understand the different financial phases of the lifecycle of a dentist.
- • Identify tax strategies to improve cash flow and support market volatility in each phase.
- • Set a realistic business and personal financial plan to meet their short-and long-term goals.
Ms. Carol Paige | Vr603 | Staffing: Aim Right to Hire RightThe right talent is available for hire, at the right price point, to work your hours, perform your job description, and contribute to the growth, happiness, and profitability of your practice. However, to find and secure these team players, the skilled dental leader must understand, accept, and strategically overcome unprecedented candidate pool challenges. If you are short-staffed, employing staff you would not re-hire, or believe you could be shopping for a team member soon, this presentation is designed for you. Learn how market conditions have impacted the personnel pool, how to recognize the traits of a high performer, and three key concepts that distinguish if your new hire will quickly fail or succeed.
Vr604 | Exhibitor New Product ShowcaseLearn about the newest products and services! Join us for a virtual preview of Hinman's Exhibitor Experience. Five different companies will talk about their research and development of their latest products and services.
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