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The NEACD Presents
Saturday, October 5, 2024
Straumann Group USA
60 Minuteman Road, Andover, MA
Dr. John Weston
“Ceramic Restorations and Smile Design
Utilizing Digital Tools and Technology”

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn from one of the masters
in achieving spectacular results with ceramic restorations!

7:15 AM:Breakfast/Registration;
8 AM Course begins; Lunch Included

Dr. John Weston is a native Californian who received his doctorate from Oklahoma University in 1989, graduating with Omicron Kappa Upsilon honors. As a commissioned officer in the US Navy, he completed a General Practice Residency at Naval Hospital, San Diego and served in support of Desert Storm from 1990-1994.

Dr. Weston earned the credential of “Accredited Member” from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD) in 2001 and achieved “Accredited Fellow” status in 2009. Fellowship is an honor shared by fewer than 100 clinicians world-wide. Dr. Weston is currently serving as Chair of the American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry and is an Accreditation and Fellowship Examiner and mentor.

Dr. Weston is a key opinion leader for multiple dental companies, lectures nationally and internationally, has published numerous articles, and evaluates new dental products. He has been practicing for over 30 years with an emphasis in reconstructive and digital esthetic dentistry at Scripps Center for Dental Care, a unique multi-specialty dental center located at Scripps Memorial Hospital in La Jolla California.

Ceramic Restorations and Smile Design
Utilizing Digital Tools and Technology

Course Description:

Ceramic bonded restorations are one of the most reliable treatments we can offer in dentistry. This course will demonstrate how digital technologies can improve the accuracy, efficiency and predictability for all your anterior cases. See how smile design relates to proper prep design and how fabrication of trial smiles helps motivate patients and allows the clinician to verify occlusal and esthetic planning. Understand the importance of reduction guides for tooth preparation and how the accuracy of intraoral scanning will change the way you restore smiles. This course will demonstrate easy to replicate techniques that you and your team can utilize the next day in your practice. Reduce stress, improve efficiency and predictability while maintaining the quality you and your patients deserve.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the importance of digital photos and how using a digital smile design system relates to case acceptance, case planning and excellent lab communication as well as helping to create beautiful smiles for your patients.

2. Learn a simple method of using mock ups and trial smiles for proper esthetic, occlusal evaluation and fabrication of reduction guides that help when preparing teeth for “minimal prep” porcelain veneer restorations.

3. See how the accuracy and efficiency of modern digital systems can be integrated into the office and laboratory workflow to improve the predictability and quality of all indirect ceramic restorations.

Registration includes breakfast and lunch and the fees are still only:
$295 for NEACD members, $395 for non-members, and $150 for non-dentist staff.
Sign-in and breakfast begin at 7:15AM. The course starts at 8.

Click Here to Register Now!

Refund Policy: Refunds will be given 30 days prior to the course minus a $75.00 processing fee.
Course attendance earns 8 CEU lecture credit hours

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