Lasers in Dentistry – Hands-On Program
General, Perio, Sleep Disorder, Implants & Aesthetics
Keynote – Non-Invasive Snoring Treatments
Dr. Scott Parker DDS – Utah
Delivery Method: Hands-on
CE Credits: 12
Cost: $750 Dentist, $295 RDH/DA/Staff
Date: Spetember 29 & 30, 2023
Time: 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Rimrock Hotel Resort
300 Mountain Avenue, Banff, AB
Discounted Room Block Available
These comprehensive 2 Day Hands-on Participation Programs provide the fundamental education required for the safe and effective implementation of lasers in the dental practice. Candidates will have the opportunity to demonstrate proficiency in both didactic and hands-on components. These educational programs deliver the knowledge required to implement and use lasers in the dental practice, including but not limited to; the basic science, comprising; wavelengths, absorption characteristics and tissue interaction, modes of operation, delivery systems, settings, safety considerations, the laser environment and clinical indications for use.
Gain a wealth of information and sort the truth from the hype with a comprehensive and practical overview of lasers in dentistry including; practical considerations, clinical indications for use, operational, clinical and financial benefits for the dentist, staff and patients and considerations for return on investment. Learn what you need to know to make an informed decision regarding the most versatile devices for dentistry!
- minimally invasive soft tissue surgeries for general operative dentistry
- periodontal therapy (hygiene) and surgery
- lasers and implants, periimplantitis & perimucositis treatments
- infant tongue ties release
- a minimally invasive office-based alternative for snoring, and
- facial aesthetics as a compliment to aesthetic dentistry
Learn more about the benefits for laser dentistry in saving time (soft tissue management), enhancing dental care (advanced healing, increased visibility, bacterial decontamination, reduction in aerosol) as well as the latest innovations in dental laser technology in support of enhanced patient care, improved operational efficiency and profitable practice growth
Clinical indications presented include but are not limited to; virtually bloodless soft tissue procedures (gingivectomy, frenectomy, biopsy), aphthous ulcers, de-epithelialization, periodontal therapy and surgery, endodontic applications, and lasers for use in implantology including the treatment of periimplantitis. Finally the programs present the role lasers can play in treating patients with sleep disorder breathing, including innovative office-based minimally invasive treatments for the relief of snoring.