Aesthetic Advantage Program 1: Rosenthal Philosophy and Technique

The Rosenthal Aesthetic Advantage hands-on course is a class designed to give you day-to-day scenarios in which you will be dealing with aesthetic procedures as a dentist. The first course is an introduction to Dr. Rosenthal’s philosophy and principles of smile design. The course reviews his unique principles in minimally invasive tooth preparation techniques and cementation techniques. It goes over facial aesthetic design, a hands-on photography workshop, basic occlusion for function, and marketing and practice management. You will prep and insert on a live patient in a clinic and participate in a marketing panel discussion, bringing your practice questions in front of a group of talented dental professionals. This course takes place at the Rosenthal Institute of New York University College of Dentistry. For those who do not bring a patient, tuition is half off.

Information for Program 2 can be found here.

Instructors

  • Dr. Larry Rosenthal

    • New York, NY

Offered by

  • Aesthetic Advantage

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