Mastering Advanced Splint Therapy

If you are ready to take what you know about appliance therapy to the next level, then this course is a must. The anatomic appliance is one of the most impactful diagnostic and therapeutic tools for designing occlusal schemes that can lead to predictability in restorative care. The anatomic appliance is the only splint that can truly preview the occlusion and restorative design for a patient. It is also a wonderful tool that can create experiences for co-discovery with our patients that leads to ownership of their present condition. It can lead to patients better understanding the appropriate treatment and care needed. In this hands-on program, you will get to experience the role of the patient and the doctor, expanding both your technical and behavioral skills in splint therapy. You will learn how to use the anatomic appliance to achieve predictability and longevity in your patient’s dentition and your restorative dentistry.

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    • Key Biscayne, FL

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  • The Pankey Institute

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Communication and Case Acceptance in the Restorative Practice, Part 1

In this first course in our 2-part series, we invite you to Dr. Mitrani’s practice to explore the art of patient communication and case acceptance in a real-world clinical setting.

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