Dr. Ron Kaminer – Oceanside, NY is a 1990 graduate from SUNY at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Kaminer is an international expert in the field of dental lasers and has lectured on lasers and minimally invasive dentistry both nationally and internationally. He is the Director of the Masters of Laser training program in New York and is a clinical instructor with the International College of Laser Education. He has authored numerous articles on dental lasers and minimally invasive dentistry, is a frequent contributor to Mentor magazine and is an associate editor for Dental Product Shopper.
“Minimally Invasive Dentistry”
This program will cover current thoughts on a variety of topics related to Minimally Invasive Dentistry. We will demystify posterior esthetic dentistry, utilizing both new and tried and true materials. We will create perfect contacts—guaranteed, and deliver concepts that can all be implemented immediately in the of CE.
- Cariology: What they didn’t teach you in dental school.
- Therapeutic Fluoride: Is it really the only answer?
- Esthetic posterior restorative dentistry without sensitivity.
- The myths and the truths of new restorative materials.
Steve Down- Salt Lake City, UT is a nationally known author on personal and business finance. Steve will share an hour of financially sound principles designed to help the dentist recognize the significant long-term value of their practice. Steve will discuss key wealth building factors with examples of private equity wealth creation in the marketplace.
“The Miracle of Wealth”
- Introduce private equity as a primary wealth creation tool for dentists
- Introduce fundamental practice management tools and guidance towards being a “Financially Sound” Dentist
Thanks to sponsor scholarship from Financially Fit, cost for the course is $47. Seating is limited. Reserve your spot. Call 888-895-6620 or go to FCEAdental.com. (A gourmet style lunch buffet is also included.) We look forward to seeing you there!
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