Dr. David Hornbrook - San Diego, CA is one of dentistry’s most famous faces, a gifted clinician and one of the pioneers of live-patient, hands-on clinical education. Dr. Hornbrook lectures internationally on all facets of aesthetic and restorative dentistry.
“Restoratively Fit”-David Hornbrook explores options for aesthetic, metal-free dentistry for patients in applications including smile design, posterior restorative, bridge applications, and full mouth rehabilitation. Discussion includes updates of dentinal adhesion, ideal cementation of the new materials using the new resin cements, and addresses the role function plays in our decision-making. This truly is the “Platinum Age” of dentistry and the potential for what can be offered to patients, both aesthetically and functionally are more exciting and rewarding than ever before.
- Smile Design
- Posterior Restorative
- Bridge Application
- Full Mouth Rehabilitation
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 $57. 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!
When & Where
FCEA believes that continuing education is not about fulfilling state required credit hours. Rather, it’s about getting better at what you do. Great CE enhances the quality of service to patients while elevating the proficiency of care providers and staff. Nobody is better at providing useful CE than FCEA.