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Educational direction provided by:
DAVID TESINI, D.M.D., M.S. Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine; private practice in Sudbury, MA
ARNOLD WEISS, D.D.S., M.SC.D. Associate Clinical Professor, Department of Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine; private practice in Brookline, MA
JOHN FICARELLI, D.M.D. Private practice in pediatrics in Brookline, MA
JESS KANE, D.M.D., M.S. Private practice in orthodontics in Sudbury, MA
NOUR GOWHARJI, B.D.S. Director of Pre-doctoral Pediatric Dentistry, Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine
In this dynamic and interactive course, designed for dentists and their staff, specialists in pediatric dentistry demonstrate today’s techniques for working with patients age 1 to 18. From the effects of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) on kids to a toddler’s crying and tantrum in your chair, we’ve got you covered!
This full-day course will give you and your team valuable tools to treat children of all ages. Learn state-of-the-art techniques to get ideal behavior from toddlers through teens, and discover the rewards of pediatric dentistry in your practice!
Specific clinical techniques, recent literature, and practice management tips will enable you to optimize pediatric care within your office. Learn why treating kids and teens can be a benefit to your practice, and how the Affordable Care Act may affect pediatric dentistry.
Add valuable new procedures to your arsenal as a general dentist!
Practitioners are encouraged to bring their whole team! Learn how to work together to treat children, minimize work-related stress, and keep your practice looking great! Expand on what your assistants and hygienists can do for your practice and your patients in the NEW! BREAKOUT SESSION for auxiliary staff.
- Create optimal conditions for treating kids and teens in your practice.
- Calibrate behavioral approaches to challenging or anxious patients.
- Conduct early orthodontic evaluation, analysis and timing of treatment.
- Keep up with the latest in pediatric dentistry research.
- Learn how the Affordable Care Act may help children (and your practice)
*Doctors may bring one additional staff member at no cost.