Friday, May 3, 2019 8 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. 8 Credits – Doctors: $299 ~ Team Members: $ 159 Sign in @ 7:30 am Come Hungry!
70 Riverside Square
Hackensack, NJ 07601
Most Dental operatories look messy and disorganized after a typical root canal procedure. Multiple, instruments, medicaments and pure confusion lead to this mess and slows down treatment. During this program, we will discuss current diagnostic modalities that assist the GP in root canal treatment and we will explore options how to streamline the process. We thoroughly review a new simple mechanical/ rotary filing system that will simplify most root canals so even the less experienced Dentist can get their feet wet on a regular basis with Endo.
We will learn the following:
- Modern Diagnostics for the General Practitioner
- Do I need a CBCY in my practice?
- Rotary, Mechanical, Hand files: A Combination?
- Can I really do this well with just one file?
- Communication success for the dental team
Dr. Ron Kaminer is a 1990 graduate of the State of New York ( SUNY) Buffalo School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Kaminer has always been passionate about technology and was one of the first 100 dentists in the country to include a hard tissue Dental laser into his practice. Over the years Dr. Kaminer has taught Dental Lasers, technology and minimally invasive Dentistry to thousands of dentists worldwide. He sits on the Board of Catapult Education, is a frequent contributor to Mentor magazine, sits on the editorial board of Dental Product Shopper and acts as a clinical consultant to numerous Dental manufacturers. While doing all of the above, Dr. Kaminer practices full time in both his offices in Hewlett and Oceanside N.Y. focusing on Minimally Invasive and Digital Dentistry. He is a Fellow of The Academy of General Dentistry, member of the American Dental Association, and member of The Academy of Laser Dentistry.
Reservations: Call – 732-972-0325 or Email: email@example.com
To Register: Return form with check payable to Dr. Roni Golden, PO Box 1277, Williston, VT. 05495
Tuition refunded, minus $25 processing fee, if request is received in writing 14 days prior to program.