ADA 2016 concurrent meeting teaches CBCT, 3-D success
Denver — Do you want to learn how to succeed in your practice with cone beam computed tomography?
If so, come to the Mile High City one day early for a special full-day continuing education program “How to Succeed in Your Practice with CBCT” on Wednesday, Oct. 19, prior to ADA 2016 – America’s Dental Meeting.
Held at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, this program brings together a group of speakers to teach how to be successful with CBCT, from business strategy to clinical skills. The goal is for dentists to learn how CBCT is more than just a technology tool for their patients — but a tool for the success of their practices.
Attendees will learn from the experts on incorporating 3-D into practices and maximizing its investment, clinical applications, reading 3-D scans, airway issues and more.
The presenters include Drs. Cynthia Brattesani, Lou Graham and Daniel Klauer; John Chatham, vice president of global sales leadership and development for Henry Schein; and Art Curley, a senior trial attorney in the California health care defense firm of Bradley, Curley, Asiano, Barrabee, Abel & Kowalski, P.C. and assistant professor of dental jurisprudence at the University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry.
The symposium runs from 8 a.m. to 5:15 p.m., and the $199 cost includes breakfast, lunch, breaks, a cocktail reception and 7.75 CE credits.
Register for this program at ADA.org.
ADA 2016 – America’s Dental Meeting will convene in Denver Oct. 20-24.
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