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LECTURE

12  CE credits

February 2, 2018   8:00 am - 1:00 pm

DAY 2

TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS TO INCREASE YOUR EFFICIENCY AND QUALITY

DR. MICHAEL MIYASAKI

ABOUT DR. MICHAEL MIYASAKI

Dr. Michael A. Miyasaki is a 1987 graduate of the University of Southern California School of Dentistry. He is an active clinician practicing in Sacramento, CA, where he maintains his general practice focused on helping his patient achieve a lifetime of dental health. He practices with two associates in a family practice setting utilizing the latest technology with CBCT imaging, CEREC in-office milling, Perioscopy, Tekscan, Myotronics, Gemini and Solea lasers. And to provide the patients with the best care their practice utilizes the latest procedures in implant placement, tooth movement, aesthetics, and procedures, such as the Pinhole periodontic procedure.


Dr. Miyasaki has been involved in dental education for over 27 years and he is currently the Director of Education for the Pacific Aesthetic Continuum. His lecturing has taken him globally to meetings in Australia, Canada, England, Poland, Russia, Croatia, Kosovo, Albania, Dubai, Kuwait, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel, India and Germany, to groups ranging from the American Dental Association, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, International College of Cranio-Mandibular Orthopedics, the Chicago Mid-Winter meeting and the Indian Association of Conservative Dentistry and Endodontics. He has organized live-patient treatment programs in the United States and Australia. Dr. Miyasaki has done live-patient demonstrations at venues, such as, the Greater New York Dental Meeting. He has trained dentists, their teams, and laboratory technicians from over 18 countries on diverse topics ranging from basic restorative considerations, hard and soft tissue lasers, aesthetics, function, photography, practice growth and cosmetically-focused tooth movement.


Dr. Miyasaki is also very involved with many companies on a corporate level. He was President of the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental studies, the Editor-in-Chief for Dental Product Shopper magazine, a Vice-president at Discus Dental and Philips Oral Healthcare, and the Executive Vice-president for Danville Materials, and he is called upon by many manufacturers to consult with them and advise them on R&D, education and acquisition activities.


Dr. Miyasaki’s experiences in owning a practice, lecturing and participating in live-patient treatment courses, and working with dental businesses gives him a unique perspective on dentistry and dental education. He brings insights from all three together, ultimately to provide his colleagues with relevant information and implementation strategies to increase their enjoyment and their patient’s quality of treatment in systematic engaging education.

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This is the most exciting period in dentistry with new technologies and materials introduced daily. To succeed our practices cannot just be good, but they need to be remarkable. Today’s clinician must be able to evaluate which services they wish to focus on and be well versed in the clinical principles needed to achieve success, make our patients smile, and build a remarkable practice. This presentation will discuss many everyday clinical situations that challenge us and offer solutions and implementation strategies to make it easy to go back to your practice and utilize what you learn. 


Learning Objectives:

1. Understand how dentistry is changing and the value of building a remarkable practice.


2. Understand the treatment planning and communication needed to restore the dentitions we commonly see with crooked, dark and worn teeth. Ideas encompassing tooth movement, teeth whitening and restoration of the correct contours with different veneer options will be presented and discussed.


3. Understand the current thoughts when treatment planning for endodontic treatment or an implant.


4. Understand the principles of restoring the endodontically treated tooth-thoughts on post and/or core, ways to improve ferrule, and aesthetic solutions for the endodontically treated tooth. 


5. Treatment planning for implants, endodontics and aesthetics to be remarkable.


 Who Should Attend: 

The presentation will be appropriate for all dental team members, and team presence will facilitate the implementation of the ideas presented.

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