Susan McMahon


3D Printing in your Office: Profitability for your Practice, Convenience for your Patients, Predictability for your Cases.

DAY 2 - Friday, January 31 | 10:30AM - 12:30PM | 2 CE Credits

About Dr. McMahon 

A graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine, Dr. McMahon owns one of the largest cosmetic dental practices in Western Pennsylvania. She is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, and an invited Fellow of the prestigious American Society for Dental Aesthetics and a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. An author and internationally recognized lecturer and KOL, Dr. McMahon has devoted her professional career to the pursuit of advanced technologies in cosmetic and minimally invasive dentistry. She is a past clinical instructor in Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at the University of Pittsburgh. She frequently lectures across the United States and internationally on minimally invasive dentistry and conservative cosmetic dentistry for teenagers and young adults. She also lectures on incorporating technology and smile design. She had been honored as a Top Dentist over 20 times. She has also been voted by her peers as a Top Pittsburgh Dentist every year for over two decades.

Dr. McMahon is active in promoting the advancement of women in dentistry. She mentors and supports many rising dental speakers through speaker training and networking.

Recent lecture appearances have been:

  • Infinity-Clinica Dental 2022, Lima Peru
  • American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Annual Meeting 2022, Orlando Florida
  • Glidewell IOX Symposium 2022, Newport Beach California
  • Alexandria International Dental Congress 2022, Alexandria Egypt

Dr. McMahon lives and raised her three children in Pittsburgh.

Course Outline 

Convenience is the commodity that matters the most to patients. When considering to proceed with treatment, patients often cite having fewer appointments and not having to go see other specialists as an important motivator. 3D printing in your office allows you to both provide immediate restorations and better plan your comprehensive cases. Occlusal guards, surgical guides, models, retainers, prototypes, provisionals, clear aligners, dentures and permanent restorations can all be printed very quickly. Move treatment forward faster, get more diagnosis and production from your hygiene chairs, lower your lab bills, treat smile design cases more confidently and offer your patients the convenience they desire. Adding 3D printing to your work flow is easy for you and your team.

Learning Objectives

  • Discover solutions to meet specific clinical needs with 3D printing for increased profitability
  • Demonstrate 3D printing workflow and how to easily incorporate into your office
  • Provide Step by Step instructions for restorative case with printed smile design and printed provisionals/prototype
  • Preview next level digital integration for cosmetics and comprehensive cases

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