12 CE credits

Thursday, January 31, 2019   8:00 am - 10:00 am

Materials and Technologies That Will Enhance Your Restorative Practice



Dr. Lowe graduated magna cum laude from Loyola University School of Dentistry in 1982 and was a Clinical Professor in Restorative Dentistry until its closure in 1993. He maintains a private practice in Charlotte, NC and Chicago, IL, lectures internationally and publishes in well-known dental journals on aesthetic and restorative dentistry. Dr. Lowe is a member of Catapult Elite Speakers Bureau and has Fellowships in the Academy of General Dentistry, International College of Dentists, Academy of Dentistry International, Pierre Fauchard Academy, American College of Dentists, the International Academy of Dento-Facial Aesthetics and the American Society for Dental Aesthetics.


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Restorative services are the “backbone” of every general dental practice. The art and science of dentistry is an “ever expanding palate” of new materials and techniques that can expand the number and quality of services we offer patients. Effective integration of emerging technologies in dentistry will help to differentiate and grow your dental practice. 

In this seminar, Dr. Lowe will discuss how to use some of the new technologies and materials currently available that will allow the dentist to offer unique and restorative options that other offices are not currently providing. Creative ways to handle clinical situations “that don’t necessarily follow the textbook” will help the practitioner out of situations that can waste time AND money, let alone avert a clinical failure!

 The Following Topics Will Be Discussed:

• How proper tooth morphology is the basis for good occlusion 

• Creative use of composite materials that can expand the types of direct restorative options you offer 

• Advances in early diagnosis of dental caries and micro-invasive restorative procedures that conserve tooth structure 

• Tissue management and master impressions: the key to successful crown and bridge outcomes 

• Treatment options for complex restorative and aesthetic cases. Do you have a “Plan B”? Can you think “outside the book” as to possible alternative solutions, or are you a “textbook” treatment planner?

Learn detailed clinical step-by-step techniques that will improve your dentistry and your bottom line in this information packed seminar. This information will have an impact on your practice tomorrow!


Who should attend:

The course will be geared toward dentists, lab technicians, and dental assistants…not front office.


Thursday, January 31, 2019   10:30 am - 12:30 pm

New Advances in Posterior Restorative Dentistry: Overcoming Common Pain Points, Pitfalls, and Problems in Private Practice



Dr. Geissberger graduated from University of the Pacific in 1991 obtaining his dental degree and was elected to Omicron Kappa Upsilon as a student. He immediately returned to the school and has taught for 27 years. He later obtained a Masters of Arts in Educational Psychology from University of the Pacific. From 2000 – 2015 he served as Department Chair of Restorative Dentistry. Currently he is Adjunct Clinical Professor in the Department of Preventative and Restorative Dentistry at the University of the Pacific. He directed the University’s Aesthetic and Complex Care Clinic and teaches many hands-on CE courses in Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Geisberger has served as President of the National Chapter of Omicron Kappa and has numerous publications including a textbook entitled Esthetic Dentistry in Clinical Practice for Wiley-Blackwell. He has presented over 400 continuing educations both nationally and internationally. He maintains a private practice focused on reconstructive and esthetic dentistry in Greenbrae, CA.


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This fast-paced, informative session will introduce the participants to new materials and techniques that are designed to simplify clinical practice and yield predictable, problem-free restorations. Participants will learn clinical tips and techniques for eliminating common problems associated with routine clinical procedures. These will include tips for creating successful Class II restorations, mastering flawless crown and bridge impressions and provisionals, enhancing esthetics in posterior direct bonding cases, and streamlining the Class V restoration. Clinicians will review techniques for making common clinical procedures both predictable and profitable.

 The Following Topics Will Be Discussed:

• The steps involved in creating the perfect Class II composite restoration

• Appropriate bonding and curing protocols 

• Simplified Class V restorations

 Who should attend:

This course is great for dentists who wish to improve their clinical outcomes in direct restorative dentistry by eliminating the guesswork of composite restorations.



Join us for the 5th Annual Aruba Dental Conference 2019


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