|Start Date:||September 18, 2020 8:30am|
|Location:||Double Tree by Hilton|
|Address:||1111 Jefferson Rd|
|Featured Speaker:||Dr. Mark Murphy|
|Sponsor:||Seventh District Dental Society|
Seventh District Annual Meeting
Mark T. Murphy, DDS, FAGD
Mark is the Principal of Funktional Consulting, Lead Faculty for Clinical Education at ProSomnus Sleep Technologies, serves on the Guest Faculty at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry and as a Regular Presenter at the Pankey Institute.
He has served on the Boards of Directors of the Pankey Institute, National Association of Dental Laboratories, the Identalloy Council, the National Association of Dental Labs, St. Vincent DePaul's Dental Center and the Dental Advisor.
He lectures internationally on Leadership, Practice Management, Communication, Case Acceptance, Planning, Occlusion, Sleep and TMD. He has a knack for presenting pertinent information in an entertaining manner.
Simplifying the Complex Case; Managing Treatment Planning Variables.
This evidence based review of occlusion, differential diagnosis, treatment planning, matrices, shade, preparation design and provisionalization will emphasize how to evaluate and apply risk assessment and make predictable decisions about complex restorative and aesthetic cases. We will walk through each simplifier and “breakdown” the process into constructs you and your team can easily apply. We will explore the physics, bio-mechanics, physiology and psychological dimensions of the topics. The focus will be on developing skills that you can put to use right away in planning and restoring dentitions for your patients.
- Broaden the understanding of managing forces on the stomatognathic system.
- Strengthen the participants understanding of treatment sequencing and options.
- Make predictable choices about shade, preparation design, matrices and provisionalization.
Introduction to Treating Sleep Apnea in Your Practice; From Getting Started to Medical Billing
The ADA guidelines on screening for SBD and the ACP paper on splint therapy require the general practitioner to understand medical and dental screening and treatments for sleep apnea. The overview will cover marketing, screening, communication, basic treatment philosophies, appliance choices, medical billing and the financial and emotional impact on your practice and team. Sleep medicine has progressed in both the diagnosis and treatment protocol and outcome predictability. It is estimated that 25% of the population is at risk for this life-threatening condition and dentistry is at the frontlines. This course is an overview to help you determine of you want to treat the patients that you screen. It is not a substitute for full training in sleep dentistry.
- General understanding of the sleep related conditions and the role of the dental team
- Survey and comparison of available treatment options, side effects and their prevention
- Develop a matrix for marketing sleep appliance therapy to current patients and prospects.
- Overview of the medical billing process and the financial and emotional impact on your practice.
THANK YOU to the following Exhibitors for sponsoring this meeting:
Bank of America, Crane Dental Laboratory, Genesee Regional Bank (GRB), Henry Schein Dental, Johnson & Lund Co., Inc., M&T Bank, MVP Network Consulting, Law offices of Pullano & Farrow, PLLC, Rochester Technical Group, Walsh Duffield.