PROSTHETICS MADE EASY FOR GENERAL DENTIST

Seminar Location: QUIET CANNON, 901 VIA SAN CLEMENTE, MONTEBELLO, CA 90640

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DR MILES R.CONE

 

Dr. Miles R. Cone is a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, and completed a three-year Prosthodontic residency program while serving in the United States Army before being honorably discharged as a field grade officer in the rank of Major. In addition to achieving board certification and diplomate status within his specialty, Dr. Cone has also successfully challenged all the requirements necessary to earn his designation as a Certified Dental Technician. Currently, Dr. Cone’s career in civilian life revolves around his dual role as the owner of Nuance Dental Specialists, a private practice dental clinic limited to prosthetic dentistry in the heart of Portland, ME, and his role as Editor in Chief of the American College of Prosthodontists quarterly publication, The Messenger. He is also a member of Catapult Education speakers bureau and evaluates new products for numerous dental manufacturers. When Dr. Cone is not at the chair, in the classroom teaching, or at the lab bench, he can be found lecturing on the international circuit and publishing extensively in peer-reviewed journals.

So Easy, a Prosthodontist Can Do It: The Tips, Tricks, and Techniques from the Daily Life of a Dual-Certified Prosthodontist/Dental Technician

 

The ongoing advancement of new procedures and technology within the dental profession continues to grow at an accelerated rate. The comprehensive volume of information that must be maintained to remain competent in the respective fields of study as a dentist or a dental technician, therefore, becomes increasingly difficult to sustain. Although an exhaustive knowledge base for either specialty is simply not possible, numerous overlapping philosophies and techniques have been recognized that are able to improve the daily workflow of the restorative clinician.

Learning Objectives:

  • Review dogmatic principles found in the field of contemporary prosthetic dentistry and the alternative options that exist for each.
  • Analyze many of the current materials available to the ceramist and dental professional that can be utilized in the restoration of implants, fixed crown and bridge, and removable prosthetic treatment plans.
  • Determine the chairside/benchtop protocols that will ensure the highest efficacy as well as quality final product at delivery.
  • Apply new concepts and techniques with the dental clinic and dental laboratory.