Vermont Dental Conference

 

Live Digital & Post-Event Recording for On-Demand Program VS1-2024 (ZOOM), Tuesday, August 27th   6:00pm-8:30pm “Game Changers: Transformative Innovations in Dentistry"

Samuel Shamardi, DMD  
Suggested Audience Code: D, H, A, O      2.5 CEUs/Clinical Lecture

Format: Live Digital Lecture Program presented on date and time with recorded on-demand access after the event. Zoom link will be provided one week prior to the Live Digital session.  Recording link will be provided 24 hours after the live presentation.

Dentistry continues evolving, presenting groundbreaking innovations in diagnostic, clinical, surgical, and maintenance therapy that fundamentally change the way we provide treatment.

This course examines the most impactful technologies, products and platforms that revolutionize our profession.  

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the newest and most influential products and technologies in the dental industry and how they can transform your patient care and productivity
  • Review the evolution in technologies for diagnosis, treatment, and long-term maintenance care and how they can be applied for your team
  • Understand how to incorporate new innovations immediately to differentiate your practice from the rest
 SEE HANDOUT PAGE for ATTENDEE LECTURE MATERIAL (closer to event) 


Live Digital & Post-Event Recording for On-Demand Program VS2-2024 (ZOOM), Date- TBD   6:00pm-8:30pm  "How to Be a Sensory Friendly Dental Provider"

Jacob Dent, DDS   
Suggested Audience Code: D, H, A, O      2.5 CEUs/Clinical Lecture

Format: Live Digital Lecture Program presented on date and time with recorded on-demand access after the event. Zoom link will be provided one week prior to the Live Digital session.  Recording link will be provided 24 hours after the live presentation.  

Understanding how each individual views the world through their own unique perspectives and perceptions is critical in being a sensory friendly dental provider.  Our eight senses are the basis for how we see the world, and how we process that information can be the difference between a great and horrible dental visit.  This course will define the basics of the human senses, how they are processed and what makes going to the dentist one of the most challenging experiences when it come to sensory overload.  

Learning Outcomes:

  • Understand the eight human senses
  • Determine how perspective and perception affect our sensory input
  • Identify how bias and stereotypes affect our perception and perspectives
  • Recognize that everyone has a unique sensory input
  • Describe ways to reduce the sensory overload caused in the dental office
  • Define sensory processing disorder
 SEE HANDOUT PAGE for ATTENDEE LECTURE MATERIAL (closer to event)   
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