Program Description The dental administrative and clinical team can contribute significantly during implant therapy, helping to ensure smooth treatment for patients as well as the surgical and referring offices. Attendees will learn how to prepare and preserve the clinical environment through proper cleaning and sterilization protocols, properly identify and anticipate necessary instruments and components for the next appointment, and understand each step in the implant treatment process. Along with gaining a basic technical knowledge of implant dentistry, the staff will learn the importance of their role in patient and interoffice communication. Effective patient communication can be critical to implant treatment acceptance; participants will become comfortable presenting treatment plans and general implant terminology to patients. Proactive inter-office communication with referring clinicians will help ensure all staff members are aware of the patient’s full medical history, implants placed, restorative components ordered and placed, and general notes specific to the patient’s case. Attendees will learn tips and techniques that can be incorporated into the practice for the benefit of the patient.
- Become comfortable using implant terminology in patient communication
- Communicate treatment planning and procedures with patients and referring offices
- Provide assistance during all stages of the implant treatment process
- Properly prepare, Sterilize and disinfect instruments
Speaker: Dr. Gary Hosters
Date:Thursday, June 16, 2016
Time: 5:30pm – 6:00pm Registration
6:00pm – 8:00pm Program
Location: 5212 N Leclaire Ave Chicago, IL 60630
Audience: Clinical and Administrative Staff
CE Credit: 2.0 hours
Dinner and drinks will be provided.