The New Face of Dentistry - presented in person
Miguel Stanley, DDSLecture
The date for this course has been changed to Friday, September 16, 2022 on the UW Campus in Kane Hall.
Part 1: Are consumers and technology driving the future of dentistry?
There are many challenges dentists face every day. The general population want faster, better, cheaper, smarter options in everything, and dentistry is no exception. What are the ways in which technology is reshaping the way we see dentistry and education, and how might this change the world of dentistry?
Are you finding it difficult to fuse dentistry with business? Do your patients not understand why using technology will improve quality of treatments?
Find out what’s the perfect formula for yourself and your business. Dentistry is not what you see on-line but what you have to deal with every day, and it changes from country to country, between age groups…
This is a lecture for students, new dentists and veteran practitioners that will help you be part of a bigger game.
Learning objectives – As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:
- Understand why it is important to embrace technology and bring it to our universe
- Explain to patients the importance of using the best technologies and how it elevates the quality of treatments preformed
- How to introduce new technologies in your day-to-day workflow and how it helps save time and stress
Part 2: No Half Smiles
In this lecture Dr. Stanley will present his “No Half Smiles” Philosophy and how an effective treatment plan and the correct team approach can help save time and stress. What are the common denominators that if mastered can bring happiness to you, your patient and your team? A lot of “behind the scenes” explanations will be given on why, how and what his team does to get consistent excellent results and manage a stress-free practice environment. A lot of useful real life cases and technical solutions in your day-by-day surgical practice will be given throughout the lecture based on solid scientific evidence.
Learning objectives – As a result of attending this course, you will learn:
- How to run a successful practice and why choosing the best products and technical solutions is the foundation of success
- How to manage treatment planning and sequencing for simple to complex cases
- How to solve each individual case for optimal outcome
- How to say NO to your patients and still succeed
Part 3: Minimally Invasive Digital Dentistry: New Materials and Technologies
How digital dentistry can change the way you work? Does it make things easier and faster? How do you move from analog dentistry to digital dentistry? Will this improve your practice? Find out the answers to these questions and many more with Dr. Miguel Stanley’s presentation on the digital reality. With over 20 years of experience in advanced cosmetic oral rehabilitation in this presentation, you will get a glimpse of the future of dentistry. With an extensive and comprehensive understanding of dentistry from both a management and clinical perspective, Dr. Stanley will share how the digital transition has affected and impacted his life and the lives of his patients in order to achieve truly life changing dentistry.
Learning objectives – As a result of attending this course, you will be able to:
- Work with the cloud and interdisciplinary teams around the globe to become part of The Future of Dentistry
- Recognize how technology brings high quality affordable dentistry to everyone
- Discuss minimally invasive digital procedures covering mainly prosthodontics, cosmetic dentistry and implantology: How to plan-scan-cad-cam
Part 4: “Slow Dentistry”
What separates a great dentist from a mediocre one? Why are some dentists more expensive than others? How can I find a good dentist for my needs? These questions and so many like them are raised daily by people around the world who are trying to get the best value for money and best quality of care from a dentist. Learn how to establish basic staples of high-quality dentistry that are focused on ensuring that the patient has a safe, pain-free consultation. What is the concept of Slow Dentistry®? How can it get you to another level? The formula for success in the future: Slow Dentistry plus digital dentistry.
The application of the 4 basic cornerstones of Slow Dentistry can truly lead to a stress free environment and is a practice builder, not to mention the benefits on mental health in the workplace.
Dr. Stanley is one of the world’s most renowned speakers in dentistry. His lectures have been well received in over 50 countries in the last 20 years. He is a very passionate speaker that inspires dentists of all ages and of all levels, from students to senior dentists, to understand the foundations of dentistry. His lectures will show you how he transitioned from an analog practice to a fully digital workflow by showing incredible cases that are powered not only by awesome technology but mostly by science and evidence-based protocols. The combination of new techniques, new materials and new technologies are really driving change, and you’ll be impressed by how the future of dentistry will be changing the trip to the dentist in the near future. Dr. Stanley’s lecture will cover many topics including his path from the beginning of his career to the digital practice that is White Clinic and a globally recognized brand in dentistry. His “No Half Smiles” philosophy which is a treatment philosophy which envisions the construction of a new smile entirely from a biological, function and aesthetic perspective, and his “Slow Dentistry” philosophy www.slowdentistry.com helps dentists understand the vital importance of going slow at critical moments in time. He will show many cases from minimally invasive digital dentistry applied to natural teeth to implants, with very complex cases covering all areas from ortho to perio and minimal invasive cosmetic dentistry. Always powered by digital software. At the end we’ll talk about how consumers and technologies are driving the future of dentistry with an understanding of where our profession will be in the next 10 years.
Dr. Stanley is very passionate about ethics in dentistry and sees the fact that business has many times overtaken the fundamentals of patient care as something to be aware of. His love for the craft is inspiring and he will challenge you to rethink your business model and life goals in the profession toward a more human vision without ever forgetting financial and personal growth.
Friday, September 16, 2022
University of Washington
Kane Hall, Room 130
Seattle, Washington 98195
This course is designed for dentists, hygienists and dental assistants.
Registration and Continental Breakfast: 8:00am – 8:30am
Course: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Until September 14, 2022 (after, $25 more)
$135 for CDE credit*
Complimentary for no CDE credit**
* This fee helps to cover the costs of this event that exceed the available annual funds of the Ernest M. Jones Memorial Lectureship Fund.
** If you plan to attend for no CDE credits, you still need to register.
Parking passes may be purchased through the CDE office for $18 each until September 2, 2022. Alternatively, parking will be available in the E1 Parking Lot, north of the stadium, for $6 the day of the course.
$25 per person – chicken, fish or vegetarian entrée available – reserve by September 9, 2022.
An annual alumni meeting will convene over lunch, but you are welcome to attend the lunch whether you are alumni or not!
CANCELLATION, TRANSFER AND REFUND POLICY:
No refunds will be given for this course. If you must cancel your registration, tuition credit will be given for the course that must be used at a UW CDE course by June 30, 2023; or the registration can be transferred to another person for a $10 processing fee. Cancellations and transfers must be made by 5:00pm on September 14, 2022. After that, no transfers are available.
The University of Washington is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
This continuing education activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the ADA Continuing Education Recognition Program (ADA CERP) through joint efforts between the University of Washington and Oregon Health Sciences University.
The University of Washington is a member of the Association for Continuing Dental Education.
University of Washington designates this activity for 7 continuing education credits.