How Consumers are Driving Change

  • Friday 1/26/2024
  • Time: 9:00 am - 12:00 pm
  • Course Code: 567RL
  • Cost: $134
  • Room Location: BCEC Room 211
  • Credits: 3 CE Hours
Miguel Stanley, DDS is an adjunct assistant professor, department of restorative dentistry at UPenn, and has lectured in over 54 countries in the past 2 decades. He was recently voted one of the 32 most influential people in dentistry by the incisal edge magazine, one of only 3 Europeans to make the list. He created the No Half Smiles treatment philosophy over 15 years ago, is the founder of the Slow Dentistry Global Network present in over 50 countries and more recently of the Missing Link an artificial intelligence company that can screen X-rays for oral inflammation helping cancer patients amongst others locate hidden inflammation. He is the creator of the T7 treatment philosophy we are certain he will talk about today.

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 online but rather 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.

After this course attendees 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
  • Realize why the first appointment is so important and why we make so many mistakes
Recommended Audience: Dentist




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