No Half Smiles and Slow Dentistry

  • Friday 1/26/2024
  • Time: 2:00 - 5:00 pm
  • Course Code: 568RL
  • 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.

In this lecture Dr Stanley will present the origins of the "No Half Smiles” and “Slow Dentistry” work philosophy and how an effective treatment plan and its correct team approach can help save time and stress. What are the common denominators that if mastered can bring happiness to you, your patient, your team as well as the growth of your practice? 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.

Also, 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? Discover how to manage a practice and new work ethic than can truly lead to a stress-free environment and is a practice builder, not to mention the benefits on mental health in the workplace.

After this course attendees will be able to:
  • Discuss how choosing the best products and technical solutions is the foundation of success
  • Identify how to solve each individual case for optimal outcome
  • Review simple to complex case management, treatment, and planning
Recommended Audience: Dentist




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