The economy is slowly changing for the better and dental services are on the rise – NOW is the time to make critical decisions for your dental practice and improve and broaden the services that you now offer. Earn one hour free AGD PACE CE credit by joining one of the most trusted names in dentistry, Dr. Louis Malcmacher, in this intensive webinar that will impact your dental practice immediately.
In this webinar, you will learn:
The most trusted, innovative, and cutting edge advances in general dentistry today – is the time right to add cosmetic orthodontics, Botox and dermal fillers, sedation dentistry, adhesive endodontics, and more to your practice
How to effectively compare new clinical technology and decide what is right for your individual practice – understanding these concepts will save you thousands of dollars now and in the future as you decide on new technology such as laser, CAD-CAM, digital impressioning, and much more.
Discuss new practice and patient engagement and management techniques to get patients in the chair
What top 3 things you must add to your dental practice right now to take advantage of the changing economic times
In addition to these topics, we will discuss ways to lower your overhead, impactful clinical tips to make your dentistry faster, easier and better and be available for questions at the end of the presentation. With completion of a short post-webinar test, you will receive one hour of AGD PACE approved credit.
I invite you to join us to learn more about options that will benefit you, your practice and your patients.
Dr. Louis Malcmacher
Dr. Louis Malcmacher is a practicing general dentist in Bay Village, Ohio and an internationally known lecturer and author, known for his comprehensive and entertaining style. Dr. Malcmacher has served as a spokesman for the AGD, as a consultant to the Council of Dental Practice of the ADA, and is currently president of the American Academy of Facial Esthetics. Dr. Malcmacher has been named as a Leader in Continuing Education by Dentistry Today for the 14th straight year. His group dental practice has maintained a 45% overhead since 1988.