Top 5 reasons to bring your team to Destination Education

July 31, 2013

Destination Education, Nov. 8-10, 2013, is more than just a ‘good’ cosmetic dentistry program. Its speakers and topics are designed to provide real-world connections to recent dental innovations in an environment that will help you and your team approach today’s patient and practice needs with confidence.

Destination Education, Nov. 8-10, 2013, is more than just a ‘good’ cosmetic dentistry program. Its speakers and topics are designed to provide real-world connections to recent dental innovations in an environment that will help you and your team approach today’s patient and practice needs with confidence.

These days, few people have the time, inclination or funds to prioritize “business as usual” tradeshows. When benefits-such as networking and CE credits-are easily accessible online, any company or association putting on an event needs to give you and your team a pretty good reason to show up.

In this case, DenMat gives you five.

1. An investment to recession-proof your practice

Good clinical practice is smart in any economy, but Destination Education goes a step beyond with courses that meet real concerns your practice may face. Consider:

Dr. Mike Kesner’s “Double Your Case Acceptance with One Sentence,” designed to help double, if not triple, your cosmetic cases and address the psychology behind why patients decide whether to accept treatment.

Or Dr. Lou Graham’s “A Sound Recession Proof Restorative/Hygiene Practice,” demonstrating how hygiene growth is tied to overall growth and ways to integrate the team in that effort.

2. Prepare for a “perfect” smile

Granted, there is no set definition for a “perfect” smile, but that doesn’t stop patients from demanding it.

“Thinnovation” and the role of porcelain veneers in creating smiles that meet your standards and patient expectations for form, function and esthetics, is critical. Get your tips from the best-Drs. Ed Lowe and Peter Harnois.

3. Go big by going minimal

The next big shift in dentistry won’t be a new “drill and fill” development. Rather, preventive care is where forward-thinking dentists should look to differentiate themselves in the market.

Many of the Destination Education presentations touch on aspects of prevention, including minimally invasive procedures, oral cancer screening and more.

4. Because CE doesn’t need to be B-O-R-I-N-G

You have to appreciate a program with the title, “Sex and Oral Health: What’s the Connection?” But, Jo-Anne Jones’ lecture is just one of the many sure to have your team talking. Also consider: Dr. Louis Malcmacher’s “Total Facial Esthetics for Every Dental Practice.” Or, Dr. Lou Graham’s “The State of Restorative Dentistry: Science and Practice.”

5. Staff bonding

We’re not talking about adhesives! A successful dental team is one that focuses on relational results in addition to clinical results. You’ll find few opportunities for fun and formation better than Destination Education.

It is, after all, Caesars Palace in Las Vegas-it’s a safe bet your staff will have plenty of memories to share at the end of your three days in town. With so much excellent information at your fingertips, here’s hoping that what happens in Vegas doesn’t stay in Vegas.

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Destination Education

Get excited about this one-of-a-kind learning event. Here's are five reasons to attend. Starts: 11/08/2013 Ends: 2013-11-10 Ceasar's Palace, 3570 S Las Vegas Blvd Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 USA