Friday, April 13, 2018 | Registration/Breakfast – 8:00am
Lecture/participation 8:30am – 5:00pm
Saturday, April 14, 2018 | Registration/Breakfast – 8:00am
Lecture/participation 8:30am – 4:00pm
The essence of aesthetic dentistry is meeting the expectations of your patients. It doesn’t matter if the restorative outcome impresses you, your staff, your colleagues or even passes accreditation with the AACD. It has to impress the patient or you have lost. Your patients also have expectations in how long your aesthetic dentistry should last. In this course we will comprehensively cover the entire process needed to become successful in providing world class aesthetic restorative dentistry, beginning with your initial patient encounter to the final celebration of the case result.
Dr. Marc Montgomery DDS, FAACD graduated from the University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts in 1982. Then graduated from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry in 1986. He stayed on as an associate professor until 1988.
Dr. Montgomery is an accredited fellow member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and member of the American Society of Dental Aesthetics. Through the years he has received many awards in the AACD’s Smile Gallery Competition. He has served on the board of the Minnesota Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry for 12 years as the past president and board member. He has published clinical articles in several International dental journals. Minneapolis/St. Paul magazine has voted him top cosmetic and general dentist eight consecutive times (2000, 2002, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2013 and 2015).
Dr. Montgomery has maintained a full time cosmetic oriented family practice since 1986 in Woodbury, Minnesota and has lectured several times on functional based esthetic dentistry for local dental organizations.
- New patient Interview
- Treatment Records with an emphasis on photography
- Review of AACD photography series
- Smile Design and treatment planning
- Hands on session with designing a case
- The Consultation: Discussion on case presentation communication techniques
- Preparation steps
- Provisional follow up steps
- Laboratory communication
- Try-in and bonding in of all ceramic restorations
- Porcelain re-contouring
- Case-follow up
Several cases will be discussed ranging in a variety of esthetic dentistry materials. The cases will include: indirect ceramic restorations, direct composite restorations, single anterior implant restorations and a combinations of all three. All materials and instruments will be listed. There will be an opportunity for group discussion.
- Treatment plan two real cases with aesthetic requirements. The student will have full records to accurately treatment plan. Group discussion will follow and then the final outcomes will be presented.
Embassy Suites – Airport
7901 34th Avenue South,
Bloomington, MN 55425
Close to Mall of America
14 Participation Credits in 780 Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry
Plus 18 Participation Credits if completing Clinical Assignment at a Thursday Night Case Presentation Night
$1095 AGD Member Dentist
$1295 Non-Member Dentist
$795 New Dentist (first 3 yrs and a Member)