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    South Carolina Digital Technology Summit


    JOIN US FRIDAY, November 15, 2019

    You and your staff are cordially invited to the Atlanta Digital Technology Summit!

    Featuring advanced training and insights from Clinical Leaders in Dental Technology and more.



    Atlanta Digital Technology Summit

    Date: November 15, 2019

    Agenda Registration & Breakfast: 7:30 - 8:30 AM
      Morning Programs: 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM
      Lunch: 12:00 - 1:00 PM
      Afternoon Programs: 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM


    Location: Gwinnett Center/
    Infinite Energy Center

    Address 6400 Sugarloaf Parkway
      Duluth, Georgia 30097

    Course Tuition:

    Regular $299 (per Doctor)
      $99 (per Staff)


    Patterson: 770-420-2324
    Ivoclar: 770-380-2071






    Our Featured Speakers:

    Dr. David Juliani

    Dr. Rich Rosenblatt

    Dr. Brad Wilis

    Dr. Brad Wilis

    Andre Shirdan

    Rachel Taylor, CDA









    Courses Offered

    Discover what’s new in the world of digital technology. Learn about new software, new applications, new materials to enhance your patients experience and create predictable, clinically successful outcomes.

    This event will offer a total of 6 CE hours. See below for more information. ALL COURSES START AT 8:00 AM & END AT 4:00 PM

    COURSE A: CEREC Advanced Concepts & 2019 Updates

    Dr. Rich Rosenblatt, & Dr. Dave Juliani & Dr. Peter Gardell | From single-unit posterior crowns to a multiple-unit anterior case as well as treatment planning implants, it’s all possible in your practice. Dr. Rosenblatt and Dr. Juliani will touch on advanced principles of completing challenging cases with digital technology including new software, and restorative material updates.

    COURSE B: Monolithic Materials Masterclass: Working With Lithium Disilicate and Zirconia

    Mike DiTolla | PFM’s now make up only 10% of the crowns fabricated by the largest dental lab in the U.S., having been largely replaced by solid zirconia and lithium disilicate. These high-strength, cementable, all-ceramic monolithic restorations behave differently than traditional restorations, and this session focuses on how to prep, adjust, de-contaminate, cement/bond, and cut off these new restorations when necessary. Perhaps most impressively, the fracture rates for these monolithic restorations are second only to cast gold

    COURSE C: Prevent Missed Appointments & the Blueprint to an Indestructible Recall System

    Andre Shirdan | When your dental chair is empty, you are temporarily unemployed. There are ways to stop this from happening. We take the time to review the “whys” it happens and the “hows” to fix it. This course will help you better define your active patient base, find the gaps that exist in your scheduling and confirmation techniques, help you create strategies so that cancellations don’t effect productivity and find the language that supports this process.

    COURSE D: CEREC Workflow for the Assistant

    Angelia White, RDH | The role of the Dental Assistant in the digital workflow is increasingly important. This course is designed to give you the tools you need to increase your success. From capture and design, material choices, through characterization, cementation options and all the tips and tricks in between plus much more, Ms. White will guide you through simplifying your choices and applying a systematic approach to your digital workflow. This will be an engaging and educational experience dedicated to the future success of CAD/CAM practices.

    COURSE E (Hygienist Course): Implant Diseases and Health: Monitoring and Maintenance

    The ultimate goal of oral rehabilitation using osseintegrated implants from the patients’ perspective is to achieve an emergent prosthetic profile which is in harmony with gingival architecture to provide a natural appearance of the implant restoration.

    From the surgeons’ perspective, superior density and volume of bone surrounding the implant body along with factors like implant design help provide fixation and stability (osseointegration) of the implant. This stability can then be transformed into functional and esthetic harmony of the implant restoration for where regains form, function and esthetics. However the continued preservation of this osseointegration becomes the long term victory of this treatment modality.

    COURSE D: Digital Discovery

    Dr. Rich Rosenblatt, & Dr. Dave Juliani & Dr. Peter Gardell







    Greenville, South Carolina