Date(s) - February 3, 2021
7:30 am - 9:00 am
Webinar: Simple Solutions/Complex Problems – Don’t Look at Just Teeth – Look at the Whole Patient
7:30am–9:00am • 1.5 CEU, Core • Sponsored by True Function Laboratory
This course is a part of our Super CE – Week of Webinars event. The courses will all be in a webinar format and the pricing of the course will depend on how many courses you sign up for.
Every day, we see advances in all medical specialties from neurology to psychiatry and beyond. We are masters of engineering, physics and infection control. But…are we looking out for our patients when we fail to present comprehensive plans? Do we know our limits? Do we ask “why?”
Aimie… One patient, all of the answers.
We will examine the red flags of a “simple” orthodontic case, one that resulted in several retreats, relapse, psychosocial isolation, chronic physical, mental and fiscal pain. WHY? A bit of tunnel vision, dogma and being human, perhaps. This isn’t about negligent treatment – it’s about Aimie…the person, her story (not the story of Aimie’s teeth). Learning Objectives:
- The potential systems that fall in our collective scope as dentists
- Integration and collaboration with the multitude of medical and dental disciplines
- Taking our profession to an unimagined level
Timothy Mickiewicz, DDS:
Dr. Mickiewicz has practiced complex restorative dentistry, management of facial pain and headache, oral medicine, and management of dental sleep medicine for 38 years. For the past decade he has exclusively dedicated his practice to managing the seemingly unmanageable, creating and refining a true collaboration with physicians and dental specialists.
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