Bay College Dental Seminar
Important for all dental office professionals
Friday, October 2, 2020; 8 AM - 4 PM
The Bay College Dental Seminar will offer an engaging day of learning and networking. Attendees will have the opportunity earn continuing education credits submitted to the State of Michigan for approval. This seminar will benefit Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants and Office Managers.
This year's speaker is Dr. Susan McMahon from Pittsburgh, PA. Learn more about Dr. McMahon and her presentation below.
The seminar fees listed below include registration, morning refreshments and lunch.
- Cloverland District Dental Society Members (Dentists only): $99.00
- Dental Staff - $109.00
- Dentist - $129.00
Susan McMahon, DMD, AAACD
Dr. McMahon is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine, and enjoys a thriving dental practice in Western Pennsylvania focusing on esthetics and oral health. She is accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. An author and lecturer, Dr. McMahon has devoted her professional career to the pursuit of advanced technologies in cosmetic dentistry and smile design. She is a past clinical instructor in Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Dental Medicine and a guest lecturer at the University of West Virginia, School of Dentistry.
A seven-time award winner in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry’s Annual Smile Gallery, Dr. McMahon has twice been awarded gold medals. She has been honored as a Top Cosmetic Dentist five times. She has also been voted by her peers as a Top Dentist in Pittsburgh.
Just do it…Better! Solutions for better restorations, better workflow and better well-being for dentists and teams using today’s technology, materials, techniques and equipment.
As clinicians we all have challenges in our daily practice lives:
- Are there procedures that stress out you and your team?
- Do your indirect restorations seat and seal every time?
- Do you have inconsistent contacts with cl 2 restorations?
- Do you get good esthetic outcomes with your directs and indirects on anteriors?
- How’s your communication with patients and case acceptance?
- How do you decide what new composite, cement, adhesive, glass ionomer, bioactive material etc. to choose?
- What technology fits best in your practice and your budget?
- Is chair time being used as efficiently and effectively as you would like?
Solutions to these and other challenges will be provided by going step by step through clinical cases. Using scanners, lasers, diagnostic cameras, handpieces, new restorative materials, new finishing techniques and simple tricks, your everyday procedures will be better.