Quick, Simple & Easy Dentistry

Jan. 1, 1998
Start a new journey with Dr. Joe Blaes in Albuquerque and pave the way to greater productivity and profitability in 1998.

Start a new journey with Dr. Joe Blaes in Albuquerque and pave the way to greater productivity and profitability in 1998.

The future of dentistry belongs to those who learn how to make the most efficient use of their clinical time. With that goal in mind, Dr. Joseph A. Blaes, editor of Dental Economics, will conduct an all-day seminar on March 27 at the Sheraton Uptown Albuquerque Hotel in Albuquerque, N.M.

The seminar is guaranteed to be practical, useful, realistic, everyday, down-to-earth, no nonsense, essential and upbeat. Dr. Blaes, who also writes the magazine`s "Pearls for Your Practice" column, has developed an achievable plan for dentists and staff to improve productivity and profitability at a low level of stress.


Over the last four years, Dr. Blaes has found many new products and techniques to make your life easier in the dental treatment room. You will leave with dozens of "Pearls" that can be immediately implemented when you return to your office on Monday morning.


In order to be clinically efficient, you must be able to consistently produce a quality product. This can only be done with highly structured, effective systems. Learn to design essential systems that will simplify the workplace and enable you to slow down and produce more! Hectic, chaotic schedules will be a thing of the past. A system to control your appointment book will change your life.


Improving organizational skills leads to greater productivity. Production increases with a highly personalized plan of treatment for each patient to enjoy optimum oral health for a lifetime. Learn to do quadrant, full-arch, and full- mouth dentistry. Patients appreciate missing fewer hours of work.


Learn the communication skills that enable you to build relationships with your patients. This leads to patient trust and confidence and an increase in case acceptance. Patients do not say "yes" to strangers. Simple, easily learned methods will help build rapport with your patients in a few minutes.


An acronym for "Together Everyone Achieves More." Unleash the power of your team. They are the key to long term success. Successful practices surveyed by Dental Economics have strong teams in place.

The seminar will cover the above material in a lecture format in the morning.

The afternoon seminar will be a limited attendance participation workshop. In a hands-on format, the participant will learn:

1. Quick and simple bleaching trays - Using revolutionary new materials, this hands-on course will enable you to take impressions and make bleaching trays in less time than you ever imagined. This technique combines new impression materials with new model materials to speed up the process. Come learn the technique, take home your own bleaching trays and bleach.

2. Easy temporaries - Single, custom-made, well-fitting, consistent temporaries in less than five minutes using new materials and techniques that allow anyone to be successful. No more post-operative sensitivity or abscessed teeth from excessive heat. No more distortion. Temps that stay put - no more recementing. You will make your own temps of actual cases in a laboratory setting. Start making easier temps on Monday.

The cost of the morning seminar (3 CEUs) is $99 ($129 after Feb. 27). The fee for the afternoon workshop (3 hours of participation CE) is $139 ($169 after Feb. 27) and is limited to the first 50 reservations. A $20 saving is available to those who sign up for both seminars.

Complete the form on Page 18 to ensure a reservation.

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