DSD is the starting point of all dental treatments, both simple and complex cases. For many dentists, treatment planning creates a trade-off between aesthetics and function, and DSD gives you a fully guided planning process that delivers great results. It gives you the multidisciplinary decisions that most of your cases need and is a great tool for communicating with the whole team. The strongest advantage of DSD is the emotional benefit the patient has as he can participate in the whole
process. We live in a world where communication is the key to success and DSD is a great language for that. The course is intended for general dentists, dental technicians, specialists, as well as other staff, such as dental assistants or people who take care of marketing and advertising in your office or laboratory.
improving the Smile Design process and transforming the patient into a co-author of their own smile,
development of a communication protocol that enables real and daily interdisciplinary dentistry,
increasing the perception of the value of dental treatment and the consequent integration of an emotional approach in dentistry,
the integration of new technology to create effective and predictable clinical procedures, how to become an orofacial specialist through facial dynamics analysis and global diagnosis.
Practical part on DSD app.
The price of the course includes one joint dinner.
YOU WILL BECOME A CERTIFIED DSD MEMBER AFTER YOUR TRAINING IS COMPLETED.
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