The Dawson Academy Blog

Dental Articles on Occlusion, Centric Relation, Restorative Dentistry & More

Dr. Andrew Reingold established Everlasting Smile, a cosmetic and comprehensive dental practice in Manhattan, New York. There, with his vast art training and experience in functional dental esthetics, he continues to provide minimally invasive dentistry to patients from all around the world.

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Webinar: The Role of Repositioning in Complete Dentistry

Learn lessons you can immediately implement for complete dentistry repositioning and increased practice revenue.

Orthodontics is one of four treatment options available in complete dentistry. Why then are so many patients needing this being referred out? Are there workflows that enable general dentists to take on orthodontic cases with confidence?  Can we find more cases that would benefit from these tools, and can we work more constructively with our orthodontist colleagues? Fortunately, we can, and this program will explore how Invisalign has solved all these repositioning questions positively.  

Learning Objectives: 

  1. Describe how Invisalign’s ClinCheck® Pro Tool is essential in treatment planning for General Practice Dentists at all levels of orthodontic experience.
  2. Acquire win-win relationships with orthodontists.
  3. Measure increased profitability from rendering efficient Invisalign protocols.
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Webinar: 3D Printing for Complete Dentistry

3D printing for dentistry and how it fits in the digital dentistry world.

This presentation will show the fundamentals of 3D printing for dentistry and how it fits in the digital dentistry world. Attendees will get the principle steps to use Meshmixer, a free 3D modeling application, to construct dental models and a COVID face cover.

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Truth About Digitally Fabricated Splints

When we talk about digital dentistry, we are really talking about replacing different aspects of the process from the physical world to computer-coded counterparts. It can be everything from capturing of data with intraoral scans, to the software design process, and then fabrication of the splints using some automated manufacturing device. In my office, I’ve liked the digital capture part of the process for a while, but now, digital design and fabrication is exciting too.

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