Digital Dentistry and its uses in the everyday practice
This course is designed to present the latest in digital media. Incorporating the latest technology into the everyday practice can be simple if some of the basic steps are taken to ensure ease of use for both the dentist and the patient. A review of software, hardware, digital cameras, apps, websites, social media, search engine optimization, in office systems, tracking, and how to leave Google and Yelp reviews. The attendees will gain step by step instruction on how to optimize your digital presence.
This presentation will cover the latest up to date material on various subjects. A full review of adhesives, all ceramic materials, cements, provisionalization, chairside digital scanning options, laboratory communication, and the latest research will be covered. The presentation will also cover implants, the digital workflow to fabricate custom abutments and milled restorations from with lithium disilicate and/or zirconia.
This hands on program will cover the ideal rationalization and preparation for porcelain laminate veneers. A step by step approach will cover differing preapration protocols. The design elements needed to fabricate all porcelain laminates will be addresed as well as temporization, impressions, cement selection and laboratory communication.
Before becoming a dentist I spent my childhood growing up in Palm Beach County, Fl. I attended the University of South Florida in Tampa. I attended the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, S.C., where I received my dental degree in 1994. I have been presenting for the last 18 years, helping dentists implement the newest esthetic dentistry into their offices. Many things have changed over the last 15 years, now Recommendation Marketing and Digital Dentistry are the most important ways to grow a practice.
Google My Business
Hands On Veneer Workshop
“Dr. Ritters information and energy is awesome. His knowledge of social media and recommendation marketing is the top"
Dr. Bob Margeas
Dr. Paresh Shaw
Dr. Ritter spent the day with our study club of course eveyday dentistry was covered, what was more of a hit was social media.The entire group was writing notes and asking tons of questions.
Dr. Ritter's presentation was clinically relevant, easy to follow, and provided my members numerous "pearls" to take back to their office's Monday morning. While demonstrating on screen a certain technique, he then put down the microphone and made it a point to walk around and help the members while answering any additional questions.
Dr. Ben Calem