Dental Professionals Come Enjoy an Evening with Us!!
Tuesday, April, 9, 2012
Receive 2 live CE credits, $75 fee
Tuesday, April 9, 2012
Presented by: Dr. Robert Mikhli
“IMPLANTS for LIFE”
Currently practicing at The Implant Center of Brooklyn and Long Island. Dr. Robert Mikhli is originally from Cleveland, Ohio. He received a BA in Economics at Yeshiva University, and went on to study at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine where he was awarded his DDS. He furthered his training with a General Practice Residency at New York Hospital of Queens. Dr Mikhli continued at NYHQ for a fellowship in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/ Implantology. He is a member of the ADA, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the International Congress of Oral Implantologist. He will be presenting a lecture on Implants that will cover such topics as: patient selection, home care and hygiene and avoidance of treatment complications.
Course Outline and Objective:
Ensuring long term success of your patients implants requires a complete approach. Every patients unique situation dictates that a personalized plan is needed to help maximize function, from selection of the patient themselves to follow-up care. As with any procedure, a skipped or missing step can seriously compromise the outcome. By thinking and planning for the life of the implant we can help our patients get the most out of their investment, increase our own implant success rates and ensure that our practice is receiving positive recommendations and referrals.
Refund policy: Payment is required at the time of registration and in advance of the course date. A full refund will be given if cancelled 48-hrs prior to the course.
Time and Location:
6:00 -8:30 p.m. Bohemian Benevolent, Literary Association (BBLA) 321 East 73rd Street (Between 1st and 2nd) New York City For more information contact: Courtney Daly (212) 486-6668 or email@example.com
Premier Sponsor for our April Program
Thank You to the DSCRI Corporate Sponsors!
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