“Canadian Dentist Reveals The Secrets Of The 20-Minute Complete Denture And
The 11-Minute Partial Denture”
Believe it or not, there are two segments of dentistry that are not experiencing a downturn… sedation dentistry and dentures. But here’s the problem: Many states are tightening the rules – making it even more difficult to become certified in sedation dentistry.
Cosmetic dentistry is down 30% and that’s in a niche of only 3-5% of the population. So, if you are a “cosmetic only practice”… good luck!
So, like it or not… dentures are the most recession proof AND the most in demand dental service in the 2009 economy.
Now here’s the problem: Most of you reading this hate doing dentures and received very inadequate training in dental school. In fact, at schools like the University of Kentucky the requirement to graduate used to be only one set of dentures. So like it or not, you’d better learn how to fabricate and market quality dentures and you better learn to do it FAST!
Dr. John Lyons is a Canadian dentist with one dental assistance who routinely produces $12K/day. A large part of that $12K is dentures and partial dentures and you’ll love his fast, predictable technique (explained in full) on this timeless DVD.
Here’s what you’ll learn:
· The 3-appointment denture/2 appointment partial
· What to look for on the Pano
· Using the Boley guage to determine vertical dimension
· Using a wax block (not bite blocks) to quickly and accurately determine vertical dimension
· Injet bite registration material around wax blocks?
· Why the old denture should fit into the impression tray
· A two alginate impression system
· Why you should ALWAYS do the lower impression first
· 3-minute final set time?
· Start the upper mix as the lower sets?
· Keep lips relaxed during impression
· The 5 critical factors to communicate to the lab
· Incisal papilla – buccal of anterior incisors
· Why 20° posteriors work best
· Midline = incisal papilla?
· Mount upper anteriors first
· Set posteriors half the height of retro molar pad/middle of ridge
· The five things to do at try-in
· Leave the patient for five minutes to inspect the wax try-in?
· Changing the vertical with hot water
· Opening the vertical with wax strips
· Info before versus excuses after
· Using rim shaped occlusal bite paper
· Always adjust occlusion in the mouth
· The corresponding times for each step of the 20-minutes
· What to ask before starting a new partial denture
· The FAST silicone bite
· #7408 fluted carbide bur (no polish)
· #7902 fluted carbide bur for guiding planes
· The ultra quick chairside reline
· Quick fixes to the four most common post-op problems
· How to avoid the partial denture wax try-in appointment
And much, much more!
Only 100 DVDs/workbooks available?
Since John practices in Canada, it’s an “absolute nightmare” getting educational products through customs and into the United States. We, however, have finally secured 100 DVDs.
Now, in addition to John’s instructional DVD we have also have put together a handout that contains the instrument list and the sequence charts. Plus, we have secured some fantastic marketing ads from a leading US dentist whose practice is limited to dentures only and have placed these in the booklet as well.