|COURSE # 3|
Friday, April 17, 2015
Dr. Paresh Shah has been in private practice in Winnipeg, Canada since 1992. Dr. Shah’s interest and expertise lie in cosmetic, restorative and implant dentistry. He has evolved from a single-tooth, reparative dentist to one that provides a comprehensive approach to patient care. He enjoys teaching and mentoring dentists in all aspects of restorative dentistry and interdisciplinary care.
Dr. Shah provides practical information to deliver everyday dentistry in an efficient, predictable and productive manner. He provides a balance of clinical experience, evidence-based dentistry and simple systems to implement immediately. Dr. Shah’s speaking style is very interactive, informative and non-threatening.
From the day we graduated from dental school, we received the skills to treat teeth and fix problems.
Most of us never received the tools to look at the big picture and understand why dentition and supporting structures can break down or fail. These skills aren’t easily learned and require a thirst for knowledge, advanced education and mentoring. Most of us are good “single-tooth or reparative dentists,” but few are good “interdisciplinary” dentists. This lecture will take you through the evolution from being a tooth-by-tooth dentist to a comprehensive interdisciplinary dentist. It’s not a daunting task; but there can be challenges along the way. The journey is definitely worth it and your patient care and personal fulfillment will be enhanced.
Please note: this course is held in conjunction with the Third District. For proper credit, please register with your district.