INCORPORATING NEW WORKFLOWS & PATIENT WELLNESS WHILE INCREASING PRODUCTIVITY WITH DIGITAL SCANNING
Audience: This course was created for doctors and hygienists.
At the heart of most hygienists is the wellness of their patients. This webinar will share experiences by two hygienists on how they integrated digital scanning into everyday practice in post COVID World.
• Explore new workflows and clinical benefits of digital scanning during the hygiene appointment
• Observe clinical case examples of digital integrated workflows
• Introduce NIRI and the iTero 5D Element Imaging System
This course is sponsored by:
- Course Details: 1 Live Lecture CE Credit - Subject Code 730 - No Prerequisites
Ljiljana Hinton RRDH
Ljiljana Hinton RRDH has over two decades of clinical Restorative Dental Hygiene experience. Her commitment to continued studies in Periodontics, Orthodontics and Restorative have confirmed that education is the most powerful resource for dental clinicians to facilitate patient comprehension with the goal of recognizing solutions to create optimal personalized oral health outcomes. As well as working clinically full-time, Ljiljana is a guest instructor in the continuing education orthodontic program at George Brown College and a consultant for dental practices on the implementation of the iTero Element™ digital workflow. Ljiljana finds professional and personal reward when invited to mentor, collaborate, train and empower dental professionals to deliver science-driven, optimal standards of dental care.
Stefan Pelletier RDH
Stefan Pelletier RDH has been practicing dental hygiene for more than two decades with a focus in Periodontics. Working in a fully digitalized, comprehensive dental practice in New Brunswick Canada, that is not only a Gold Plus Invisalign provider but a certified Digital Smile Design (DSD) clinic. As a firm believer in the benefit of patient awareness, by utilizing the iTero® Element 5D imaging system, with all his hygiene patients, he strives to educate patients in attaining holistic oral health with proper occlusion at the forefront.