I would like to invite you to an action packed, informative and, at times, quite humorous FREE seminar to the public on Hi-Tech dentistry.
Back by popular demand will be all-you-can-eat Danish from the Double Tree Hotel in Palm Beach Gardens; some of which date back to the renaissance period. We will toss in some Florida bagels as well, which can double as life preservers for your pet hamster.
At “Teeth for Life XXV”, you will be infused with information on:
- How to tell if a dental office is safe and up to date before you throw yourself or your family in for treatment.
- The No-Cut implant surgical technique.
- Are there alternatives to crowns to fix your teeth?
- New bone graft materials that come from your own body vs. human cadavers, cows (and a few chickens.)
- Ceramic implants vs. titanium for those sensitive to metals.
- Avoiding gagging goop impressions with digital impressions with the iTero Element apparatus.
- Gorgeous porcelain laminate veneers that can last a lifetime and look like real teeth.
- The myths and truths of “Teeth in a Day” and the “All on Four” hoopla for implant reconstruction.
- Botox at the dental office: migraine treatment, TMJ and wrinkles.
- More numb; less ouch with nasal and electronic anesthetic devices, plus injection pain blockers.
- A quite drill; who knew?
- Fiber optic intra-oral cameras that find problems in the early stages before things get expensive.
- Why Dr. Josephs while working in an enema factory decided to become a dentist. (This one is right up your alley.)
Join us Friday, October 13th at 11:30 AM at the Double Tree Hotel in Palm Beach Gardens on PGA Blvd. All attendees receive a copy of my book: “Tooth Talk-What Educated Dental Patients Need to Know about 21st Century Dental Treatment.”
Seating is extremely limited, call or email us today to register: 561-832-2917, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dr. Mitchell Josephs practices Implant, Cosmetic and General Dentistry with an emphasis on implants, porcelain veneers, and complex crown and bridge treatment. He is on staff at JFK Medical Center and is a Faculty Advisory Board member at McGill University’s Faculty of Dentistry. He completed his residency at Manhattan’s Beth Israel Medical Center and Mt. Sinai Hospital.