Treat patients more predictably and with less anxiety about esthetic zone subgingival tooth preparation and restoration, orthodontics, root sensitivity, restorative & periodontal therapy near delicate gingival tissues, and what you recommend for oral hygiene methods.
Start improving your practice today with transformative learning from Dr. Merijohn, a widely recognized leading clinician and educator in periodontics. Challenging and on-target, this innovative and interactive seminar inspires you to change the way you practice dentistry.
Experience the unprecedented evidence-based system that will help you exceed your patients’ expectations, and yours. Management and Prevention of Gingival Recession is the engine for change you’ve been looking for.
Demystify gingival recession and acquire a solid foundation and practical systematic method in what to look for, how to plan, and how to predictably manage and prevent gingival recession. Take this seminar and increase the scope of your practice services to include the management and prevention of gingival recession.
You will learn:
- The key factors that increase susceptibility to gingival recession
- A systematic approach for developing targeted and personalized action plans for the prevention and management of gingival recession in your practice
- Practical clinical decision-making criteria for when and how to monitor gingival recession and when a patient is a candidate for surgical evaluation or referral to a periodontist
Faculty: George K. Merijohn DDS
San Francisco periodontist George K. Merijohn practiced 28 years and is associate professor in postdoctoral periodontics at UC San Francisco and U Washington. He is appointed special expert to the California Dental Board; serves as a consultant to dental schools, clinicians, and the legal profession; and is on the editorial board of the Journal of Evidence-Based Dental Practice. Dr. Merijohn leads seminars and workshops at major dental conferences and is published in leading peer-reviewed journals with articles on mucogingival clinical decision-making, risk assessment, and the evidence-based approach.