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Occlusion Demystified


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This Course is Ideal for:

This Course is Ideal for:

  • Those practicing real world dentistry
  • Dentists who desire to improve aesthetics
  • Dentists who want to eliminate failures and predictably restore patients in ideal position
  • Those practicing real world dentistry
  • Dentists who desire to improve aesthetics
  • Dentists who want to eliminate failures and predictably restore patients in ideal position

Expand Your Proficiency & Learn:

Expand Your Proficiency & Learn:

  • The science behind tooth contacts and muscle harmony
  • The 5 steps to functional success with every patient
  • Hands on clinical records, recording bites and facebows for case planning
  • How to accurately diagnose wear, severe wear and post treatment triggers
  • Understand the 3 most critical factors in your new patient exam
  • Deprogramming methods: when to use and why
  • Diagnosing the asymptomatic patient
  • How to avoid “red flags” that will compromise the outcome of a case
  • How to establish Occlusal Vertical Dimension—when to make changes and why
  • Hands on critical case finishing that will prevent post-treatment challenges
  • Successful treatment planning and model evaluation
  • Evaluation and deliberate occlusal equilibration—“stop chasing dots”
  • The science behind tooth contacts and muscle harmony
  • The 5 steps to functional success with every patient
  • Hands on clinical records, recording bites and facebows for case planning
  • How to accurately diagnose wear, severe wear and post treatment triggers
  • Understand the 3 most critical factors in your new patient exam
  • Deprogramming methods: when to use and why
  • Diagnosing the asymptomatic patient
  • How to avoid “red flags” that will compromise the outcome of a case
  • How to establish Occlusal Vertical Dimension—when to make changes and why
  • Hands on critical case finishing that will prevent post-treatment challenges
  • Successful treatment planning and model evaluation
  • Evaluation and deliberate occlusal equilibration—“stop chasing dots”

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

  • $1,495 per doctor
  • $295 per team member - 20 CE credits
  • $1,495 per doctor
  • $295 per team member - 20 CE credits
September  20-22, 2019
Roseman University
South Jordan, UT

Functional Aesthetics

Functional Aesthetics


The goal of this program is to provide attendees with a unique hands-on, live-patient educational experience and the opportunity to explore various case scenarios. The combination of clinical, communication, marketing, and management skills addressed in this course will not only increase your enjoyment of dentistry, but will also promote a level of clinical success and confidence most dentists don't realize is possible.

Bring your own patient and give them the smile of their dreams! This program occurs over two weekends, 4 weeks apart. Clinicians provide their own patient, and with the guidance of a clinical mentor, perform hands-on preparation and cementation of approximately 8-10 anterior all ceramic restorations.

The goal of this program is to provide attendees with a unique hands-on, live-patient educational experience and the opportunity to explore various case scenarios. The combination of clinical, communication, marketing, and management skills addressed in this course will not only increase your enjoyment of dentistry, but will also promote a level of clinical success and confidence most dentists don't realize is possible.

Bring your own patient and give them the smile of their dreams! This program occurs over two weekends, 4 weeks apart. Clinicians provide their own patient, and with the guidance of a clinical mentor, perform hands-on preparation and cementation of approximately 8-10 anterior all ceramic restorations.

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You Will Learn:

You Will Learn:

  • The nuances of anterior smile design
  • A complete understanding of adhesive dentistry: new materials and techniques for success
  • Avoiding sensitivity and eliminating microleakage with bonded restorations
  • Case planning, both aesthetically and functionally, of anterior restorative dentistry
  • Preparation steps that follow a predictable and systematic approach
  • Understanding functionally why things work, while others fail
  • A series of easy to understand principles of how posterior dentition can affect long term anterior success
  • A thorough understanding of the new restorative materials and their applications
  • Veneer provisionalization that’s amazingly fast and aesthetic
  • Laboratory communication to ensure success
  • Cementation principles designed for predictable placement of multiple units
  • Creative marketing to attract the “aesthetic” patient
  • The nuances of anterior smile design
  • A complete understanding of adhesive dentistry: new materials and techniques for success
  • Avoiding sensitivity and eliminating microleakage with bonded restorations
  • Case planning, both aesthetically and functionally, of anterior restorative dentistry
  • Preparation steps that follow a predictable and systematic approach
  • Understanding functionally why things work, while others fail
  • A series of easy to understand principles of how posterior dentition can affect long term anterior success
  • A thorough understanding of the new restorative materials and their applications
  • Veneer provisionalization that’s amazingly fast and aesthetic
  • Laboratory communication to ensure success
  • Cementation principles designed for predictable placement of multiple units
  • Creative marketing to attract the “aesthetic” patient

Six-Day
Live Patient
Course

You Will Learn:

  • The nuances of anterior smile design
  • A complete understanding of adhesive dentistry: new materials and techniques for success
  • Avoiding sensitivity and eliminating microleakage with bonded restorations
  • Case planning, both aesthetically and functionally, of anterior restorative dentistry
  • Preparation steps that follow a predictable and systematic approach
  • Understanding functionally why things work, while others fail
  • A series of easy to understand principles of how posterior dentition can affect long term anterior success
  • A thorough understanding of the new restorative materials and their applications
  • Veneer provisionalization that’s amazingly fast and aesthetic
  • Laboratory communication to ensure success
  • Cementation principles designed for predictable placement of multiple units
  • Creative marketing to attract the “aesthetic” patient
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Six-Day
Live Patient
Course

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Six-Day
Live Patient
Course

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

  • $4,900 per doctor (includes 1 assistant)
  • $395 per team member - 42 CE credits

Prep Oct 11-13, 2019
Seat Nov 15-17, 2019
Roseman University
South Jordan, UT

  • $4,900 per doctor
  • $395 per team member - 42 CE credits

Prep Oct 11-13, 2019
Seat Nov 15-17, 2019
Roseman University
South Jordan, UT

Advanced Aesthetic Restoration

Advanced Aesthetic Restoration


The goal is to develop mastery level aesthetic dentistry; creating the opportunity to explore vast options of multi-disciplinary care, prosthetic possibilities, and patient management focusing on oral rehabilitation and long term functional success. Following this course, you'll be able to aesthetically treat a complex restorative / prosthetic case and develop a working knowledge of resources to use in diagnosis and case planning. You will learn the latest technique such as bonded ceramics, smile design, and comfortable and stable occlusion that results in the ultimate in beauty and function.

The goal is to develop mastery level aesthetic dentistry; creating the opportunity to explore vast options of multi-disciplinary care, prosthetic possibilities, and patient management focusing on oral rehabilitation and long term functional success. Following this course, you'll be able to aesthetically treat a complex restorative / prosthetic case and develop a working knowledge of resources to use in diagnosis and case planning. You will learn the latest technique such as bonded ceramics, smile design, and comfortable and stable occlusion that results in the ultimate in beauty and function.

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3 WEEKEND, 9 DAY LIVE PATIENT COURSE:

In this power packed 3 weekend course, you will treatment plan and treat a full mouth rehabilitation under the guidance of a clinical instructor.
WEEKEND #1: Advanced Occlusion and diagnosis and treatment planning requirements
WEEKEND #2: Advanced Smile Design and Full Mouth Preparation
WEEKEND #3: Advanced Case delivery and Finishing

PRE-REQUISITE:
Occlusion Demystified and Functional Aesthetic Courses.

In this power packed 3 weekend course, you will treatment plan and treat a full mouth rehabilitation under the guidance of a clinical instructor.
WEEKEND #1: Advanced Occlusion and diagnosis and treatment planning requirements
WEEKEND#2: Advanced Smile Design and Full Mouth Preparation
WEEKEND#3: Advanced Case delivery and Finishing

PREREQUISITE:
Occlusion Demystified and Functional Aesthetic Courses.

You Will Learn:

DIAGNOSIS:

  • Diagnosis of the complete masticatory system cranio-mandibular problems, and the complex pain patient
  • Orthopedics: preventing the need for rehabilitation through comprehensive development management
  • Determining the correct VDO and how to alter it
  • Advanced Smile Design

CASE ASSESSMENT:

  • Records and imaging
  • Practical reliable implant restorations: bridges, crowns, overdentures, fixed removable
  • Relationships between the occlusion and the joints
  • Myofascial pain and temporomandibular disorders

LOGISTICS IN FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION:

  • How to handle the pre-prep and preparation sequencing
  • Case finishing and post insertion sequencing
  • Alternative therapies for alternative patients (long-term pain management)
  • Laboratory support for complex cases

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

You Will Learn:

You Will Learn:

DIAGNOSIS:

DIAGNOSIS:

Diagnosis of the complete masticatory system cranio-mandibular problems, and the complex pain patient
Orthopedics: preventing the need for rehabilitation through comprehensive development management
Determining the correct VDO and how to alter it
Advanced Smile Design

  • Diagnosis of the complete masticatory system cranio-mandibular problems, and the complex pain patient
  • Orthopedics: preventing the need for rehabilitation through comprehensive development management
  • Determining the correct VDO and how to alter it
  • Advanced Smile Design

CASE ASSESSMENT:

Records and imaging
Practical reliable implant restorations: bridges, crowns, overdentures, fixed removable
Relationships between the occlusion and the joints
Myofascial pain and temporomandibular disorders

  • Records and imaging
  • Practical reliable implant restorations: bridges, crowns, overdentures, fixed removable
  • Relationships between the occlusion and the joints
  • Myofascial pain and temporomandibular disorders

LOGISTICS IN FULL MOUTH REHABILITATION:

How to handle the pre-prep and preparation sequencing
Case finishing and post insertion sequencing
Alternative therapies for alternative patients (long-term pain management)
Laboratory support for complex cases

  • How to handle the pre-prep and preparation sequencing
  • Case finishing and post insertion sequencing
  • Alternative therapies for alternative patients (long-term pain management)
  • Laboratory support for complex cases

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

Tuition Fees & CE Credit Information

  • $9,900 per doctor (includes 1 assistant)
  • $595 per team member - 60 CE credits
  • $9,900 per doctor (includes 1 assistant)
  • $595 per team member - 60 CE credits

Dx Sep 6-8, 2019
Prep Oct 11-13, 2019
Seat Nov 15-17, 2019
Roseman University
South Jordan, UT

DX Sep 6-8, 2019
Prep Oct 11-13, 2019
Seat Nov 15-17, 2019
Roseman University
South Jordan, UT

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One of the most misunderstood and valuable aspects of the AAR treatment protocol is the interdependence of aesthetics, function, and vertical dimension of occlusion. The control of the result of the case is often in the interplay between the smile design and the normalization of the vertical.  The problems that come up for many cases include the issue that lengthening the upper anterior teeth without controlling vertical can result in overbites that are too deep and too tight. This can result in pain, dysfunction, or breakage of the anterior teeth. Additionally, if vertical is not adequately redeveloped, there often is not enough restorative space to provide normal cusps and tooth anatomy in the posterior regions of the mouth. Other problems with vertical dimension that can be addressed with AAR is redeveloping tongue space for myofunctional activity and increased oral volume for airway management.  Finally, controlling vertical dimension can really make an aesthetic result “pop” by reducing the aged look of a collapsed lower face height.

The Hornbrook and Montgomery program on AAR is available once a year in a live patient format through Utah Valley Dental Lab and Roseman Dental School. 

We look forward to helping more and more patients have the dentist of their dreams. 

Advanced Aesthetic Restoration

Advanced Aesthetic Restoration


More and more people are turning to aesthetic restorative and reconstructive dentistry for the large aesthetic and functional and structural compromises that affect the face, mouth and dentition. This has brought us to the place where we have to ask ourselves questions about techniques and protocols that can address the patient’s needs using the modern aesthetic restorative materials that we use in our routine treatment of 1-4 teeth.  We also must ask, is there a way to be more conservative in our preparations and treatment plans on these larger cases than over preparing, or removing viable teeth for a prosthetic solution.

Over the past 20 years,  the Hornbrook and Montgomery Group have developed and delivered Advanced Aesthetic Restorations to thousands of patients both in educational and private practice settings.  The techniques have been rock solid in their predictability, beauty, and in the functionality of the results.  

More and more people are turning to aesthetic restorative and reconstructive dentistry for the large aesthetic and functional and structural compromises that affect the face, mouth and dentition. This has brought us to the place where we have to ask ourselves questions about techniques and protocols that can address the patient’s needs using the modern aesthetic restorative materials that we use in our routine treatment of 1-4 teeth.  We also must ask, is there a way to be more conservative in our preparations and treatment plans on these larger cases than over preparing, or removing viable teeth for a prosthetic solution.

Over the past 20 years,  the Hornbrook and Montgomery Group have developed and delivered Advanced Aesthetic Restorations to thousands of patients both in educational and private practice settings.  The techniques have been rock solid in their predictability, beauty, and in the functionality of the results.  

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The Hornbrook and Montgomery program on AAR is available once a year in a live patient format through Utah Valley Dental Lab and Roseman Dental School. 

We look forward to helping more and more patients have the dentist of their dreams. 

The Hornbrook and Montgomery program on AAR is available once a year in a live patient format through Utah Valley Dental Lab and Roseman Dental School. 

We look forward to helping more and more patients have the dentist of their dreams. 

One of the most misunderstood and valuable aspects of the AAR treatment protocol is the interdependence of aesthetics, function, and vertical dimension of occlusion. The control of the result of the case is often in the interplay between the smile design and the normalization of the vertical.  The problems that come up for many cases include the issue that lengthening the upper anterior teeth without controlling vertical can result in overbites that are too deep and too tight. This can result in pain, dysfunction, or breakage of the anterior teeth. Additionally, if vertical is not adequately redeveloped, there often is not enough restorative space to provide normal cusps and tooth anatomy in the posterior regions of the mouth. Other problems with vertical dimension that can be addressed with AAR is redeveloping tongue space for myofunctional activity and increased oral volume for airway management.  Finally, controlling vertical dimension can really make an aesthetic result “pop” by reducing the aged look of a collapsed lower face height.

One of the most misunderstood and valuable aspects of the AAR treatment protocol is the interdependence of aesthetics, function, and vertical dimension of occlusion. The control of the result of the case is often in the interplay between the smile design and the normalization of the vertical.  The problems that come up for many cases include the issue that lengthening the upper anterior teeth without controlling vertical can result in overbites that are too deep and too tight. This can result in pain, dysfunction, or breakage of the anterior teeth. Additionally, if vertical is not adequately redeveloped, there often is not enough restorative space to provide normal cusps and tooth anatomy in the posterior regions of the mouth. Other problems with vertical dimension that can be addressed with AAR is redeveloping tongue space for myofunctional activity and increased oral volume for airway management.  Finally, controlling vertical dimension can really make an aesthetic result “pop” by reducing the aged look of a collapsed lower face height.

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One of the most misunderstood and valuable aspects of the AAR treatment protocol is the interdependence of aesthetics, function, and vertical dimension of occlusion. The control of the result of the case is often in the interplay between the smile design and the normalization of the vertical.  The problems that come up for many cases include the issue that lengthening the upper anterior teeth without controlling vertical can result in overbites that are too deep and too tight. This can result in pain, dysfunction, or breakage of the anterior teeth. Additionally, if vertical is not adequately redeveloped, there often is not enough restorative space to provide normal cusps and tooth anatomy in the posterior regions of the mouth. Other problems with vertical dimension that can be addressed with AAR is redeveloping tongue space for myofunctional activity and increased oral volume for airway management.  Finally, controlling vertical dimension can really make an aesthetic result “pop” by reducing the aged look of a collapsed lower face height.

The Hornbrook and Montgomery program on AAR is available once a year in a live patient format through Utah Valley Dental Lab and Roseman Dental School. 

We look forward to helping more and more patients have the dentist of their dreams. 

The Hornbrook and Montgomery program on AAR is available once a year in a live patient format through Utah Valley Dental Lab and Roseman Dental School. 

We look forward to helping more and more patients have the dentist of their dreams. 

One of the most misunderstood and valuable aspects of the AAR treatment protocol is the interdependence of aesthetics, function, and vertical dimension of occlusion. The control of the result of the case is often in the interplay between the smile design and the normalization of the vertical.  The problems that come up for many cases include the issue that lengthening the upper anterior teeth without controlling vertical can result in overbites that are too deep and too tight. This can result in pain, dysfunction, or breakage of the anterior teeth. Additionally, if vertical is not adequately redeveloped, there often is not enough restorative space to provide normal cusps and tooth anatomy in the posterior regions of the mouth. Other problems with vertical dimension that can be addressed with AAR is redeveloping tongue space for myofunctional activity and increased oral volume for airway management.  Finally, controlling vertical dimension can really make an aesthetic result “pop” by reducing the aged look of a collapsed lower face height.

Introduction to Airway & Sleep Dysfunction

Introduction to Airway & Sleep Dysfunction


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This is our specialty and our personal commitment to your ongoing development and success.  Not all doctors need the same path forward and we certainly want you to move in your direction at your pace. 

Most of our coaching is long term that is set up in 6 month or 12 month agreements. 

We work from your strategy and your plan in a way that includes all the elements necessary for your success. Whatever you need can be a part of your plan: clinical support and mentoring, leadership development, team development, change management, workflow, projects and systems, etc.

We work from a set of values that include curiosity, grace, gratitude and excellence. Our foundation of success is in excellent relationships. And we are totally focused on bold ambitious results. 

This is our specialty and our personal commitment to your ongoing development and success.  Not all doctors need the same path forward and we certainly want you to move in your direction at your pace. 

Most of our coaching is long term that is set up in 6 month or 12 month agreements. 

We work from your strategy and your plan in a way that includes all the elements necessary for your success. Whatever you need can be a part of your plan: clinical support and mentoring, leadership development, team development, change management, workflow, projects and systems, etc.

We work from a set of values that include curiosity, grace, gratitude and excellence. Our foundation of success is in excellent relationships. And we are totally focused on bold ambitious results.