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Seminar In Paradise™
Superior Dento-Facial Esthetic Restorative Dentistry:
Based on the Basics
Mid - Summer
12-Day British Isles Cruise
Monday - Saturday
July 24 - August 5, 2017
on Princess Cruises' Caribbean
Joseph R. Greenberg,
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16 CE Credits
given during days at sea
Every consumer survey shows that
the teeth and smile are the most important aspect of
facial attractiveness, so we need to start here.
What do patients see when looking at the face and
smile? Yes, there is science and clear evidence
that leads us to treatment choices and protocols to
capture the essence that patients are seeking to
enhance their facial attractiveness. Learn the
lessons from Periodontal Prosthesis that contribute to
this predictable new treatment success.
Course participants will take home
a new concept of facial form, dental function and
harmony that blends the sound principles of
Periodontal Prosthesis with the latest techniques and
devices of Dental Macroesthetics.
You will learn:
• The science of viewing perspective and how to look
“through the eyes of the patient”.
• The menu for the
new, evidence based Therapeutic Model of Dento-Facial
• The Esthetic Gauges and the Facial Plane
Relator, extraordinarily easy to master, that will lead the
Restorative Dentist to predictably superior results, and
evoke “Wow doctor. No one ever did this for me before!”
The 7 Point Esthetic Check List (featured in Inside
Dentistry, March 2013) to make sure essential factors are
• Lessons from the Masters of Periodontal
Prosthesis that defined the Penn/Temple concept of the Form
and Function of the Masticatory System and contribute the
essentials of dental anatomy so critically important to the
“staging” of the anterior dental composition.
View” for Lower anterior anatomy and esthetics.
Splinted vs. non splinted restorations.
Patient case studies will be
used to illustrate:
• The impact of the
teeth and smile on Facial Esthetics
• Applying these
principles to the Periodontal Prosthesis patient.
update on all ceramic vs. metal ceramic systems in
• A reality check on Dental
• Current science in professional
monitoring, maintenance and daily biofilm control.
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AGD Codes: 017 - 2
hrs., 610 - 5 hrs., 690 - 4 hrs. and 780 for 5 hours
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Joseph R. Greenberg, DMD, FAGD
received his dental degree and post doctoral dual specialty
training in Periodontics and Fixed
Prosthodontics/Periodontal Prosthesis from the University of
Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, where he has taught
for over 40 years and holds the rank of Clinical Professor
of Periodontics. Dr. Greenberg has been appointed
Clinical Professor of Restorative Dentistry at The Kornberg
School of Dentistry at Temple University, where he was
Course Director of Advanced Restorative Dentistry for 8
years. He has served on editorial boards of professional and
related health magazines, was a member of The Bryn Mawr
Hospital dental staff, and has contributed over 20 original
articles to the dental literature. In addition he has
served as Team Dentist to the Philadelphia 76ers, and has
maintained a private practice in suburban Philadelphia for
over 35 years. Dr. Greenberg has consulted for major
dental product manufacturers in research, development and
marketing, and has invented the Facial Plane Relator, and
the Etched porcelain-fused-to-metal Resin Bonded Bridge.
Dr. Greenberg holds Fellowships
in the highly selective American Academy of Esthetic
Dentistry, the Greater New York Academy of Prosthodontics,
the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Philadelphia, and
the Academy of General Dentistry. He is former executive
director and President of the Charles L. Pincus Foundation,
founder and 1st President of “Kids Smiles” a
non-profit Community Center for Children’s Dental Health,
founding Vice President of The National Children’s Oral
Health Foundation, and has served many other non-profit
volunteer activities and Boards. He won the first
annual Trudi Birger Award from Alpha Omega International
Dental Fraternity (2005) and the Pennsylvania Dental
Association Special Community Service Award (2006) for his
work with Kids Smiles.
Recently Dr. Greenberg served on
the Board of Visitors of the Kornberg School of Dentistry at
Temple University, and now is a special advisor to the Dean.
He has been selected for the Board of the ADA’s National
Give Kids A Smile program. Dr. Greenberg has now given over
100 invited lectures to Dentists and dental students all
over the world and at his private Teaching Center.
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