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Wednesday, July 17, 2013


Let's Make Some Noise!.....When the Milling Machines are Humming, the Clinic is Thriving

Dr. Terry Yacovitch
A 1979 DDS graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Dr. Yacovitch has accumulated more than 2700 hours of professional development over the past 33 years.  Dr. Yacovitch was a clinical demonstrator and lecturer at his alma mater McGill for over 15 years, educating the next generation of dentists.  He is a member of the Quebec Order of Dentists, Quebec Dental Surgeons Association, CDA, ADA, IACA, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine, Academy of Cad Cam Dentistry and the Academy of Computerized Dentistry of North America (Board of Directors member 2006-2010). 
Dr. Yacovitch has been affiliated with LVI since 2004, attending over 20 courses and events.  He is an LVI Featured Lecturer on the topic of Cad Cam Integration and Team Development.  As a Cad Cam (CEREC and E4D) educator and Integration and Development coach, Dr. Yacovitch, along with his wife, Suzanne, present throughout North America to doctors and teams who are seeking to enhance their skills. 
Dr. Yacovitch has been published numerous times in LVI Visions, The Journal of the IACA, The Journal of the ACCD, The Journal of the ACDNA, Cad Cam International Magazine of Digital Dentistry and has written several articles on Dentistry for InfoSign Media in Montreal.
Dr. Yacovitch continues to complete numerous hours of continuing education every year.  His credo is “Never stop learning!”
 Dr. Yacovitch maintains a private practice in Montreal, Quebec.


The presentation will cover key elements for achieving excellence with Cad Cam digital technologies.  In-office systems and lab supported technologies will be discussed.   The protocols and systems for success will be reviewed.   Topics will include material selection, bonding systems, problem solving, Cad Cam implant solutions, team roles and delegation, patient acceptance criteria.    Hints of what’s coming!
Learning Objectives: 
1) Integration of Cad Cam technologies into everyday practice
2) Team roles for success
3) The efficient use of time and resources
4) Treatment planning and achieving case acceptance
5) Technical troubleshooting -  How to prevent complications
6) Protocols and systems to put in place for predictable results every time

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