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Nada Albatish, DDS, FAGD

Avoid 10 Common Occlusion Traps that Destroy Your Dentistry

Lecture | April 9 | 3:15 p.m. - 4:45 p.m. | One and a Half (1.5) CE Hours  Category B

Ontario, Canada

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Course Description

Learn fundamentals that help you avoid the everyday traps in restorative dentistry, in order to create predictability and success in treatments ranging from single unit to full mouth dentistry on teeth and implants.  Whether you are a new or seasoned clinician, this course will give you valuable pearls that will simplify the complexities of occlusion, and help your dentistry last. 

Learning Objectives

  • Identify and diagnose conditions that cause occlusal instability and may introduce functional problems in your everyday practice.

  • Learn why occlusion is important to everyday dentistry - from single teeth to larger cases.

  • Understand fundamentals in predictable occlusions and learn how to think about your treatment plans in a way that will make a positive difference to your practice and your confidence on Monday morning.

Course Sponsored By:
if you are interested in sponsoring this course, please contact Makenzie Dean

Speaker Bio:

Dr. Nada Albatish owns and operates a multi-disciplinary practice called All Smiles Dental Centre, which is north of Toronto. As a consummate learner, Dr. Albatish has committed herself to advanced continuing education, first by completing a GPR residency immediately out of dental school, followed by hundreds of hours of continuing education each year. 

Dr. Albatish’s love for complex and rehabilitative dentistry has focused her work and distinction in the industry and among her peers. She is honored to serve as a faculty member for Clinical Mastery Series.

As a speaker, author, and key opinion leader, Dr. Albatish is inspired by helping her fellow dentists to achieve excellence, predictability, and confidence in their craft.

She acts as a mentor and support system for clinicians around North America and is incredibly committed to the success of others and to the advancement of the dental profession at large.