Paresh Shah, DMD

Contemporary Esthetics for Everyday Practice
Convenient Techniques to Make Your Practice More Predictable and Profitable

Paresh Shah, DMD, MS

Saturday, April 27, 2019

9:00 AM - 12:00 PM & 2:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Cox Business Center

Lecture Recommended for Dentists and Dental Assistants


Course DescriptionDr. Paresh Shah

As dentists we are challenged with an increased complexity in esthetic dentistry demands. Furthermore, we are faced with an ever-changing selection of materials, procedures and requests from patients. This lecture will provide an update of current restorative materials and present clinical examples to help you understand their proper use.

Course Objectives

  1. You will learn ways to make your everyday restorative treatments simple, predictable and profitable.
  2. We will review direct and indirect procedures through a series of clinical cases to easily visualize how to treat many of the challenges we encounter in everyday practice—on natural teeth and implants.

  3. You will be shown how mastering the basics can help you transition patients into more complex treatments.

  4. You will also learn practical techniques to simplify the restoration of your cases and be able to implement many of these immediately. 


Dr. Paresh Shah maintains a private practice in Winnipeg, Canada with a focus on implant, cosmetic and interdisciplinary care. He graduated from the University of Manitoba in 1991. Dr. Shah has a proficiency certificate in Esthetic Dentistry from the University of Buffalo (SUNY) in 2007 and a Masters in Physiology from the University of Manitoba in 1987. He is also a graduate of the Misch Implant Institute Prosthetic Program and the Kois Center in Seattle. Dr. Shah serves as a consultant for numerous dental manufacturers in product development and evaluations.  He is an active member of the Seattle Study Club network and also a founder and co-director of a Seattle Study Club in Winnipeg. He has used digital technology in his practice for over 10 years and provided over 300 lectures globally on all aspects of restorative, interdisciplinary care and digital dentistry.




Course Sponsored by

If you are interested in sponsoring this course, visit the Sponsorships page or email Lynn Means,

Speaker Disclosure

Dr. Paresh Shah has no conflict of interest disclosures for this course.  

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