Integrated Smile Design

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Integrated Smile Design

Lecturer:
Dan Woricker

Dates:
To be confirmed

Fees:
£1,668 inc VAT

2020 dates to be confirmed

Venue TBC
Starts at 9:00 AM

ISD’s efficacy as a patient-centric consent tool in orthodontic-restorative cases makes it a failsafe revenue generator. Recommended as a follow on from Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge, the Integrated Smile Design course equips you with the digital skills to transform your case volume and treatment plan uptake rate.

Dan Woricker saw his treatment plan uptake rate increase from 31% to 85% and his case volume rise by 500% — watch his testimonial video here.

Did you know you are required to keep start and finish study models for seven years or until the patient is 25? Learn the Wired protocol for keeping a visual record of all orthodontic treatment types, providing protection in the event of a complaint and an efficient communication tool that makes business sense.

Lessons: 2 Days Duration: 2 Days CPD Hours: 14 Hours
Delegates: 20 Restrictions: None Suited For: GDP, TCO’s, Dental Nurses

Videos

 

Integrated Smile Design

 

Clinician Review

 

Clinician Review

Out manoeuvre the big aligner brands by effortlessly educating your patients about realistic treatment outcomes — and watch your revenue grow. Simplify and streamline consent with in-house ISD or with help from our design experts in the Wired Lab.

  • Book Integrated Smile Design
  • Complete the course
  • Set up ISD in-house with the Wired Lab

Objectives

  • Develop skills necessary for creating an integrated smile design for both restorative and orthodontic treatments.
  • To use ISD to improve patient communication and treatment uptake.
  • To integrate your lab and colleagues into the treatment planning process, creating multidisciplinary treatment plans.
  • To allow the practitioner to create before-after simulations of treatment.
  • To help the practitioner move away from single tooth dentistry and provide more profitable and enjoyable treatment.
  • To achieve this using software and hardware you already have available (laptop or Mac with PowerPoint or Keynote).

Is Integrated Smile Design my orthodontic business solution?

  • Unrivalled efficacy as a consent tool
  • Failsafe revenue generator
  • Useful in all aspects of dentistry
  • Remove the stress of selling so you can enjoy work again
  • Enhanced protection from complaints
  • Modernise your practise with co-discovery treatment planning
  • Practise more profitable and enjoyable dentistry

Day 1

Intro

  • ISD and facially generated treatment planning
  • Why use them?

Data gathering

  • Record taking
  • Clinical photography

Creating ISD

  • PowerPoint and Keynote
  • Starting off
  • Step-by-step guide
  • Getting presentation made
  • Practical exercises using cases provided

Day 2

Advanced techniques

  • Creating before-after simulations
  • Integrating 3D scans into presentation, Kesling set-ups

Hands on

  • Create an ISD on cases (your own is best) from start to finish
  • Clinical photography

Creating ISD

  • PowerPoint and Keynote
  • Starting off
  • Step by step guide
  • Getting presentation made
  • Practical exercises using cases provided

Tips and tricks

  • Using templates to speed up process (provided)
  • Things to avoid
  • Laptop buying advice

USB stick

  • All tools needed to create an ISD
  • Step by step video guides
  • Handouts and slides from 2 days

Daniel Woricker

BDS

GDC No: 210111

Dan is the lead lecturer on our Integrated Smile Design course. He shares simple treatment planning systems that he developed himself, which saw his plan uptake rate rise from 31% to 85% and his case volume increase by 500%.

Dan and his wife Leesa own Sleep Lane Smiles Dental and Cosmetic Practice, a private practice in Bristol. He graduated from Newcastle University and completed a ‘short term ortho’ course after moving to Bath in 2014.

But wanting to offer patients more comprehensive treatment and feel more confidence in treatment planning, he attended the Wired Education Core of Knowledge course and started to find that orthodontics became a big part of his restorative treatment plans.

With a native interest in photography and tech, he began to use photos and a laptop to create visual plans for patients. They involved guiding the patient through what he could see, what they could see and what possibilities there were to improve appearance and health.

The plans included before and after simulations that were realistic in order to manage expectations, which became an essential part of his consent process. Dan found more patients went ahead with plans that were not what they came in asking for, but once presented with the possibilities they could see the benefit for themselves.

His patients are now more involved in the treatment planning process and have a sense of ownership of their treatment plans. Seeing the benefits, other dentists became interested in creating these plans, especially as no extra software or equipment is required.

This led to the creation of the Integrated Smile Design course which explains how to integrate the smile design process into everyday general practice.
It’s received great feedback from dentists and their TCOs.

Outside work Dan’s passion is landscape and wildlife photography and travelling. He’s equally happy out walking his dog or at home with his cat, a Maine Coon who outweighs the dog at 9kg+.

Register Your Interest

Offers

Integrated Smile Design

 

Lecturer:
Dan Woricker

 

Dates:
To be confirmed

Fees:
£1,668 inc VAT

2020 dates to be confirmed

VENUE TBC
Starts at 9:00 AM

ISD’s efficacy as a patient-centric consent tool in orthodontic-restorative cases makes it a failsafe revenue generator. Recommended as a follow on from Orthodontics: Core of Knowledge, the Integrated Smile Design course equips you with the digital skills to transform your case volume and treatment plan uptake rate.

Dan Woricker saw his treatment plan uptake rate increase from 31% to 85% and his case volume rise by 500% — watch his testimonial video here.

Did you know you are required to keep start and finish study models for seven years or until the patient is 25? Learn the Wired protocol for keeping a visual record of all orthodontic treatment types, providing protection in the event of a complaint and an efficient communication tool that makes business sense.

Lessons: 2 Days Duration: 2 Days CPD Hours: 14 Hours
Delegates: 20 Restrictions: None Suited For: GDP, TCO’s, Dental Nurses

Videos

 

Integrated Smile Design

 

Clinician Review

 

Clinician Review

Out manoeuvre the big aligner brands by effortlessly educating your patients about realistic treatment outcomes — and watch your revenue grow. Simplify and streamline consent with in-house ISD or with help from our design experts in the Wired Lab.

  • Book Integrated Smile Design
  • Complete the course
  • Set up ISD in-house with the Wired Lab

Objectives

  • Develop skills necessary for creating an integrated smile design for both restorative and orthodontic treatments.
  • To use ISD to improve patient communication and treatment uptake.
  • To integrate your lab and colleagues into the treatment planning process, creating multidisciplinary treatment plans.
  • To allow the practitioner to create before-after simulations of treatment.
  • To help the practitioner move away from single tooth dentistry and provide more profitable and enjoyable treatment.
  • To achieve this using software and hardware you already have available (laptop or Mac with PowerPoint or Keynote).

Is Integrated Smile Design my orthodontic business solution?

  • Unrivalled efficacy as a consent tool
  • Failsafe revenue generator
  • Useful in all aspects of dentistry
  • Remove the stress of selling so you can enjoy work again
  • Enhanced protection from complaints
  • Modernise your practise with co-discovery treatment planning
  • Practise more profitable and enjoyable dentistry

Day 1

Intro

  • ISD and facially generated treatment planning
  • Why use them?

Data gathering

  • Record taking
  • Clinical photography

Creating ISD

  • PowerPoint and Keynote
  • Starting off
  • Step by step guide
  • Getting presentation made
  • Practical exercises using cases provided

Day 2

Advanced techniques

  • Creating before-after simulations
  • Integrating 3D scans into presentation, Kesling set-ups

Hands on

  • Create an ISD on cases (your own is best) from start to finish
  • Clinical photography

Creating ISD

  • PowerPoint and Keynote
  • Starting off
  • Step by step guide
  • Getting presentation made
  • Practical exercises using cases provided

Tips and tricks

  • Using templates to speed up process (provided)
  • Things to avoid
  • Laptop buying advice

USB stick

  • All tools needed to create an ISD
  • Step by step video guides
  • Handouts and slides from 2 days

Daniel Woricker

BDS

GDC No: 210111

Dan is the lead lecturer on our Integrated Smile Design course. He shares simple treatment planning systems that he developed himself, which saw his plan uptake rate rise from 31% to 85% and his case volume increase by 500%.

Dan and his wife Leesa own Sleep Lane Smiles Dental and Cosmetic Practice, a private practice in Bristol. He graduated from Newcastle University and completed a ‘short term ortho’ course after moving to Bath in 2014.

But wanting to offer patients more comprehensive treatment and feel more confidence in treatment planning, he attended the Wired Education Core of Knowledge course and started to find that orthodontics became a big part of his restorative treatment plans.

With a native interest in photography and tech, he began to use photos and a laptop to create visual plans for patients. They involved guiding the patient through what he could see, what they could see and what possibilities there were to improve appearance and health.

The plans included before and after simulations that were realistic in order to manage expectations, which became an essential part of his consent process. Dan found more patients went ahead with plans that were not what they came in asking for, but once presented with the possibilities they could see the benefit for themselves.

His patients are now more involved in the treatment planning process and have a sense of ownership of their treatment plans. Seeing the benefits, other dentists became interested in creating these plans, especially as no extra software or equipment is required.

This led to the creation of the Integrated Smile Design course which explains how to integrate the smile design process into everyday general practice.
It’s received great feedback from dentists and their TCOs.

Outside work Dan’s passion is landscape and wildlife photography and travelling. He’s equally happy out walking his dog or at home with his cat, a Maine Coon who outweighs the dog at 9kg+.

Register Your Interest

Offers