This is a first of its kind course that teaches a proven formula for successful complication management with no anxiety and fear but rather confidence while instilling likability, trust and goodwill.
Welcome to Complications 911! - You need to master this
This is a very focused training that takes in a common-sense path in the complication management sequence.
Welcome to Complications 911! - The 5-Step Formula
In this video you'll learn about getting a new perspective on complication management. It's not just clinical.
Step 1 - The bond - How to instill likability and trust?
The first step in the complication management is creating a bond between you and the patient.
Step 1 - The bond - Mastering the new patient exam
In this one I share the full process of the new patient exam which is critical for Step 1 - The BOND.
Step 2 - The Informed Consent Process - What is the process all about?
This structure is a tried and true way to apply learning of any subject matter.
Step 2 - The Informed Consent Process - What to discuss before extraction?
This video is a walkthrough the informed consent form for extraction and bone grafting.
Step 2 - The Informed Consent Process - Consent form for implant surgery
In this video, you'll learn about the structure of an implant surgery consent form.
Step 3 - Delivering bad news - How to deliver "bad news"?
I'm going to teach you the exact 6-step process of delivering the "bad news". This is the most important video in the course.
Step 4 - Hand-Holding - TLC and hand holding
Once you deliver the "bad news" successfully, it ain't over yet.
Step 5 - The Closure - How this all ends and how you leave it behind?
In this video I show you how to leave everything behind. If you performed well in steps 1-4, this is going to be easy.
Step 5 - The Closure - Now let's manage some cases
Now that you know the 5 steps of complication management, let me show you 2 cases that got complicated.
It has good theoretical knowledge, it has great – hands on, very interactive, there’s a clinical component in the office, it’s a fantastic venue and it’s overall a very well paced course as well.
I would definitely recommend Surgical Masters. It’s unique, it’s powerful on multiple levels. I would tell anybody that’s looking to improve their game both clinically, professionally, personally, this is a great investment.
I used to not do much surgery at all, and since I started with Surgical Master, I’ve been doing a lot more surgery, has improved my bottom line and renewed my interest in dentistry.