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Beyond Bleaching

Presented by: Gregg Tousignant
Gregg graduated from Dental Technology at George Brown College in 1992, and became a Certified Dental Technician in 1994 from the National Board for Certification. He currently provides lectures and hands-on courses for both the General/Cosmetic dentist as well as dental and hygiene schools across Canada. Topics include Tooth Whitening, Impressioning, Temporization, Adhesives, Direct Anterior & Posterior Composites, Post/Core, and Direct Veneer Colour Change. He has also been published in Oral Health, the Journal of the Toronto Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Dentistry Today, Inside Dentistry, and Chairside Dentistry. Gregg is currently serving as Technical Support Manager for Clinical Research Dental where he provides continuing education programs consistent with the Company’s philosophy, Teaching Better Dentistry.
Course Description:
Really?! Another whitening lecture?! What is there left to talk about? After all, bleach is bleach! They’re all just peroxides and they all do the same thing! While such comments are common, in reality it’s like saying, “all cars are the same” or “all shoes are the same”. There is some truth to this since they serve similar functions; however, not all do so with the same fit, feel, comfort, speed, and customer satisfaction. Tooth whitening has become a commodity in the eyes of many dental professionals and rather than looking at the differences in quality from one product to the next, many are simply concerned with the price, gimmicks or packaging rather than safety, efficacy, sensitivity and effects on enamel. We will address the truths about whitening – separating fact from fiction – and determine what makes one product superior to the next, while learning how to distinguish between clinical relevance and clever advertising.


• How to communicate and educate your patients more effectively

• The importance of a dentist supervised whitening program versus O.T.C. products

• How to customize percentage of solution, trays or chair-side treatment to better help the patient

• What to do for yellow/brown teeth versus what is best for more severe staining – like tetracycline

• How to increase the number of new patients with internal marketing on tooth whitening

• Evidence based tooth whitening, how to achieve optimum results

• What the evidence shows on tray whitening with and without reservoirs

• Who is more likely to experience sensitivity and how to prevent it

• What can be achieved with chair-side whitening lights

Upon course completion, attendees will be able to confidently recommend products, procedures and treatments that are best for their patients and customize a whitening plan to achieve “realistic” whitening goals, with little to no sensitivity. All the while creating happier patients, with brighter smiles, and adding value to the practice. This course is designed for the entire dental team.

Date: Tuesday February 11, 2020
Time: Sign-in 6:30pm, lecture 7:30-9:30pm
Location: John Paul II Polish Cultural Centre, 4300 Cawthra Rd, Mississauga
Exhibitor: Cinical Research Dental



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