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Putting the WOW back in the Posterior Composite

Putting the WOW back in the Posterior Composite

Putting the WOW back in the Posterior Composite

John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD
John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD
on behalf of Premier Dental Institute

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Launch date: 27 Feb 2017
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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

Reference: 168909

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Description

For those wondering- what ever happened to the plain ol posterior composite-where did it go? For the last ten years it has been lapped by all the en vogue dentistry such as: all ceramic crowns, CAD-CAM, digital impressions, going paperless. In this webinar, the WOW will be brought back to the simple filling!

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Objectives
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to: learn the method behind making a posterior composite restoration look just like a natural tooth; learn posterior composite techniques that can be implemented into practice immediately.
John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD

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John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD
on behalf of Premier Dental Institute

John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD is a 1995 graduate of the University of Florida College of Dentistry. Since graduation he has been in private practice, with his father in, Orlando, FL. During his career he has been to over 1500 CE hours but what shaped him into what his is today is the 5 continuums and a special studies course at the LD Pankey Institute.But at the five year mark of his career he was ready to quit. He was miserable doing something that he worked his whole life for. So after he pulled himself up by the bootstraps he decided he didn’t want this to happen to any other young dentist. From this his first lecture series was created, What You Need to Know About the First Five Years of Practice. He felt being a young dentist himself, it gave him credibility. He published articles in Dental Practice Reports, Dental Economics, Dental Money Digest, Mentor Magazine, Dental Entrepreneur, New Dentist Magazine, and the Pankeygram. He took the lecture on the speaking tour and spoke all over the country, the pinnacle being the Chicago Mid-Winter and the AGD annual meeting.Although a passion for Dr. Gammichia, speaking got to be too hard with a budding practice and a multiplying family. He begrudgingly put it on hold. He couldn’t stay away from talking to other dentists. From 2004 to 2008 he was on the Communication Council for the AGD. And one of the topics that kept coming up, as the next great thing, was social media. In 2008 he became the official blogger for the AGD. The Daily Grind gave him a chance to be in community with other dentists at least two times a week. The blog has been voted one of the top dental blogs with over a 1000 readers a week. Now, with things on cruise control at the office and at the house, he is back lectureing, and loving every minute of it.When Dr. Gammichia is not being a full time dentist, lecturer and blogger, he is a husband of Hilda, his college sweetheart. He is also a father of 4. Luke 12, Madison 11, and Noah 8 and David 2.When he isn't doing dentistry, blogging or lecturing his hobbies include running marathons, all Gator sports, playing basketball, church activities and playing with the kids.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 1.00 Credits

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