You have, no doubt, heard the expression “What’s in your wallet?” For those of us in the dental industry, a more appropriate question might be: What’s in You’re Armamentarium? In school, we were taught to use specific instruments for each part of the mouth. The reason was quite simple: to pass the boards. Let’s face it, if you didn’t answer the questions exactly the way National and Regional Boards wanted, the answer was wrong.
It was only after we graduated and gained real-world experience that we realized that we could use better instruments and use them to do more than just what we learned in school. Alas, we just don’t do it enough. What if I told you that you could upgrade what’s in your armamentarium in a way that could help you work better, smarter, and more efficiently? Especially now that we are in the Pandemic.
Join me for my course called Thingamajigs, Whatchamacallits, and Other Essential Tools to learn how to upgrade and improve the instruments you work with every day.
Strategize plans for the most appropriate modalities for each type of procedure (including suction, pre-procedural rinses and hand instruments)
Differentiate between different types of scaler and curette designs including handle designs, shank angulations and working end features