Due to Growing Demand, Dr. Alleman to Offer New Courses in Knoxville – December 1-2 & December 8-9

Dr. Alleman is returning to Knoxville, TN in December to offer another round of courses in Biomimetic Dentistry.

Dates for the Foundations and Protocols course will be December 1-2, 2017.

Dates for the Master Techniques course will be December 8-9, 2017.

This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about the field of biomimetic dentistry and master its techniques.

Set your practice apart from others. Learn the materials and techniques that can eliminate sensitivity, prevent root canals and restore teeth without crowns.  Renew your passion for dentistry.

What You Can Expect to Learn in the First Course

The first two-day protocol course is based upon the Adhesive Equation and is composed of 6 Steps that is the foundation for all restorative work. 

  1. Diagnosis & Treatment of Decay       
  2. Immediate Dentin Sealing                    
  3. Onlay Design & Fabrication
  4. Diagnosis & Treatment of Structure Compromise
  5. Lowering  C Factor Stresses              
  6. Adjusting Occlusal Stresses

What You Can Expect to Learn in the Second Course

 The follow up two-day hands-on course will demonstrate and teach the protocols. This will be limited attendance for individual attention to master the techniques.   You will become completely confident with this science and technique

The goal of restorative dentistry is to return all destroyed or lost tooth structure to full form and function. These adhesive techniques maximize the preservation of structure with minimal preparation.

No tooth deserves a crown: no patient deserves the amputation bases upon treatment of the last 100 years.

Course Location and Details

Course location:  Dental Images 1715 Downtown West Blvd Knoxville , Tn 37919

Cost : Protocol, literature review $750, Hands-on $3,000,  

For more information or to register contact Dr. Jim Erpenbach, jderpdds@comcast.net or call office 865-584-8630 or cell 865-679-4343.

More details will be sent once registered.

Literature review or previous foundations course is required for the second hands-on course.

Upcoming Event on July 13th - Exploring Dental Materials: Shrinkage Stress & Mechanical Properties- Dr. Nate Lawson