Howard County Dental Association is pleased to offer the following continuing education course:
The restorative dentist is routinely faced with patients wanting a nicer looking smile. Sometimes bleaching is the only treatment necessary. But occasionally there are complicating esthetic dilemmas that make treatment more challenging and less predictable. This lecture will cover the common problems the dental team encounters, as well how to treat cases successfully and deal with esthetically demanding patients.
Learn how to recognize challenging dental restorative cases before starting treatment.
Learn treatment solutions for challenging cases.
Learn how to recognize and work with demanding patients.
About our speaker:
Keith Boenning, DDS
After graduating from the University of Maryland School of Dentistry in 1983 with a D.D.S. degree, he stayed at the Dental School and completed his advanced specialty training in Prosthodontics in 1985.
Dr. Boenning has demonstrated a unique ability to balance the creative and technical sides of dentistry. His skills in painting and photography have given him a keen eye for composition and the ability to visualize and create beautiful new smiles for his patients.
These beautiful smiles, along with his expertise in the latest techniques, have earned him a reputation as one of the most respected dentists in the greater Maryland area. His efforts have not been overlooked, having been named among the “Best Dentists in America” and repeatedly recognized locally by his fellow dentists in Baltimore magazine as a “Top Prosthodontist.”
Dr. Boenning is a member of the American Dental Association, the American College of Prosthodontists, the Academy of Osseointegration, the prestigious American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Dr. Boenning is a board member of the American Heart Association in Baltimore.
Dr. Boenning also teaches at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. When it comes to each procedure, he is the consummate perfectionist. He even uses a surgical operating microscope for all restorative procedures to ensure the most accurate and precise results.