DPC Technology and Patterson Veterinary presents: Protecting Your Veterinary Practice in Today’s Digital World
DPC Technology, a premiere IT managed service provider in Florida and a Patterson Preferred Hardware Provider, invites you to join them at their DPC Technology Center on February 27th, 2018 from 6 pm – 8 pm for an educational and engaging seminar & dinner. Patterson Veterinary Territory Managers, Rachel Noell and Kathleen Burdick will be present to answer any of your questions and Dez Merrow, Technology and Integration Consultant at DPC Technology will discuss the following topics:
- Identify different types of IT services
- Discover how DPC can assist your practice and staff
- Educate your staff on how to identify the latest threats and why security is not just about HIPAA
- 12+ years of IT Experience
- 7 years designing & installing technology networks
- 5+ years continuing design networks & integrating practice management software & digital imaging technology
“My goal is to make your technology decisions easy and to help you find the solutions that work best for your veterinary practice.” – Dez Merrow
RSVP Today as seating is limited!
Directions to DPC Technology: 7845 Baymeadows Way, Jacksonville, FL 32256, USA
We are located in a 1-story, standalone building with a our “DPC” logo on a green neon sign on the front of the building.
Paige Johnsen, Marketing Director, DPC Technology: firstname.lastname@example.org
Making Tomorrow’s Technology Work for You Today!
Please join us at our March 2nd event where Dez Merrow discusses the latest technology trends and how these devices, when implemented correctly, can create a more efficient, productive, and patient or client-friendly experience.
Topics covered include:
- Methods of delivering entertainment and educational programming to your patients in the reception room and treatment areas
- The how’s and why’s of internal and guest Wi-Fi access
- VOIP phone systems vs traditional phones – integration, productivity, AND cost savings
- iPads and Tablets – when and how to use them
- Cloud Computing – are you ready for it? Which one should you choose? Pros and Cons.
- Introducing Enlive Paperless Solutions – how it works, integration with common practice software & all the benefits
We Look Forward to Seeing You There!
This course will cover predictable techniques to improve the practitioner’s ability to atraumatically remove teeth with less stress to the doctor, and less post op discomfort, edema and destruction to the alveolar ridge. This intermediate-level seminar will teeth attendees important principles of hard tissue management and socket preservation. Curriculum will focus on implant site preparation, key factors of successfully preserving the extraction socket, grafting and graft materials.
This course was designed for dentists who already place dental implants and want to take on more advanced techniques with cases. All course materials are included and lecture and participation will be awarded.
- Introduction to ridge preservation
- How to incorporate bone grafting in your practice
- Atraumatic extraction technique
- Single tooth vs. multiple teeth
- Flap management
- Periotomes vs. handpiece
- Immediate Implant Placement
- Indication & Contraindication
- Biologic Width
- Osteotomy Preparation
- Introduction to bone grafting materials (bone and membrane)
- Types of graft material available
- Types of membranes available
- How these materials work and when to use them
- Primary vs. secondary closure
- Types of sutures available
- Oral Surgery Complications
- Bleeding management
- Buccal plate fractures
- Sinus perforations
Upon completion of this course participants will be able to:
- Explain the rationale for socket preservation
- Determine indications for socket preservation
- Establish criteria for optimal selection of graft and barrier material
- Describe the advantages of immediate implant placement in fresh extraction sockets
- Formulate a treatment plan that is conducive to immediate placement
Florida Mission of Mercy (FLA-MOM) is a large-scale, two-day, professional dental clinic that provides care to any patient at no cost to them, with the goal of serving the underserved and uninsured in Florida — those who would otherwise go without care.
Thanks to you, the 2017 Pensacola #FLAMOM treated 1,767 patients and provided more than $1.69 million in donated care March 24-25, 2017!
The next FLA-MOM event will be held March 9-10, 2018 at Lee Civic Center in Ft. Myers. With a goal of treating 2,000 patients,FLA-MOM seeks to have a positive impact on Southwest Florida by relieving pain and infection, restoring dignity and creating smiles.