Restorative Techniques, Smile Transformations and When Patients Are Too Scared to Get in the Chair
with Dr. Todd Fleischman and Dr. Mitchell Rubinstein
3 CE credit | AGD Code: 250 | Restorative
- Review the challenges in restoring teeth lost due to trauma
- Discuss a treatment planning system to max patient satisfaction
- Evaluate treatment limitations with respect to aesthetic challenges and hard tissue availability
- Celebrate restorative outcomes when working as a team
- Show the benefits of dental photog to improve clinical outcomes and communication with all involved
- Achieve excellent clinical results by minimizing your patient’s anxiety
- Learn the skills needed to prevent the fearful patient from ruining your restorative plan
- Identify restorative techniques to decrease your own stress and improve patient outcomes
- Dealing with their fear of the dreaded NEEDLE
Meet Your Instructor
Dr. Todd Fleischman
Dr. Todd Fleischman received his undergraduate education from NYU with a degree in psychology followed by his doctoral dental degree at Temple University. He completed a post-graduate AEGD residency program with the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Fleischman is an advocate for continuing education and has studied numerous dental curriculums including SPEAR Education in Scottsdale, Arizona and the Kois Center in Seattle, Washington. Since September of 2010 he has run a fee-for-service, general dental practice in the Rittenhouse Square area of Center City Philadelphia focusing on comprehensive and cosmetic care.
Dr. Mitchell Rubinstein
Mitchell Rubinstein is a general dentist practicing in New York City. He is the Education Director for the New York County Dental Society, and chairs the Technology Committee for the New York State Dental Association. He also serves on the Standards Committee for the A.D.A.
He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine in 1992, followed by a 2 year GPR at Montefiore Medical Center. From 1994-1998, he served as the dental director for the PSCH Clinic in Queens, NY providing dental care to people with developmental disabilities and Autism. In 1998, he went into practice full time with his father and mentor, Dr. Walter Rubinstein, and they practiced together until the senior Dr. Rubinstein’s retirement in 2015.