Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Game Changers You Never Learned After Dental School

Marc M. Gottlieb, DDS


Dr. Marc M. Gottlieb is currently on staff at Stony Brook University Hospital and maintains a part-time private dental practice in Smithtown, NY. Dr. Gottlieb received his dental degree from the University At Buffalo School Of Dental Medicine. After graduation from dental school, Dr. Gottlieb completed a two-year post-graduate residency program at Long Island Jewish Medical Center. This unique opportunity provided advanced training in anesthesiology and all the specialties of dentistry. Dr. Gottlieb has been recognized as one of Dentistry’s Today’s Leaders in Continuing Education


According to ADA statistics, approximately 50% of dentists upon graduation from dental school continue to treat patients the same way throughout their careers. Very few programs provide the tools to treat the phobic and apprehensive real world patient. Game Changers You Never Learned in Dental School is designed for all levels of experience from the new dentist to the veteran about to retire. I will demonstrate though case studies how to easily manage a variety of difficult clinical situations you see every day and wish you were exposed to in school. The participant will also be exposed to real world Evidence Based Dentistry and how to apply it to your unique situation.

There is a better way to restore that tooth with a large class II or decay into the furcation. Ever wonder how to manage saliva and bleeding? Yes, you can bond and match that one central incisor and much more.


Upon completion of the program, participants will be able to:

  • understand how to manage the apprehensive, phobic and medically compromised patient;
  • be introduced to Evidence Based Dentistry;
  • learn how to control and manage saliva and bleeding with medications and chemistry;
  • be able to manage post-op pain with Steroids and reduce the complications associated with NSAIDs and Opioids;
  • be able to offer out of the box solutions to difficult everyday problems, and
  • learn something new.
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