FREE TRAINING FOR GENERAL DENTISTS:
Tunnel Vision in Dentistry
– You Can’t Diagnose What You Don’t Allow Yourself To See!
Featuring Dr. Vinay Bhide DDS, MSc (Perio), FRCDC
Moderated by Sonia Chopra, DDS
Earn 1 CE when you attend this live, virtual training
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2022, 8:30PM EST
In this free, virtual training, you will…
Learn the most common causes of misdiagnosis in dentistry (and how to avoid them).
Discuss the impact of accurate diagnoses in your practice and in the life and health of your patients.
Review cases where misdiagnosis has occurred, the implications, and how to set things right when it happens.
What is the impact of a misdiagnosis?
Let’s be honest: misdiagnosis happens across the entire medical field. Every dentist is human, and no human is perfect. But that doesn’t make misdiagnosis okay. You’re committed to doing right by your patients and avoiding as many missteps as possible. That’s why you clicked on this page!
Why do misdiagnoses happen? There’s a bunch of reasons, but sometimes our tunnel vision is what gets in the way.
Tunnel vision means falling into mindless routines, leaning on assumptions, and failing to consider the whole range of possibilities. Tunnel vision happens when we get too comfortable and stop thinking critically.
The problem is, tunnel vision negatively impacts our practice and our patients. Because after all, proper care starts with proper diagnosis. And the diagnoses that happen in our offices can save teeth and save lives (because life threatening illnesses like leukemia, HIV, and heart disease can all be glimpsed first by dentists).
This training by my colleague, the super-smart periodontist Dr. Bhide, is all about avoiding tunnel vision, reducing misdiagnosis, and improving the health of our patients. I’m thrilled to present this CE lecture, because I believe perio and endo go together like PB&J!
Meet Your Instructors…
Dr. Vinay Bhide, Presenter
Dr. Vinay Bhide is a board-certified periodontist who provides the full scope of surgical periodontal and dental implant therapy with a special interest in esthetic and reconstructive periodontics.
He earned his DDS from the University of Toronto in 2001, completing a one-year internship at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto. He later completed his Master of Science and specialty training in Periodontology at the University of Toronto.
Dr. Bhide is an Examiner and Fellow of the Royal College of Dentists of Canada and Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. In addition to private practice, Dr. Bhide is a clinical instructor in the Department of Periodontics at the University of Toronto where he engages in didactic and clinical teaching of periodontics at both undergraduate and post-graduate levels. He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Periodontics at UPenn. He has lectured nationally and internationally and published on various topics related to dentistry.
Dr. Sonia Chopra, Moderator
Dr. Chopra has dedicated her career to saving teeth. She is a Board-Certified endodontist and founder of E-School: Everyday Endo Made Easy. She is a practicing endodontist with over a decade of experience and her own practice in Charlotte, North Carolina.
She decided to become an endodontist after discovering firsthand, as a dental patient, the importance of this work.
Dr. Chopra has taught hundreds of dentists how to hone their endodontic skills, both by teaching dental residents and through her signature endodontic continuing education program, E-School.
She is passionate about giving teeth a chance, and she loves nothing more than supporting dentists with their professional development.
She has experienced misdiagnosis firsthand as a patient and understands the pain it can lead to (for everyone involved). For this reason, she is so excited to introduce you to Dr. Bhide.
Tunnel Vision in Dentistry—You Can’t Diagnose What You Don’t Allow Yourself To See!
Presented by Dr. Vinay Bhide DDS, MSc (Perio), FRCDC and moderated by Sonia Chopra, DDS