It is often the case that dentists have to sacrifice income to be excellent, or do work that they are not proud of in order to make money. 


It is not easy, but Dr Lincoln Harris and Dr Michael Melkers, despite living at opposite ends of the earth, have successfully built clinics where financial, clinical and personal satisfaction in dentistry are all in balance. 


Join them as they share with you the four (4) key steps to achieve balance in private practice. 


Course Information:

Topic: De-stressing Dentistry and Accelerating your Career
Achieving financial, clinical and personal satisfaction in dentistry

Speakers: Dr Lincoln Harris and Dr Michael Melkers

Date: Saturday, 12 November 2022

Location: Boston, MA

Time: 9am-5pm EDT

Cost: $400 USD per person

Key Learning Objectives:

Building or finding a good environment

Foundation of communication

Confident clinical skills

Treatment planning mastery

  • About Dr Lincoln Harris
    Dr Lincoln Harris is a figurehead in the global dental community, venerated for his vast clinical and business knowledge. He has dedicated hundreds of hours to ongoing training allowing him to keep up to date with the latest in technology, materials, and dental techniques. He is an in-demand teacher who has presented at international and domestic events for more than two decades.

    Dr Lincoln Harris grew up in the Bundaberg area and opened his own clinic, Harris Dental Boutique in 2002. He is also the CEO and Founding Director of RipeGlobal, the revolutionary company reinventing dental education globally. RipeGlobal uses technology to deliver the best education to help professionals expand their potential and be the best in their field. They are reinventing dental learning to be inclusive, immersive, accessible and effective.
  • About Dr Michael Melkers
    Dr Michael Melkers is an internationally acclaimed speaker who has presented across 5 continents on occlusion topics, communication and restorative dentistry.

    Dr Melkers is a 1994 graduate of Marquette University School of Dentistry and currently serves as Visiting Faculty at Rīga Stradiņš University & The Pankey Institute. He is also an Ad hoc reviewer for the Journal of Prosthetic Dentistry.

    In the past he has been Director of Occlusion & Aesthetic Dentistry at the Pacific Northwest AEGD Residency Program and Visiting Faculty at The Spear Institute. He just finished his tenure as Editor for American Equilibration Society and received the 2018 AES President's Distinguished Service Award.

    Dr Melkers is a Master of the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD). He attained Mastership from the AGD – an extensive and rigorous process only 3% of North American dentists have achieved - reflecting his passion for continuing advanced training.

    Dr Melkers is an administrator for RipeGlobal Restoring Implant Practice Excellence. He maintains a flourishing private practice in Hanover, The United States.
  • Can I get verified CPD?
    Yes - this lecture will be 7 hours of CPD.
  • Is this a LIVE event?
    Yes - this lecture will be a LIVE in-person lecture held in the heart of Boston.


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Dr Fauzia Khan - USA
Dentist

"So the experience of doing the hands-on course from my office has been one of the biggest benefits. Not only am I more relaxed because I'm in a known setting ... So it's been wonderful, not to mention the fact that I don't have to travel and stay in hotels and have all that other stuff with my busy life."

Dr Stefanie Hirt - Switzerland
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"The feedback process with the educators are very effective. There’s always someone there for me. If I had questions I could ask them and they’re answered immediately. I like that I could work with my own instruments, with my own machinery, with my own unit, with my own assistant. That gave me a lot of confidence in what I was doing."

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