Dental and Predental Students: Boost your confidence in your hand skills and visualization skills over winter break

Dec. 19, 2013

Improve your hand skills and visualization skills over winter break at DentSim Lab NYC.

Choose a 2-hour skills session from December 20 – January 17, 2013

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DentSim Lab NYC offers dental and predental students simulation technology to practice hand skills and visualization skills with a mannequin, plastic teeth and computer-assisted feedback in real-time. Practice cavity preparation with feedback at your pace, and at your level to enhance your psychomotor skills. Professors believe that a student’s performance improves when he or she can visualize the preparation in his or her mind. Also see: The Dental professional mindset: Are you thinking critically?

COURSE: Taking a mini course at the DentSim Lab NYC can improve the quality of the rest of your dental education.

What: Class to boost prep cutting skills with 3D & 2D visualization technology; assess long-axis and hand-piece positioning with clarity; see the buccal view of the tooth you are prepping magnified; start your prep in long axis; determine previously undetected errors. Burs and teeth provided.

Practice these skills with on-screen feedback:

• Drilling to depth

• Assess long axis

• Wall angles

• Outline shape

• Outline centralization

• Retention.

When: Students can sign up for two hour sessions over winter break between December 20, 2013 - January 17, 2014.

Where: DentSim Lab NYC, 19 West 34th St. (5th Ave.) Suite 804, New York, NY 10001.

Across the street from the Empire State Building. Convenient subway and train access, including PATH, Metro-North, and Amtrak services.

Please RSVP for more information on classes:

[email protected]
646-741-2103 ext. 702
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