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#docswhorock – Anterior Aesthetics Over-the-Shoulder

Dr. Jason Olitsky wowed participants at the Anterior Aesthetics Live course in Englewood Cliffs, NJ. During this two day over-the-shoulder experience Dr. Olitsky taught participants the importance of prep design, material selection, and efficient clinical systems to reduce chair time while improving patient satisfaction. As part of this over-the-shoulder course, participants were able to witness two invaluable patient demonstrations of preparation, provisionalization and cementation. Gorgeous ceramic artistry was completed by Gold Dust Dental Lab.

There is no  substitute for learning from the masters in aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry, on live patients. Check out our next course June 5, 6th in Ponte Vedra, FL … attendance is limited. Don’t miss out! Call today 480.489.5551 to register.

AA prep patient 2014

AA cementation patient 2014

This unbeatable over-the-shoulder experience took place at the Vizstara facility, described by attendee Giselle Padilla as, “A beautiful location with a great use of technology that allowed for every participant to see as if they were looking through loupes.”

Dr. Glenn Vo was also in attendance with nothing but praise for Dr. Olitsky:

“. . . One of the best aesthetic courses I have ever taken. From excellent didactic information to an actual over-the-shoulder component, this course had everything. . . The ‘over-the-shoulder’ component is where this course went to an entire different level from other courses.  On day one, Dr. Olitsky prepped a 10 unit veneer case and finished with the cementation of provisionals.  The next day he cemented 8 units of veneers and restored two other units directly with composites.  He performed all this work with our entire class huddled around him while asking questions.  That in itself was amazing.” 


Clinical Mastery Series aims to provide dental continuing education experiences unlike any other, every time. This past weekend in New Jersey, Dr. John Nosti completed the second half of a complex, two part full mouth rehabilitation case. If you missed part one, click here, and make sure to check back soon for part two!

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