Eugene L. Antenucci, DDS, FAGD
Full Name Eugene L. Antenucci, DDS, FAGD
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Dr. Eugene Antenucci has devoted hundreds of hours to learning the most advanced techniques in dentistry in order to provide his patients with the best dental care available. In the process, he has created one of the most well respected dental practices not only in Long Island, but throughout the United States. A graduate of New York University College of Dentistry (1983), Dr. Antenucci has been awarded fellowships at the Academy of General Dentistry (1992), the American College of Dentists (1999), and the International College of Dentists (2005). He has served as a Clinical Instructor at New York University College of Dentistry in the Department of Prosthodontics and Occlusion (1989 – 2004), and as an Assistant Clinical Professor at the School of Dental Medicine at Stony Brook University (1995 – 2002) in the Department of General Dentistry. Currently, he is an Odyssey Laser Education Program instructor and a certified CEREC® basic and advanced training instructor and serves as an attending dentist at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center. Dr. Eugene Antenucci is a past president of the Suffolk County Dental Society, the New York State Academy of General Dentistry, and the New York State Academy of Laser Dentistry. He serves on the board of trustees of the New York State Academy of General Dentistry, and has served numerous times as a national delegate for both the Academy and the American Dental Association. He has worked with the Suffolk County Medical Examiner's Office on the TWA 800 disaster and with the New York City Medical Examiner's Office performing forensic dental services related to the attacks of September 11. He lectures internationally on integrating advanced dental technology into clinical care and conducts seminars in cosmetic dentistry and practice management.

Making Sense of Dental Technology: How Much Stuff Do We Really Need?

Dramatic advancements in both technology and the applications of these technologies are occurring at a pace so rapid that it is difficult for any practitioner to keep pace. There is not a single area of dentistry that has remained unaffected, to the point that what is being taught in dental schools across the country today (and not 5 or 10 years ago) does not at all resemble the world of possibilities that exist for practitioners.

This seminar aims to make sense of the newest dental technologies, and provide guidance to practitioners as to which technologies may or may not be applicable in their practices. The presentation is clinically based, providing sound strategies for selecting and implementing proper technologies, with the goals of improving patient care as well as the efficiency and bottom line of the practice.

Topics to be discussed include:
•Digital connections in dental practice - computers in the operatories and the paperless practice.
•Patient education, charting and treatment planning.
•Internet applications
•Intraoral and extraoral photography
•Computerized imaging
•Cone-beam imaging technologies
•Lasers in everday dental practice
•CAD-CAM Dentistry
•Metal-free dentistry
•Implant applications
•Diagnostic Technologies
•Implant software
•Diagnodent and caries detection
•Oral Cancer detection

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Making sense of dental technology
Making Sense of Dental Technology How Much Stuff Do We Really Need?