Daniel H. Ward, DDS, FAGD
Full Name Daniel H. Ward, DDS, FAGD
Office address 1080 Polaris Pkwy Ste 130
Columbus, OH 43240-6035
Phone (614) 430-8990
Fax (614) 430-8995
Available Topic(s) "Selecting and Mastering Materials for Today's Economic Environment"

(Half-day lecture; half-day hands-on workshop available)

Learning Objectives:
• Learn how to place comfortable tooth-colored restorations
• Develop the skills to achieve predictable, reliable Class II interproximal contacts
• Understand the rationale for selecting Class V restorative materials
• Manage patients with rampant decay
• Become acquainted with the many types of direct tooth-colored restoration
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Dr. Daniel H. Ward is an Assistant Clinical Professor at The Ohio State University and in private practice in Columbus, OH. He is a fellow in the American College of Dentists, fellow of the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, fellow in the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and a fellow in the Academy of General Dentistry.

Dr. Ward serves as editor of the ASDA Journal. He has published articles in numerous peer-reviewed journals and authored the “Test Yourself” columns published in Esthetic Dentistry Update. Dr. Ward has lectured nationally as well as internationally and has been invited to present to the annual meetings of the Academy of General Dentistry, the American Society for Dental Aesthetics, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry as well as various international Congress meetings.

Dr. Ward has published about smile design, posterior composites, and digital dental photography. He has developed an innovative computerized method of smile design called the RED Proportion. An innovative pioneer, Dr. Ward combines theory with practical real world experience.

"Selecting and Mastering Materials for Today's Economic Environment"

(Half-day lecture; half-day hands-on workshop available)
In today’s economy the demand for direct restorations has dramatically increased. Patients are demanding options which are more affordable, yet esthetic. Many new tooth-colored restorative materials have been designed for optimized physical and optical qualities. However, no single material universally satisfies the needs of our patients. The astute clinician must be knowledgeable about all the available materials when treatment planning and understand the techniques necessary to produce consistent results. This course is an excellent way to update your treatment skills and increase your skills in placing direct tooth-colored restorations.

Learning Objectives:
• Learn how to place comfortable tooth-colored restorations
• Develop the skills to achieve predictable, reliable Class II interproximal contacts
• Understand the rationale for selecting Class V restorative materials
• Manage patients with rampant decay
• Become acquainted with the many types of direct tooth-colored restorations

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