What makes some dentists excel and rise to the very top in their field of expertise? One vital factor is commitment. Having provided superior dental care for Bloomington MN residents for years, it’s this commitment that’s made Dr. Isaacson and his team at Point Family Dentistry & Orthodontics a patient favorite among other dentists. It’s the commitment to each patient and his or her unique dental needs. This includes utilizing the most effective, up-to-date training and dental options, providing it with skill, compassion and precision.
To continue their commitment to superior patient care, Dr. Isaacson, along with members of his team, will be attending Core II in Las Vegas on May 16-18, 2012. This highly regarded program at the prestigious Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Studies (LVI) offers hands-on training and personal experience in the management of a Neuromuscular Orthotic.
Neuromuscular Dentistry can help alleviate TMJ symptoms such as headaches, neck and shoulder pain, jaw pain, clicking or popping in the jaw and tinnitus (ringing in the ears). Dr. Isaacson is already highly knowledgeable and skilled in this area, but this premier training program will heighten that expertise as it concentrates on developing a critical eye for aesthetic excellence, as well as completing the foundation to help patients enjoy a life free of pain and physiologic compromises.
This training provides the opportunity to view and help diagnose hundreds of restorative units through interaction with other attendees. This superior hands-on training equates to a higher level of understanding and ability to diagnose patients’ neuromuscular conditions and treat them appropriately and effectively.
The best dentist in Bloomington is getting even better. For all your dental needs, including any neuromuscular concerns you may have, contact the highly qualified experts at Point Family Dentistry & Orthodontics. Their commitment to providing the best dental care in Bloomington MN means that your oral health is in good hands with Dr. Isaacson.