Catapult Education™ Speakers Bureau

Ron Kaminer, DDS

General Dentist
 New York, USA

Lecture Topics
  • Dental Hygiene
  • Dental Technology
  • Restorative Dentistry

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About Dr. Kaminer

Dr. Ron Kaminer is a 1990 SUNY Buffalo School of Dental Medicine graduate. Dr. Kaminer has always been passionate about technology and was one of the first 100 dentists in the country to include a hard tissue dental laser in his practice.

Over the years Dr. Kaminer has taught thousands of dentists worldwide about dental lasers, technology, and minimally invasive dentistry. He sits on the board of Catapult Education, is a frequent contributor to Mentor magazine, sits on the editorial board of Dental Product Shopper, and acts as a clinical consultant to numerous dental manufacturers.

While doing all of the above, Dr. Kaminer practices full-time in both his Hewlett and Oceanside NY offices, focusing on minimally invasive and digital dentistry. He is a fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry, a member of the American Dental Association, a member of the Academy of Laser Dentistry, and a board member and speaker for Catapult Education's Speakers Bureau.
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Honors and Achievements

American Dental Association

Academy of General Dentistry


Academy of Laser Dentistry
Catapult Education
Board Member
Speaker Bureau Member

Dental Product Shopper
Editorial Board Member

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Techno Savvy or Techno Crazy, You Be the Judge!

Just like the rest of the world around us, dentistry has always been inundated with technology. As a dentist who loves and believes in technology, I have made many mistakes over the years. Yet with every mistake came a lesson that allowed me to become a smarter and savvier buyer. Even during the heart of the pandemic we added new technology to keep our patients comfortable.Join us as we learn about some of the most current technologies in the dental space and delineate a step by step approach to implementation into the everyday work flow. We will discuss every aspect of return on investment and allow each and every attendee to have some hands on time with some new technologies.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Complete Diagnostics – Why a CBCT may be right for your practice
  • Caries Detection Devices – Do I need them or are they a waste of money?
  • Seeing Is Believing – An introduction to Smartmirror technology
  • Keeping Our Patients Extra Safe – New sterilization protocols for every practice
  • Speeding Things Up – Why you should invest in electric handpieces
  • Dental Lasers – Separating the truth from the hype
  • Scanners, Mills, and More – Should we or shouldn't we?
  • Patient Communication – How a simple technology can change everything
  • …Plus a whole lot more!

Lasing is Amazing!

While dental lasers have been around for many years, recently they have become a hot topic, piquing the interest of many dentists and hygienists. Finding a laser that fits in your practice takes education, and this program will do just that.

Learning Objectives: 
  • Minimally invasive dentistry: how and why?
  • History of dental lasers
  • The science of laser dentistry
  • Types of lasers in dentistry today
  • Applications of hard tissue lasers in everyday practice
  • Applications of soft tissue lasers in everyday practice
  • Supercharging the hygiene department (how your hygienist can produce like he/she never has)
  • Minimally invasive periodontics
  • Chemotherapuetics – Are all toothpastes and mouthwashes the same?
  • Applications of dental lasers in aesthetics
  • What else can I do with a laser?
  • The future of laser dentistry
  • Which laser is right for me?
  • Calculating return of investment with dental lasers.

“The Program”: Minimally Invasive Dentistry as It Relates to All Specialties

Minimally invasive dentistry is not just about small beautiful fillings. This program will cover MID as it relates to all aspects of Dentistry. WARNING! This course will energize you and change the way you practice forever.

Learning Objectives:
  • Cariology and the new philosophy
  • Ok, operative dentistry: How can we not cover it
  • Silver fluoride: Why this may be the hottest thing to hit dentistry in years
  • Minimally invasive periodontics: Treat more, refer less, and achieve outstanding results
  • Bone grafts that stay in place and actually work
  • Cements, bonding agents, and everything else you need in the arsenal
  • Tooth whitening: Introducing it for even the difficult cases
  • …Plus much, much more!

21st Century Minimally Invasive Dental Hygiene: Tips and Tricks for Maximum Production

Dental hygiene is changing rapidly with the focus being in the area of Minimally Invasive Dentistry (MID). This program will cover state of art concepts and techniques for the hygienist to ensure maximum clinical success.

Learning Objectives:
  • Cariology: What they didn’t teach you in dental and hygiene school
  • White spots: Predictable treatment techniques that lead to complete patient satisfaction
  • The high-tech clinical exam: Products and techniques to make the visit special
  • Demystifying dental radiology
  • A predictable technique for apprehensive patients
  • Oral cancer detection – current concepts that everyone must know
  • Get patients to say YES to non-surgical periodontal treatment
  • The Diode laser: The ins and outs… and why it is important to have at least one in every office
  • Tooth whitening: Are all products the same? How can I achieve success 100% of the time?

A Week in The Life of a Restorative Dentist: Updates in Direct and Indirect Restorative Dentistry

Day-to-day restorative dentistry is filled with a multitude of stressors and challenges. Regardless of where we practice or the type of practice, we all exhibit the same issues. Join us as we simplify every aspect of restorative dentistry, from diagnostics to direct and indirect restorative dentistry to communications skills and a productive hygiene department. This fun-filled, informational day will be chock full of practical information that can be immediately applied into practice.

Learning Objectives:
  • Diagnostically driven dentistry – The basics of any busy dental practice
  • Direct restorative dentistry – Materials and techniques for immediate implementation.
  • Indirect restorative dentistry – Current concepts in crown and bridge materials, cements, and everything in between
  • Digital dentistry – Do we need a scanner in today's practice?
  • Dental Lasers – Do you need them?
  • Productive dental hygiene – Achieving optimal health with current techniques
  • Communication skills – Getting patients to say YES!

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