The Aesthetics and Implications of Teeth Whitening


SPEAKER: Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA

DATE: Wednesday, April 3rd – 1:30 pm to 4:30 pm


Shannon Pace Brinker, CDA

Shannon Pace Brinker is a national and international speaker, published author and practicing dental assistant for over 30 years. She has published over 200 articles in regard to Clinical Application and taught thousands of dental assistants across the US and Canada. She has her own publication for dental assistants “From Our Side Of The Chair” ®. She has started one of the first online platforms designated for dental assistants called the Academy of Chairside Assisting®.

Shannon and her team of dental assistant trainers have taught over 60,000 dental assistants over the last six years on clinical application for the dental assistant. Shannon has taught at the Nash Institute, Dawson Academy, and Spear Education, instructing through both lectures and hands-on programs.

Shannon has a column in Dental Product Report for team evaluation of dental products and materials.

Shannon has an impressive list of awards and accolades. A few are noted below:

Course Description

Achieving whiter, brighter, and healthier teeth is not only important for a beautiful smile, but it also plays a significant role in boosting oral hygiene and enhancing self-confidence. Dental practices strive to fulfill the desire for a dazzling white smile, and this course aims to provide practical techniques for both in-office and take-home whitening procedures. By understanding every aspect of the procedure, dental professionals will be equipped to meet the demands of their patients.

Throughout this course, participants will learn:

• The indications and contradictions for various types of whitening, including in-office treatments, custom tray methods, and pre-filled whitening strips.
• How to conduct a thorough whitening consultation and determine which procedure is suitable for everyone.
• The business aspect of whitening and how it can benefit dental practices.
• The importance of digital photography and recording in documenting the results of whitening treatments.

This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by