Dental Practice Solutions

Optimize your dental hygiene department by taking an integrated, team approach

  • Do you feel like you are working hard and your production is not increasing?
  • Do you feel like your hygiene department is under performing?
  • Is your hygiene department producing 25-30% of your total production?
  • Are hygienists in your office treating bloody prophys?
  • Does your hygiene department help enroll implant cases and high-end treatment?
  • Do you have one or more holes in your schedule daily?

I am so happy that you are here because we have answers and solutions to your challenges.

Dental Practice Solutions - Debbie Bittke


Unleash Your Hygiene Department : Your Secret Weapon

Event Date: March 13, 2020
Location: Trojan Dental Professional Services, 4410 West Cerritos Avenue, Los Alamitos, CA 90720
Time: 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM PDT

ICOI Winter Implant Symposium 2020

A Team Approach to Power Up Your Implant Case Acceptance
Event Date: February 28, 2020
Location: Marriott Marquis Houston (1777 Walker Street, Houston, TX 77010)
Time: 1:00 p.m. on Thursday and will run through until Saturday afternoon

Oregon Dental Association Annual Meeting

Event Date: April 3 & 4, 2020
Location: Portland Oregon Convention Center

CDA Presents Anaheim

Event Date: April 3 & 4, 2020
Location: Anaheim Convention Center

American Dental Association Annual Session

Event Date: October 15 – 17, 2020
Location: Orlando Florida Convention Center

For your next dental meeting please consider Debbie Seidel-Bittke, RDH, BS


You can also call us: 949-351-8741 or Email:


During the 21st century, research and technology in periodontics has created exciting changes in the responsibilities of hygienists.  New technology is available for dental hygienists to optimize patient care.  Clinical excellence must be merged with a profitable hygiene department.  With the increased costs to run a quality practice with excellent service, receiving a deserved and healthy profit from your practice is more essential today than ever before.

Today’s dental practice allows patients to attain the highest level of dental health which will lead to a longer, healthier life.

Course Options:

Half-day course can be customized for 2.5 hours, 3 hours or 4 hours.

All-day course can be customized for 6 hours or 8 hours and includes break-out session.



  • Participants will update their perio protocol using the latest Gingivitis Patient information.
  • Present treatment elegantly during the hygiene appointment.
  • Same Day Services
  • Learn how the entire team can overcome patient obstacles to pay and schedule necessary and elective treatment.

How do you keep your schedule full and your patients returning to your dental office? If this is a daily challenge, you’re not alone! This seems to be a pandemic, as dental practices worldwide have this same challenge. If you keep doing the same thing and never seem to get different results, you need to learn the five steps you can take to stop the hemorrhaging now.

Course Options:

Course outline is 2 to 3 hours.



  • learn what holes in the schedule are costing the practice.
  • recognize the causes of the hemorrhage.
  • Identify the best system to keep your schedule healthy.
  • learn the most valuable asset for a healthy schedule.

Oral disease relates to our total health, or lack of health.

Let’s challenge the fact that the plaque and inflammation in the mouth may contribute to other systemic diseases.

Plaque and inflammatory markers in our mouth are also found in the arteries of our body.  These inflammatory markers are now showing up in patients with prostate cancer and Alzheimer’s disease, not only patients who have a heart attack, stroke and diabetes.

The future of dentistry will continue to promote total health, not disease; let’s explore how we can conquer this disease process.

Course Options:

Half-day course can be customized for 2.5 hours, 3 hours or 4 hours.

All-day course can be customized for 6 hours or 8 hours and includes break-out session.



  • Understand the role of oral infections and general health
  • Learn how to inform patients about the association between oral infections and their total health
  • Learn how to translate the science into action items that will conquer the disease process
  • How to engage your medical community in preventing disease

Dental Professionals see it every day as they look in patients mouth. It’s red, it’s shiny and it is called blood.

Hygienists must complete a comprehensive periodontal exam annually and many of these patients will have bleeding upon probing.

What does a hygienist do when their patient presents with bleeding gums and inflammation but no radiographic bone loss?

How is this sequence of treatment different than your treatment plan for a periodontal patient?

During this course you will learn why moderate to severe gingival inflammation and bleeding gums are not a sign of health. We will discuss the latest treatment modalities for patients with oral inflammation and why you must have a plan to put a halt to inflammation.

Register for this course and join the tribe of dental professionals who are putting a halt to disease.

Find out what bloods got to do with it.

Course Objectives:

  • Learn how oral health affects systemic health
  • Learn the difference between the 4 stages of gingival health or disease and the sequence of treatment for each stage
  • Learn the dental professionals role in disease prevention


**Course is excellent for 2 hours but can be adjusted and added to accommodate a 3 hour course.**