Dr Lane Ochi has presented at national and international audiences on the topic of aesthetic restorative dentistry and occlusion.
Lane M. Ochi D.D.S., F.A.C.D., F.I.C.D., graduated with honors from the University of Southern California in 1981, where he received the Robert W. McNulty Memorial Award for the highest scholastic achievement. He has been elected to membership in Alpha Tau Epsilon - U.S.C. Dental School Honor Society, Phi Kappa Phi - National Society of Scholars, Omicron Kappa Upsilon - National Dental Honor Society, the Pierre Fauchard Academy - International Honor Dental Society, and he is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists and the International College of Dentists.
He is currently an Associate Clinical Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry, and was the Co-director of Occlusion at U.S.C. School of Dentistry. He is also an Assistant Director in the Advanced Restorative Institute Dental Education Center, and serves as a specialist consultant to the Graduate Prosthodontic Program at the Veterans Affairs Hospital in West Los Angeles.
He has lectured to national and international audiences on the subject of aesthetic restorative dentistry and occlusion. He was presented with the McCollum Award from the IAG that recognises those who have contributed significantly to the clinical application and educational advancement of occlusion internationally.
He has received multiple Commendations from the County of Los Angeles for his efforts to promote the health and wellbeing of underserved populations in his community.
Dr. Ochi maintains a full time private practice in Beverly Hills with an emphasis on physiologic and aesthetic reconstructive dentistry. His patients include Academy Award winners, former Miss America's, and some of the most recognised names in the entertainment business.
Each master dentist has a world-class reputation, and aim to inspire members around the globe to excel at all aspects of dentistry.
Legacy vs Modern Concepts
We cannot improve our outcomes if errors are made by us or in the laboratory, making group cooperation and communication mandatory. This presentation will take an honest and critical look at the issues that face both the dentist and our labs.