BECOME A FACULTY MEMBER
Qualifications for becoming a faculty member of the PAC
The PAC requires all faculty members to meet the following criteria:
• Seven years or more dental experience
• Twelve (12) or more completed smile designs
• Complete or audit the PAC Typodont Program – Level I
• Complete Levels II and III of the PAC Live Patient, Hands on Course, Levels IV and V of the PAC Live, Patient Hands-on Course with a Patient, and Audited Levels VI of the PAC Live Patient, Hands-on Course without a patient as a Proctor Instructor plus pass on PAC Instructor Evaluation on the PAC teaching and clinical philosophy, or
• Completed at least one post-graduate accredited hands on Core dental program such as Rosenthal Institute, at LVI, Kois Track Courses or Pankey’s Essentials Courses and attend the PAC Level IV with a patient and audit level V as a Proctor and pass clinical review PAC Instructor evaluation through demonstration of the PAC teaching and clinical philosophy.
• Support the philosophy of the PAC by engaging with the PAC laboratory facilitators by maintaining a minimum monthly laboratory crown, bridge, and implant work of at least 50 percent of the faculty’s dental practice lab outsourcing with one of the PAC Laboratory Facilitators.
• Does not teach with a competing dental laboratory.
• Have signed a PAC confidentially agreement
Faculty responsibilities may also include:
• Serving as a speaker when needed at educational programs in their specified region
• Provide support to other dental professionals, including those who are PAC Certified Members or non-paid affiliate PAC members
• Hosting, attending or supporting a minimum of four (4) or all six (6) study group sessions per year in their specified region
• Discuss with seminar attendees matters relating to service providers of the PAC and products and services as they relate to patient needs.
• Be available by phone, email, or fax to answer questions of PAC members and students
• Use his or her best efforts to (i) acquire for the PAC and its affiliates; business leads and contacts from sessions, (ii) advise and mentor sessions participants, (iii) assist the PAC. with development of session topics, (iv) provide feedback in a form reasonably requested by the PAC, following each event where Instructor is a speaker concerning the content, planning and outcome of the session, and (v) otherwise assist the PAC. with post-session follow-up efforts
• At sessions and educational events not conducted or sponsored by the PAC where the Instructor is a speaker and where the subject matter presented may include developments in comprehensive restorative dentistry, factors to consider in selecting and using a professional service providers, or techniques, products and ideas relating to comprehensive restorative dentistry , Instructor shall include professionally appropriate references to the PAC and its products and services, shall indicate that the PAC. and its facilitating laboratory is the Instructor’s preferred laboratory, and shall not promote any product or service that competes with those of the PAC while acting as an Instructor