Spring is creeping up faster than ever! What better place to spend it than the coast of Florida learning with CMS…

Join us in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida for Dr. Olitsky's Anterior Aesthetics CE course!

A Live-Patient & ‘In the Operatory’ Florida CE Course

CMS educator Dr. Jason Olitsky is leading his spectacular course Anterior Aesthetics: Live in the Op on April 7th to 8th in Ponte Vedra Beach, FL. That means we’re only a month away from sandy beaches, sunshine, and gorgeous sea breezes. The course is chock full of clinical systems, valuable smile design techniques, and Dr. Olitsky’s clear cosmetic insight. And did we mention the beaches?

Beach Side Learning and Relaxation in Ponte Vedra Beach

When you’re not filling your mind to the brim with knowledge, we can bet we know where you’ll want to be. That’s why our first suggestion for what to do is pretty straightforward, but don’t let that stop you from exploring!

Head to the Beach

There’s really no bad time to take a walk on the beach or enjoy a book while lounging by the water. Whether it’s sunrise, sunset, dusk, dawn, or the middle of the day, you can’t go wrong. The Aesthetics course will be held at Sawgrass Marriott Golf Resort & Spa, which is only a hop and a skip from feeling cool sand beneath your feet.

Golf, Golf, and More Golf

Ponte Vedra Beach (and Florida in general) is a prime spot for the avid golf lover. Put on your finest polo and spend hours testing your dexterity outside of the dental office.

Soak Up Some History

About a thirty minute ride from the resort is historic St. Augustine, where you can discover a 17th century fortress and a delightful visitors district steeped in Spanish colonial stories.

Seafood and Pasta: The Perfect Pairing

Florida is a great place to try out seafood and in Ponte Vedra Beach one of the best spots for this is Restaurant Medure. They have a fantastic menu selection, handmade pasta, and seasonal ingredients.

What are you most looking forward to at our Anterior Aesthetics course? We’d love to hear from you in the comments!