Dr. Jeff Bynum graduated from the University of Tennessee College of Dentistry in 1996 and moved back to his home state of Florida where he lives with his wife and three children and maintains a private practice outside of Tampa, FL.
Throughout his career, Dr. Bynum has remained dedicated to continually educating himself and educating his peers. He has completed numerous courses and continuums in surgical, restorative and cosmetic dentistry and has become a Clinical Instructor for several prominent post-graduate dental educational institutions notably, the Kois Center and the Ickert Teaching Centre.
Within the Kois Center tribe, Dr. Bynum has contributed as a Mentor, Clinical Instructor, Membership Committee member, Exam Committee member, Exam Committee Chairman, Advisory Board member, and BioMechanics Course Facilitator.
Dr. Bynum is also a graduate of the Misch International Implant Institute and became a fellow in the International Congress of Oral Implantology. He maintains active memberships in the ADA, AACD, AGD.
Dr. Bynum is currently the Chief Clinical Director for InstaRisa Technologies, and teaches digital workflow, surgical techniques and 3D facial scanning, along with his friend, fellow Kois Center Clinical Instructor, and business partner Dr. Art Mirelez.
The InstaRisa Digital Workflow Course is a unique program designed to empower and enlighten every participant and inspire confidence in the utilization of 3 Dimensional Facial Scanning to aid in diagnosis and treatment planning with predictable outcomes. Starting with facially generated treatment planning the InstaRisa team builds a philosophy and systems that incorporate many of the aspects of dentistry that you already know, then develops, through research, evidence, and proven clinical techniques, the Digital Workflows that allow for a Diagnostically Driven Treatment Planning concept using a facially generated and 3 Dimensional approach. Be prepared to confidently implement the skills and concepts for predictable management of patients immediately following the course… or as we are fond of saying, “you can take this home and do this yourself, Monday morning.”