Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
Upon completion of this CE webinar, attendees will
• understand the challenges of placing a direct light cured restoration and tips to improve their success
• understand how to get interproximal margins that are sealed
• be better able to attain the proper interproximal contacts
• be able to implement the knowledge into their clinical use with the system described
The forever staple in most dental practices, crown and bridge is facing a myriad of changes. New technologies such as lasers and digital impression devices are impacting day to day treatment and streamlining the patient experience. Zirconia and lithium disilicate have penetrated the market and newer bio active cements improve the predictability and long term results of these restorations. During this fast paced hour, we will touch on all of these topics and more. It will be a CE webinar you won't want to miss!
Conventional endodontic therapy is successful approximately 80-85% of the time. The presence of continued pain, drainage, mobility or an increasing size of a radiolucent area are some of the indications to treat the case surgically. This CE webinar will review the surgical access and approaches to the various regions of the oral cavity. Flap design and strategies to maximize outcomes including suturing techniques to reduce unfavorable esthetic outcomes. The management of local pain control for the surgical procedure will also be presented.
With the future of amalgam uncertain, the ability to place a direct posterior composite in an efficient and predictable manner is paramount. In this CE webinar, learn how to achieve outstanding results using the new bulk fill materials including low stress/low strain flowables, the first ceramic-based direct restorative material, plus tips on adhesive choices and matrix systems.
Dr. Mark Kleive will demonstrate how to efficiently fabricate esthetic provisional restorations with ease. This CE webinar will discuss faster setting, stronger temporary materials, and provide you with an overview on the various techniques used for impression taking, provisional fabrication, polishing and glazing, and cementation techniques.
Tooth sensitivity has plagued dentistry for as long as the study and science of oral healthcare has been around. Patients come into dental offices on a daily basis with complaints about discomfort and pain when they eat and drink and even when the weather turns chilly. In this CE webinar we will discuss teeth sensitivity and the causes of this dilemma. A discussion of desensitizers and the chemistry behind them will allow practitioners to better manage this common problem.
Scheduling challenges are different today than they were, and keeping the schedule full is requiring persistence as well as a fair amount of creativity. It’s time to make some changes to streamline your schedule and finally meet your goals. Learn how to fix your schedule, reduce stress and grow your bottom line.
In this CE webinar, we will discuss the trendy durable indirect esthetic materials featuring zirconia and lithium disilicate while focusing on clinical efficiency and long-term success by discussing the prep, cementation, bonding, and adjustments. CAD/CAM dentistry will be featured as well as clarification of luting materials emphasizing materials and protocol for maximum strength and clinical efficiency. “Universal” bonding agents will be discussed and when to use them in the luting protocol for long term durability. We will learn how to do it right the first time and to make the practice more enjoyable and efficient.
The cost of running a dental practice increases every year. Establishing a sound fee schedule allows you to be fair to your practice and improve care to your patients.
Learn what it takes to create a solid fee schedule that will boost your bottom line.
You recommend treatment to your patients, you think they’re ready to move forward with that treatment, and then you find out they’re not on the schedule. That means not only are your patients not getting the treatment they need, your practice isn’t meeting its full potential—and it’s costing you money. Learn steps to ensure that you and your team are all on the same page; thoroughly presenting treatment to the patient, not just introducing it and not making assumptions.
The language we use can have a huge impact on how the patient perceives the practice, the doctor and the service provided. Impressions are formed within seconds from the patient’s first call, to the dental assistant seating the patient, to the hygienist explaining what’s going to happen to the dentist establishing trust.
Learn how to make your first impression be the best it can be and preserving that WOW impression every time.