Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
With over 7 generations of bonding agents and dozen of luting agents available in the market, it makes it a daunting task for a restorative dentist to decide which one to use and why. In this CE webinar, the complexity of this adhesion process will be simplified and will enable you to make successful post and core restorations.
Physicians make recommendations for heart disease based on risk factors. Dental professionals using risk assessment for caries infections are performing a similar function. This CE webinar will provide the scientific basis behind current caries philosophy taught at many dental schools.
When time and cost impact your infection control decisions, safety for clinicians and patients should not be compromised. This CE webinar explores time and cost-efficient infection control options to manage clinical surfaces, equipment and supplies. Create a culture of safety in your office, without creating a "culture of slow"!
Have you heard patient exchanges similar to the following: “Mr. Collins would you like to schedule that crown appointment now?” “No, I’ll give you a call when I’m ready.” Or maybe the typical exchange is more like this: “Hello Carol, this is Marlene from Dr. Thomas’s office. Will you be able to make your appointment Tuesday?” “No, I’m sorry, I have a conflict. I’ll let you know when my schedule frees up.” You may hear variations on all of the above, but one thing will be consistent – the negative impact each exchange has on the profitability of your practice. Learn the best scripts that use the best words, phrases and questions to prompt patients to respond the way you want.
Part of the Alvetro Practice Management Series
Although the number of new patients is an important metric for an orthodontic practice, focusing on this alone can overlook many opportunities for growth and improvement. Learn techniques to make your practice the best it can be by using Dr. Lisa Alvetro's approach to scheduling, staffing and organizational management.
This CE webinar is designed to show highly efficient and predictable techniques using the latest bonding agents and composite resins to help the restorative dentist provide their patients with the best restorations possible in the least amount of time.
In this CE webinar, students will understand the new changing business environment, new ways parents and patients make decisions given the wealth of information online, and ways to build a positive online reputation while protecting it from the inevitable negative patient reviews.
In this CE webinar, Dr. Priest will demonstrate a simple chairside technique that does not require surgical indexing. With images and videos, he will illustrate the use of two composite resin materials with provisional implant components to quickly create an optimally contoured and durable interim restoration.
Are you considering updating your evacuation lines? Are you aware of what to look for in a cleaner? What about that amalgam separator - what is needed to prevent mercury leaching out with certain cleaners? All of these questions and more will be answered in this CE webinar. If you own or work with an evacuation system, you and your team need to be present!
In the last 4 years, there have been major advances in composite technology in relation to color matching, blending, shade-taking & layering techniques. This CE webinar will illustrate these new technologies and demonstrate how they can be easily implemented to dramatically improve anterior & posterior direct restorations for your patients, while simplifying your technique and time.
From anesthetizing a single tooth to the entire quadrant, what techniques and agents can be used to achieve quality anesthesia in the maxilla? This CE webinar will review the specific techniques, from simple infiltrations to intraligamentary (PDL) and intraosseous techniques, through regional blocks such as the infraorbital, AMSA, and ASA, and complete maxillary division nerve blocks. Recommendations for selection of anesthetic agents based upon the currently available evidence will also be discussed.
A successful practice model focuses on connecting with the patient. When it comes to diagnosis and clinical findings, it's important to have the patient co-discover the technical findings in a way that they truly understand. This builds trust, helps with case acceptance and creates a loyal patient. In this CE webinar, you will learn how two devices, using fluorescence technology, can be used to accomplish this goal and how this approach can set your office apart from others.
Rolling eyes, snide comments, poor attitudes, staff conflict bubbles to the surface in many different and often subtle ways. It’s easy to ignore these undercurrents of discontent and pretend they don’t really affect you. Look the other direction and maybe the problem will just drift away. Such wishful thinking is certainly comforting until reality kicks: lost productivity, absenteeism, increased cancellations, lower treatment acceptance, costly mistakes, etc. Learn 8 steps to conquer conflict and get back on track.
Non-scrub technique has long been held as the standard for safe instrument processing. Contaminated sharps represent a potential hazard to the healthcare provider as well as patients. This CE webinar will overview the mandates from OSHA and state regulations regarding instrument processing. In addition, the latest innovations in contaminated instrument management will be presented.
In this CE webinar, Dr. Beyza Kircelli reviews options for lingual class II treatment. She shares successful esthetic and compliance-free treatment results with the recently introduced Incognito™ System for Forsus™ Fatigue Resistant Device, which includes a new lower labial attachment.
Continuing his exploration of the Unitek™ Temporary Anchorage Device System, Dr. Moe Razavi describes the use of indirect anchorage to protract posterior dental segments in both the maxillary and mandibular arches. Specifically, he presents how to utilize a combined TransPalatal Arch (TPA) / TAD system to protract maxillary posterior segments in canine substitution cases, as well as protraction of mandibular molars using indirect anchorage to close the space of congenitally missing second premolar teeth.
All day, every day in the dental practice, teams are looking for signs.; signs of tooth decay, signs of infection, signs that it’s going to be a calm day or a hectic day. They look for signs that the schedule is going to blow open a great big hole because Mrs. Jones is 15-minutes late for her crown prep. They are so focused on monitoring the signs of the day they seldom take time to consider that those daily struggles, frustrations, and challenges are vital signs that key practice systems are struggling. Do your practice’s vital signs indicate healthy or sickly systems? Find out in this