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Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to implement a successful Preventive Dentistry program that utilizes diagnostic capabilities, thereby providing early and conservative therapies with confidence. In addition, the many special circumstances that occur frequently in Pediatric Dentistry requiring the acquisition of radiographic images wherein CCD sensors are deemed impractical will be understood.
Extraction technique and using the right biologic materials to preserve sockets is a critical skill in modern dentistry. This CE webinar will review the instruments and materials used in socket preservation.
Have you found yourself wondering where have all the new patients gone? Have you noticed a change, and it’s killing your bottom-line? The trend is particularly troubling considering that the economy has been steadily improving. So if you can’t blame the economy, what is it? Someone or something is cutting new patients out of your practice. In this CE webinar, learn what keeps new patients interested, scheduling and staying.
The old saying a picture is worth a thousand words holds true today in digital Dentistry. Whether we are discussing digital radiography, caries detection or intra oral cameras, digital technology remains abound in the operatory. During this CE webinar we will discuss state of the art diagnostic modalities and tie them into patient care, with overall goal being a high level of care.
Providing clean, safe dental water is critical to implementing and maintaining effective infection control protocols. Challenges of basic equipment design and tubing contribute to the development of biofilm in dental unit waterlines. This CE webinar will include compliance with current guidelines related to microbiological water standards and protocol recommendations for best treatment of DUWL protocols to ensure patient and clinician safety.
The trend today in dental adhesion is towards the universal bonding agent. These materials can give great bonds to both dentin and enamel while being versatile, tolerant, and dependable while minimizing the adhesion confusion. In this CE webinar, we will look at current state of the art bonding systems and explore the role of the universal adhesive.
During this CE webinar, you will learn the value of using an intraoral camera in the mouth to enhance the new patient experience, increase the value of the continuing care appointment and catch subclinical problems.
This webinar is designed to provide an improved understanding of tooth and root morphology. It will discuss access cavity design and will emphasise that a well-designed access cavity facilitates location of the root canals. Once located, the initial steps in securing the canal prior to instrumentation will be examined. This will include preparation of a glide path and prevention of canal blockage. Dr Tait will put an emphasis on canal preparation using rotary endodontic files, specifically the ProTaper Next system, and will discuss the advantages and benefits of this system and how it can be used to create predictable canal shapes even in more challenging cases.
Now more than ever there is high patient expectation in minimal invasive esthetic restorative treatment. Achieving indistinguishable esthetic results can be challenging unless predictable techniques are used. Through the use of new and exciting materials better techniques can be developed to achieve maximal esthetic results in a reasonable chair time. This CE webinar will provide attendees with the knowledge to solve esthetic restorative problems and meet the high esthetic demands of our patients.
Healthy suction is valuable in any dental practice. Patients assume the "behind the scene" maintenance is being completed. Patients trust that our facility is held to a high standard. Equipment maintenance is challenging, who is responsible? Is the team on the same page? Attend this CE webinar to keep your practice producing and your evacuation lines sucking.
Large Class-IV restorations can present an esthetic challenge and be time consuming for many clinicians. This CE webinar will review simplified techniques combined with new composite technologies that provide very wide blending effects making direct large anterior restorations more esthetic and easier than ever. A key technique that improves the blending affects dramatically will be discussed and illustrated.
In this informative CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss one of the latest advancements in direct restorative dentistry. Ormocers (Organically Modified Ceramics) are restoratives that are based purely on silicon oxide in both the filler and the resin matrix without traditional Bis GMA monomers, making them the first ceramic based direct restorative material available to dental market.
Options for indirect dentistry seem to steadily increase. Understanding the differences of cement categories, their strengths and weaknesses, compatibility to the ceramic chosen, are all important questions that are sometimes difficult to answer. During this CE webinar, Dr. Gillespie will clearly identify when to use certain cements and when to steer clear of others.
Are you looking to increase productivity and simplify office protocols? A few key changes in routine and armamentarium may be the answer you have been searching for. In this CE webinar, learn how to maximize productivity with smart technology and organizational systems such as automated washers and cassette systems. Discover the benefits of taking an inventory of current practices and update those that can be streamlined to reduce stress and achieve the quality care your patients expect.
This CE webinar will explore the options available to make fluoride pastes and gels work for your patients and for your practice from the financial perspective.
During this CE webinar we will discuss the history of caries, and how we can tip the scales in our patients favor with minimally invasive procedures. We will also discuss a variety of options on how to eliminate sensitivity and show a rationale why some things work and some don't.
This CE webinar discusses manufacturer’s written instructions for use IFU) for reusable medical devices used in dentistry. Instrument reprocessing is a critical aspect of patient safety and must be done in accordance with the instrument manufacturer’s written IFU for cleaning, inspection, packaging and sterilization. Information regarding where to secure IFUs and who will be asking to see them will be discussed, along with a number of dental examples that conflict with best practices.
This CE webinar addresses minimally invasive procedures in surgical and non-surgical periodontal treatments. These procedures represent alternative approaches that allow less extensive manipulation of surrounding tissues as compared to conventional procedures, while accomplishing the same or better clinical objectives.
Oral surgery requires skilled flap access and closure. This CE webinar will review basic suture techniques, suture selection, and instruments to make oral surgery more routine for common dental problems.
It’s easy to put blame on the changing economy. If your annual income is flat or going down. If you stare out over an empty patient reception area and wonder if they will ever return? Prepare yourself for the true cost of each opening in the schedule. In this CE webinar, learn to look at the most frequent offenders; high expenses, inconsistent production and low collections and steps that will help you be more profitable.
There have been so many generations of adhesives that it even had me confused. In this CE webinar, we will look at a brief history of adhesion, talk about current universal adhesives and apply those concepts into clinical situations. We will also look at provisional and permanent cements, discuss their virtues and weaknesses and finish with clinical applications and some tips and tricks.