Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
This dynamic bonding CE webinar is sure to get you and your practice up to speed with the latest bonding protocols, materials & techniques available today. If you're still using any of the same materials and techniques you were using just 2 years ago, you need to attend this webinar.
This CE webinar is for the dental health care professional who is still slightly interested in learning more about periodontal disease and looking for exciting new material and sure ways to present, treat, manage and cure it.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the participant should be able to:
• Define the difference between xerostomia and hyposalivation
• Translate evidence based science risk information on xerostomia/hyposalivation into language patients can understand
• Incorporate saliva risk assessment routinely into practice
• Identify variety of options available for dry mouth management
• Learn from case studies to tailor individual protocols for a wide variety of patients
The oral systemic link has gained notoriety in the past few years. We have been studying this link for hundreds of years. This CE webinar explores the history of the oral systemic link and periodontal disease then and now. It also includes a review of current literature concerning the oral systemic link and how to communicate these findings with patients to facilitate total overall health.
Everyone is talking about the conundrum that three generations in the workplace is creating. While the generalizations are many and certainly not always accurate, in working with hundreds of dental practices, there’s no denying that we are witnessing a clear shift in priorities and career philosophies as Gen Xers (born 1965-1980), and Millennials (born 1981-2000) take their places alongside Boomers (born 1946-1964). In this CE webinar, learn how to manage those differences and understand how each generation brings its strengths and weaknesses.
In this CE webinar, Dr. Weitz will review and demonstrate the latest techniques and armamentarium that will aid the clinician in understanding, performing and implementing trouble-free atraumatic tooth extraction and ensuing restorative achievement. Bone preservation techniques, bone augmentation procedures, provisionalization and final restoration will be discussed in the context of atraumatic extraction as an essential foundation.
Universal bonding agents have the ability to take adhesive dentistry to new levels of efficiency because of their broad indications and technique tolerances. New research is now showing that some even have tolerance to different dentin moisture levels. During this CE webinar the various generations of bonding agents will be reviewed and new research indicating their technique tolerance on wet and dry dentin will be discussed.
In this CE webinar, by embracing advanced imaging techniques, Dr. Daher will share his insight on how to enable virtual treatment planning and customized appliances for almost every type of malocclusion. In addition, Dr. Daher will provide clinical and practical insight on how to successfully grow your practice with the adoption of technology and accelerated orthodontics.
In this CE webinar, Dr. Jeffrey Hoos DMD will describe his favorite techniques and problem solvers that will help you with your composite restorations. Upon the completion of this webinar, you will understand the most efficient use of composites and fiber reinforcement.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to:
1. Understand when to use mini dental implants for single tooth replacement
2. Understand surgical protocol
3. Understand restorative techniques involved in delivering a mini dental implant crown in a single visit
Vital to every dental practice is the final cementation of an indirect restoration. Let’s face it - the final cementation procedure needs to be performed predictably and easily, setting the stage for long-term restoration performance and success. This CE webinar will offer practical approaches to confidently cementing indirect restorations while benefiting from specific cement properties to create patient satisfaction.
Confused on how to choose the right cement? Looking for a simplistic method in selection? Then this is the CE webinar for you! Designed to give guidance on cement selection, this webinar will have you choosing and using the cement that is right for you.
The first step in endodontic retreatment will be diagnosing endodontic treatment failure. The next stage when considering retreatment is an appraisal of tooth in question’s restorability. This webinar will discuss how to approach these points as well as some case-based discussions on the treatment planning of surgical vs non-surgical retreatment and clinical insights into negotiating fractured instruments and post removal.
Recently, manufacturers have developed a new generation of highly filled flowable composites indicated for class I-V restorations. The high filler content increases strength and wear resistance, lowers polymerization shrinkage and allows the material to be stacked. The addition of nanofill particles assists in creating highly esthetic restorations. This CE webinar gives step by step instructions for the clinical uses and the placement for highly filled flowable composites.
The definition of “busy” means different things to different people. For some it is synonymous with stress. For others it means excitement and challenge. And then there are those who see “busy” as the precise balance between a fully engaged team and profitable practice. Learn the tell-tale signs of busy-but-not productive. In this CE webinar, learn how to take your focus off of merely busy and what it takes to be truly productive.
The essence of the crown and bridge provisionalization goes far beyond traditional “temporary” methodology. A well-constructed, aesthetic provisional restoration affords the dentist and the patient the opportunity to “preview” the direction and ultimate success of the laboratory processed definitive restorations. In this CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss materials and chairside techniques to enhance the provisional process for both the patient and doctor.
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.
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.