Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
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.
Finding a method to improve productivity and yet maintain safety in sterilization is a challenge. This CE webinar will help you improve the efficiency and enhance safety in your sterilization process. Using a streamlined systematic approach in the sterilization of instruments you can eliminate wasted steps and unnecessary exposure to pathogens.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, participants should be able to:
• Know ways to inhibit demineralization of white spots lesions
• Select the most biocompatible materials
• Document “Twitter-style” dental-medical necessity to support claims and measurable outcomes
• Discover ways to become Kelly’s oral health coach
Protect your business, your staff and your patients by attending this informative CE webinar where Dr. Karson Carpenter will discuss:
• ŹThe important role of surface cleaning and disinfection in preventing pathogen transmission
• Factors to consider when selecting surface disinfectants to meet the needs of your practice
• Strategies to reinforce cleaning and disinfection best practices
Is not our goal in dentistry to build something that will last, and perhaps be beautiful? Shouldn’t it be? This CE webinar will examine the state of dentistry and the market we exist in today and how adding preventative measures, such as remineralization pastes, can be another value added benefits to both clinician and patient.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will
• obtain an understanding of using the patient's own teeth for bone grafting
• understand the various treatment options for this type of material
• to see the long term follow-up and results
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.
People want teeth not implants. In this CE webinar, we will embark upon a journey and discuss how to get people what they want. We will discuss how to create value which will lead to your patients wanting to do the best for themselves. We will discuss implant choices related to function and costs involved int treating patients with implants. Lastly we will talk about treatment planing of the over-denture and over-partial. This is a webinar not to be missed.
Years of research and advancement in the area of fluoride use in dentistry have resulted in a plethora of products designed to strengthen and remineralize tooth enamel. This CE webinar will review the history of remineralization and what is the status of enamel remineralization today.
Advances in resin bonding systems, composites, and porcelains have made this materials very popular and the first choice for most dentists. Does that mean that RMGIs are no longer valuable in dentistry? Far from it, RMGIs have valuable characteristic which pure resins don’t have. Dr Ruiz will demonstrate how with proper case selection and when used correctly, these materials are invaluable for every dentist and makes restorative dentistry better and more predictable.
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.