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Current milling technologies and materials have made indirect restorations more accessible to the dental practitioner. With many choices available, clinicians must first decide if an indirect procedure is indicated, and if so, which material is best suited for a specific application. This CE webinar will review the indications for indirect milled restorations with a focus on milled nano-hybrid onlays and crowns.
We have to consider the environment where we place our restorations. There are numerous oral environmental factors that contribute to caries and if not considered, it can severely compromise the longevity of our restorations. There are new technologies available to not only promote favorable long-term outcomes in our restorations, but also to create an environment conducive to dental health. This CE webinar will discuss the factors that contribute to caries, restorative options, including glass ionomer technology and techniques to create therapeutic restorations and preventive recommendations to minimize caries risk.
Implant provisional restorations play a vital role in predictable successful outcomes in implant dentistry. They provide esthetics, maintain masticatory ability, and serve as a functional esthetic blueprint for laboratory communications. This CE webinar will discuss materials and techniques for direct implant provisionals as well as indirect techniques including digital technology
The importance of enamel present in our porcelain veneer preparations is crucial for the long term success of this type of restorations. By combining the BFEP into this equation, tooth reduction can be controlled and calibrated. In this CE webinar we will walk you through a logical clinical sequence that will increase the longevity of your restorations as well as your acceptance rate.
Flowable composite resins have been around since the mid 1990’s and today are found in most restorative dental practices. Early uses were limited as cavity liners and small cavity preparations in “non-stress” bearing areas. Through advances in science these materials have become much more versatile, and now have a wide range of clinical applications. This CE webinar will explore some of the many uses for this “universal” restorative material and discuss some of the latest innovations and improvements in this class of composite resins.
You’ve relied on bonus plans to reward your employees for years, but maybe they are not working now. You thought they motivated your employees to excel, but instead team members focus on what they need to do to earn the bonus – and their overall performance actually suffers. Learn how you can recognize employees who put in extra effort by developing a rewards system.
During this CE webinar, we will review
• Severe tooth mobility stabilized with a bonded full arch orthotic
• New nano-ceramic CAD-CAM material
• Durable and esthetic material bonded for strength and longevity
Upon attending this CE webinar, attendees will
• Understand how lasers have evolved, and why now is the time to incorporate laser technology
• Understand the advantages of why certain laser wavelengths are more advantages’ than others
• Understand the value of lasers in numerous clinical procedures, to create more predictable clinical outcomes
• Change the way they practice to provide cutting edge technology to their patients
The evolution of today’s restoratives has advanced at a staggering pace. This CE webinar explores the most recent advancements of injectable composites and how they will transform the way you do dentistry. We will break down and simplify the components of successful composite placement through a look at preparation design to an exploration of the latest adhesives and curing lights currently available. Don’t miss this CE webinar for valuable up to date information on materials and techniques you will put into practice the next day.
The dental hygiene diagnosis is a critical part of providing optimum treatment planning and care for the dental patient. The updated AAP Classification System created in 2017 represents a multi-dimensional staging and grading framework for periodontitis and peri-implant disease. This CE webinar will examine the evolution of the updated system including the concepts of staging and grading to classify each periodontal patient. Determining a patient’s likelihood to predictably respond to therapy is a unique feature of the new classification system and allows for individualized treatment plan development. The CE webinar will also highlight the need and value of collaboration amongst dental and medical professionals. Finally, and perhaps most importantly, the importance of team calibration when incorporating the system into office protocols will be discussed.
Are revenues starting to level out compared to bank deposits last year? You may not know exactly where the shortcomings are, but making an effort to find out is the first step. Learn where the most common revenue opportunities can be found and increase your income starting today!
It’s more than screening for oral abnormalities and providing dental care to patients diagnosed with oral cancer. Cancer of any type affects most of us, if not personally, then a friend, family member, or patient that visits your office. This CE webinar covers oral concerns of oncology patients and their caregivers, products to aid in treatment of those oral concerns, and how the cancer diagnosis affects treatment considerations in your chair.