Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
Understanding how and what to look for in a real universal resin cement that works on different ceramics, zirconia, or implant abutments while having an easy to use product that provides long term success, aesthetics, and easy excess removal will put every clinicians' mind at ease. Upon completion of this CE webinar one will be able to implement easy and predictable techniques and become more familiar with the rationale of adhesive cementation steps.
Direct posterior composite restorations are among the most frequently performed restorative procedures, yet dentists often struggle with placement, polishing and consistently generating single shade esthetic results with little to no post-operative sensitivity. This CE webinar will discuss how each element will play a critical role in the professionalís decision making process when determining which materials, systems and techniques are best to utilize when doing direct composite restorations. We will review esthetic principles, modern preparation design and universal bonding. Additional topics will include innovative product suggestions.
There are currently numerous solutions for making CAD/CAM screw retained crowns, but are we missing out on some technical and biological benefits using the current methods? This CPD webinar will address a new solution for creating the optimal design of a fully customised CAD/CAM custom abutment, complete control of the contour and emergence profile whilst also offering a much more stable body to bond the restoration to.
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 patientís first call, to the dental assistant seating the patient, to the hygienist explaining whatís 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.
In this CE webinar, numerous cases will be shown for predictable dentistry from crowns to composites. From the simple single crown to the immediate placed implant provisional. The techniques can be incorporated immediately into your practice on Monday morning.
Our day to day bread and butter procedures typically include some form of Crown and Bridge. With so many materials needed from preparation through impressioning to cementation, our treatment rooms tend to be cluttered with many products from a variety of manufacturers. During this CE webinar, we will streamline the crown and bridge process and introduce some state of the art materials from one manufacturer that will get you there from start to finish.
Truth be told, bonding is not perfect in every situation and all too often Glass Ionomers offer dentists patients wonderful options for their direct restorative care. This CE webinar will demonstrate how GICs compliment our restorative care for our patients.
With the introduction of revolutionary new lithium disilicate systems, additional options to satisfy the demand for improved treatment outcomes are now available to the dental laboratory technician. This CE webinar will utilize several case studies to illustrate the range of indications and benefits that these new high-strength materials possesses and to demonstrate how they are positioned to change the game for this class of dental ceramics.
Traditional irrigation involves using a needle to inject irrigants into the root canal system via positive pressure. This is not only ineffective in the critical apical one-third, it can also be dangerous depending on the irrigants used. Studies show that apical negative pressure irrigation is a safe and effective way to disinfect the entire root canal system. This CE webinar will cover apical negative pressure irrigation and an advanced instrumentation technique that facilitates its use.
Dental plaque removal is one of the biggest challenges that patients face today, and its improper and incomplete removal leads to demineralization, caries, gingivitis, and periodontitis. Proper plaque reduction is essential due to the fact that excellent oral hygiene is a key factor in maintenance of good overall health. Until today, the standard product to help identify plaque has been disclosing solutions or tablets. In this CE webinar, we introduce a revolutionary method to help patients identify and remove plaque on a daily basis.
In this CE webinar, Dr. Neal Patel will discuss the application of CAD/CAM workflow for implant supported restorations using the CEREC system. Dr. Patel will present this state of the art technology and a step-by-step guide to incorporating this technique into your treatment planning process.
Tooth whitening continues to be the number one cosmetic procedure requested by patients of all ages. Americans are spending over 1.4 billion annually on OTC tooth whitening products. Professional tooth whitening is safe, effective, desired by our patients and the most conservative cosmetic treatment we can offer.
This CE webinar will describe and demonstrate a long-handle multipurpose tool that utilizes amber and violet intraoral light to reveal increased vascularization in the mouth, whereby oral cancers can be differentiated from normal oral tissue. Its white light detects enamel crazes and fractures. Its intraoral light and disposable mirror retract the cheek allowing an easy oral exam in the dental operatory or off-site.
The average dental operatory cannot comfortably handle a wheelchair with the fixed operatory chair as an obstacle. This is a barrier to dental care for millions of patients in wheelchairs and gurneys (W&G). Such patients deserve the equal opportunity to sit or lie comfortably while dental work is performed on them. This CE webinar will illustrate how movable operatory chairs glide to the side of the room to allow wheelchairs to be rolled right next to them, facilitating easy patient transfer into the operatory chair.
This CE webinar is designed to provide an understanding of the rationale for the use of mouth rinses and their effect on oral biofilms teeth, oral soft tissues and implants. Mouth rinses can be used to not only reduce plaque biofilm in the mouth but also as a pre-procedural rinse to reduce the bacterial content of dental aerosols generated during therapy as well as to reduce the number of bacteria associated with bacteremia. Also, the benefits of a non-alcohol containing chlorhexidine rinse will be discussed as well as the anti-inflammatory effects of a novel alcohol free rinse for oral lesions.
In this CE webinar, participants will learn what methamphetamine is and why it causes a condition known as "meth mouth"; rampant decay, xerostomia, and bruxism. Participants will receive effective, safe, and realistic strategies for treating patients who have "meth mouth" and will also identify their own professional responsibilities and personal boundaries in treating the "addicted" patient.
When patients donít show up, not only does it cause chaos in your practice, it also costs you money Ė and Iím talking about thousands of dollars in lost revenue every year. Learn steps to help make your days less stressful and your practice more profitable.
There is a plethora of bonding agents, glass ionomers and bioactive materials on the market. This CE webinar reviews new materials and techniques in an effort to improve our treatment outcomes from prevention to restoration highlighting the new class of GI and bioactive/biomimetic materials. We will review techniques and tools to enhance the long-term maintenance of your patientís dentition and helping prevent the need for future restoration. We will also cover the benefits of these products for the pediatric patient.