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We don't often think of chemistry when we think of Dental materials but chemistry is what truly makes some products work better than others. In this CE webinar, join us as we explore some materials in day to day dentistry and gather an understanding how we can achieve better success if we use those material appropriately.
Water is a vital component of modern dentistry and water quality affects nearly every function of dental offices. Dental units supply water for most every dental procedure from routine prophies to complex restorative procedures. This CE webinar will discuss the importance of using clean and safe water, guidelines and regulations for water quality, and how to ensure continuous delivery of safe water during dental care in the era of COVID and beyond.
One of the most exciting aspects of incorporating electric handpieces into your dental practice is what it allows you to accomplish clinically. This CE webinar will help participants become more familiar with the use of electric handpieces and how they can make your restorative dentistry better and more efficient.
Our goal in fixed prosthetics should be strong, aesthetic restorations that will last our patients years. Over the past few years new materials have entered the market compelling us to make changes in the way we prepare, buildup, impression, and cement fixed restorations. In this CE webinar, join us as we review the chemistry of why these materials work and show their use clinically in routine crown and bridge procedures. The goal is to leave this CE webinar thinking "is the new better than the old."
Corporate dentistry and the reduction in insurance reimbursement has forced most of use to become more efficient. We want to provide treatments that are a great long-term service for the patient but that are efficient for the office with nearly 100% clinical success. Proper preparation and cementation techniques are undeniably related to long term restoration success and the choice of materials is more critical than ever to meet these goals for indirect restorations. Zirconia has become popular because of its clinical acceptance and performance and this CE webinar will discuss the best techniques for routine cementation and for those times when maximum adhesion is necessary.
This CE webinar will review, in a real world “wet fingered” dentist’s way, some of the techniques, materials, and key research, behind 34 years of advanced adhesive minimally invasive dentistry. It will help take your direct composites to the next level. New injection molding techniques combined with advanced adhesion techniques will be presented. A clinical review of successful, long-term clinical cases will be reviewed as well.
Anterior immediate implants are one of the most technically and esthetically demanding types of implant surgeries, and more often than not time is of the essence. In today's digital dental practice it is possible to complete a case fully guided with quick turnaround by utilizing in-office technologies like Intra-oral scanning, Guided CBCT software, and 3D Printing. In this CE webinar, join Dr. Steven Vorholt as he shows a live workup of a case for immediate placement of implants #9, 11, 12 using Guided software and a 3D printer to take the surgical guesswork out of a demanding surgery. After the live workflow walkthrough Dr. Vorholt will show the surgical photos and discuss how the case unfolded.
In light of the recent pandemic, we will all be looking for ways to help differentiate our practices as we move into this new era of dentistry. Aside from changing our offices and instituting even more rigid guidelines as far as infection control, expanding your practice using the techniques and materials discussed in this CE webinar will give you a head start in getting all your practices moving smoothly again.
As patients age, so do their teeth and yes, all the problems that come with! This CE webinar will highlight specific clinical casework that applies the restorative challenges that we see all too often with these wonderful patients.
Digital workflows enhance all clinical procedures from diagnosis, to planning, to provisional prosthesis design and fabrication, and to final restorations. This CE webinar will highlight the impact of CAD/CAM technology in the practice, the restorative materials available and the digital processes in which to produce optimal quality and esthetics in a clinical setting. Innovative digital technologies along with a clinical workflow to enhance everyday practice will be shown.
More than 80% of all Endodontic treatment is performed by General Practitioners, but many doctors could increase efficiency and decrease stress by implementing new, more efficient tools and techniques into their cases. Dr. Flucke has been performing 99% of his Endodontic cases for the past 20 years. As a General Practitioner, he understands the unique perspectives and problems the GP faces on a daily basis. As Technology Editor and Chief Dental Editor for Dental Products Report magazine, he gets to see, test, and help to design cutting edge products and techniques. Dr. Flucke’s passion is ‘technology improves patient outcomes’ and he has vast experience with devices and techniques that save the practice money while increasing efficiency and decreasing stress.
This CE webinar will provide the participant with an insight to the growing epidemic of dental disease in all age groups with a focus on decay. It will share a growing trend in how people are dealing with decay and ways to prevent the disease. Additionally, you will receive information on how risk assessments can create a treatment plan that will engage your patient to accept treatment and achieve optimal oral and overall health.
Completing tooth-borne and implant-borne restorations are only the beginning for successful treatment. What prophy paste is safe to use on bioactive fillings, full ceramic crowns, full arch hybrid prostheses? Restorations need regular in-office maintenance and home-care recommendation with products that protect and in some cases recharge for the optimal results.
Learn why 2020 has been the pivotal year for dental practices to embrace modern practice management software, with nearly 300% more practices moving to the cloud. The cloud is pervasive and widely accepted in our everyday lives and yet, until now, dentistry has been slow on the uptake. That changed rapidly as practices were forced to completely rethink operating a dental practice in the new normal. Why are your peers making the switch? What should you understand when considering if your practice should be in the cloud? This CE webinar will answer these questions and more about the most important technology decision facing your practice.
Single shade composites arrived at the perfect time: they came to simplify our dentistry but they quickly became the PERFECT product to use during a pandemic. This CE webinar explains why but also helps you to take them to the next level: replacing large amalgams, filling implant screw holes, covering metal post-cores without grey showing through. This paradigm has already shifted- learn better answers for efficient, economical, beautiful dentistry.
Implants have become an increasingly attractive treatment option over the past several years. With so many implant systems available, our restorative options multiply. By sticking to a few main principles, restoring implants can become an integral and rewarding part of your practice. This CE webinar is designed to minimize the confusion and provide clarity to the restorative dentist.
Mask mouth, hypersensitivity, bleeding gingiva and the list goes on! Much like a fingerprint no two dental patients or their needs are the same. Whether you are treating a child or a more seasoned patient their homecare needs and routines may vary. In the midst of the pandemic oral self-care has changed and patients are delaying dental visits. In turn, dental professionals are faced with the challenge of educating and treating patients who have let oral self-care diminish. This CE webinar will offer an insight into creating customized care plans and motivational techniques to encourage optimal patient homecare.
This CE webinar is designed for the entire dental team and will review best practices for infection control from the CDC, as well as current guidance from OSHA on working safely in your dental office.
It has been suggested to either not have your zirconia crowns glazed by your lab or to sandblast the occlusal surface to be able to evaluate the occlusion better at the seating appointment. Once the occlusion has been established, getting a glaze like finish on your zirconia restoration can be challenging. Using the 2 step zirconia polishers will ensure you achieve the glossy finish she seek. Our composite restorations deserve the same respect. Again, using the 2 step composite polishers with the 48L finishing bur will give you exquisite results, without the use of messy polishing pastes.
Gone are the days of free-handed bonding; same day veneers are the future. With the increase in social media, patients are looking for ways to improve their smile. Pressed composite veneers provide an affordable, simplified way to satisfy your patients and grow your practice with no lab bill. With a prefabricated nano hybrid composite shell, composite veneers have never been easier. Pre-shaped and pre-polished, pressed composite veneers are stain-resistant, providing the esthetics of a traditional veneer at half the cost. During this CE webinar attendees will learn how to treatment plan, case select, and restore using composite veneers.
In today’s world of rapid technological advancements, digital dentures are revolutionizing dentistry in many ways. This CE webinar will give an overview of the digital denture workflow, and how anyone can seamlessly transition into that workflow for both complete dentures and full-arch implant cases. We will also discuss how digital technology and digital dentures have modernized communications between the clinician, patient, and laboratory.
This CE webinar is designed to give a foundation for implementing bioactive materials in your daily treatment to enhance and grow your dental practice.
The concept of bioactive dental materials is not new. We’ve all heard of them and have probably used bioactive materials at one time or another – but are you telling your patients about the benefits of bioactive materials? Patient education can increase case acceptance and be a large source or referrals to increase practice revenue.