The COVID-19 or Coronavirus is presenting as a complex, serious health issue to people all around the world and our community. In line with the Center of Disease Control and Prevention recommendations we will be canceling our March 19th CE.
We will keep you posted on future courses, but your safety is our number one priority. Thank you for your understanding.
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Planning for Success in the Esthetic Zone | Safe Distance Learning Webinar Series
Open for Registration Course Description: As the predictability of implant therapy has increased, patients esthetic expectations levels have risen as well. The implant restoration needs to integrate seamlessly with the natural dentition. An understanding of proper treatment sequencing is critical to achieve a highly successful esthetic outcome. Intimate coordination between the precise surgical aspect and the restorative phase is paramount in achieving consistent esthetic restorations. This program will discuss how different treatment protocols can be employed to achieve the desired…
Soft tissue management around dental implants | Safe Distance Learning Webinar Series
Open for Registration Course Description: Implant dentistry has been extensively developed since the first application of dental implants by Dr. Branemark during the 60s. In today’s modern dentistry, more and more patients are seeking for dental implants to replace their missing teeth with high expectation for pleasing outcome more than just the functional success of osteointergration. Therefore, in additional to hard tissue augmentation, soft tissue management is often an essential and key element in variety of conditions to achieve esthetic,…
Cement vs Screw Retention: How to Increase Implant Success | Safe Distance Learning Webinar Series
Open for Registration Course Description: The definition of success for dental implants has evolved over the years, but the basic tenants remain the same - to ensure long term integration, maintain bone levels and an absence of peri-implant disease. Although most clinicians are aware of risk factors involved in implant failure few deem the restorative technique as a major culprit. Through the years many have debated the pros and cons to screw and cement retained options for dental implant restorations.…
Periodontal Plastic Surgery | Safe Distance Learning Webinar Series
Open for Registration Course Description: The presentation will focus on surgical techniques to correct mucogingival defects around teeth and dental implants. The course will cover root coverage and non-root coverage procedures using free gingival grafts, connective tissue grafts, allodermic grafts, and pediculated grafts. Learning objectives: Review of the scientific literature on grafting techniques and their efficiencies Understand the different techniques used for root recovery and gingival augmentation around teeth and implants Recognize the indications, contraindications, and clinical applications for each…
It’s Time to Change the Conversation!
There is a great deal of noise in dentistry. The noise of human resources and regulatory agencies; the noise from misinformation found on the internet and patients attempting to dictate how you practice dentistry; and loudest of all, the noise from insurance companies dictating dental care. Sadly, it seems that somewhere along the way, dentistry got distracted and lost sight of its value. The result is that dental care remains a low priority for many homes and families.