On Demand CE
On Demand CE
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CE
Dental Caries A pH Mediated Disease - Finding the Right Treatment Fit
Presenter: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/28/17
  The right fit is important whether it’s our clothes, shoes, work and oral health. In 2017, a new CDT code created the right fit to finally treat gingivitis after decades of merely dumping gingival inflammation into the same category as health. It’s time to shift dentistry focus from finding the cavity to treating the caries pH infection disease. Watching and waiting for breakdown makes no sense. Saliva is one of the body’s most effective means for protecting the tooth enamel to be a pH buffer against acid. This CE webinar focuses on early treatment using up-to-date right fit technologies and systems and the latest in remineralization therapies.

CE
Artistry and Efficiency with Composite Restorations
Presenter: Mark Kleive, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/25/17
  Most dentists spend a considerable part of their day placing composite restorations. During these appointments they manage preparation designs, matrix systems, dental adhesives, filling materials, and finishing techniques. This CE webinar will utilize clinical videos, hands-on demonstration and product sampling to improve the predictability and esthetics of this popular restoration for both anterior and posterior teeth. Particular emphasis will be placed on the newest materials and tips and tricks to improve efficiency.

CE
Rapid Fire Pearls for Immediate Impact
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/19/17
  Doesn't everyone love a few pearls that they can incorporate immediately into practice? Join us in this fast paced CE webinar as we discuss direct and indirect restorative techniques that everyone can utilize tomorrow morning.

CE
Cementations and Ceramics Decoded
Presenter: Parag Kachalia, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/24/17
  The world of metal-ceramic dentistry has had a good track record; however new ceramic materials in the marketplace are serving as predictable alternatives for these restorations. This CE webinar will look at new age indirect materials including zirconia, lithium silicate, and resin nanoceramics. A rationale will be given with respect to material selection and proper cementation of this ceramics to attain long term success.

CE
Enhanced Composite Restoration Through Unique Chemistries
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/16/17
  Every year, new composites become available to enhance placement for the dentist and improved restoration longevity for patients. This CE webinar will highlight some placement techniques, newer materials, and their applications to restore teeth.

CE
Beautiful and Functional Restorations Using Injectable Composite
Presenter: Dr. Robert Marus
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/26/17
  This CE webinar will demonstrate, in a step-by-step fashion, how to use high strength injectable composite quickly and easily, so that an aesthetic result with a high success rate and predictable outcome can be achieved.

CE
Glass Ionomers - Essential for Optimal Restorative Dentistry
Presenter: Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/13/17
  Glass ionomers comprise a diverse group of highly-versatile restorative materials with unique properties that make them indispensable for your practice. This CE webinar will cover the selection and use of Glass Ionomers as stand-alone restoratives and in combination with composite resin to optimally manage various commonly encountered restorative situations.

CE
Bonding Indirect Ceramics
Presenter: Dr. Lee Ann Brady
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/14/17
  Bonding and cementation is the last step in ensuring long term success of your indirect ceramic restorations. With so many materials and procedures at our disposal confusion can lead to technical failures. In this CE webinar, we will look at the required steps for bonding ceramics from preparing the restoration to easily removing excess material before final curing.

CE
Game Changer: Exploring New High-Strength Aesthetic Dental Ceramics
Presenter: Miles Cone and Lucas Lammont
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/13/16
  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.

CE
To Sculpt or Not to Sculpt
Presenter: Timothy Bizga, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/5/16
  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 professional’s 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.

CE
Newest Advances in Direct Restorative Materials for the Modern Dental Practice
Presenter: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/10/16
  Dental materials are constantly improving and clinicians have to keep up with the all of the innovative, new products that are available to us. This CE webinar will discuss some of these new innovations, including the long-term use of glass hybrid restorative materials, the multiple indications for glass ionomer sealants, bases and luting agents, and how to use silver diamine fluoride in the clinical setting.

CE
High Strength Ceramics and Cementation Techniques - What’s Out There and How Do We Make Them Stick?
Presenter: Paresh Shah, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/19/16
  Our options for indirect restorative materials are constantly changing and there is much confusion about what to chose for best results. Many clinicians are moving to all ceramic restorations and are not clear as to which to chose and whether to bond or cement. This CE webinar will address the most common ceramic options and their indications for use. We will also discuss cementation & bonding techniques for the various materials.

CE
Prosthodontic Potpourri - Diagnosis to Delivery of All-Ceramic Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Miles Cone
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/22/16
  The demand for improved dental aesthetics has led to rapid advancements in technology and techniques that blur the lines between the chair and the bench. As a consequence, today’s restorative dentist is obligated to partake in roles that span the gamut of the profession, ranging from clinician to laboratory technician. Through the implementation of case studies, this CE webinar aims to illustrate the key steps involved in the successful realization of treatment plans utilizing all-ceramic restorations.

CE
Remineralization Strategies Made Simple
Presenter: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/12/16
  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

CE
Cleaning, Disinfecting, and Sterilizing in the Dental Office
Presenter: Louis DePaola, DDS, MS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/22/16
  This CE webinar will cover a variety of up-to-date topics and techniques regarding infection control within the dental office environment. You and your staff are cordially invited to listen and learn with an interesting and engaging presentation given by one of the leading experts in the field of Infection Control.

CE
Exquisite Temporaries Made Simple
Presenter: Mark Kleive, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/23/16
  Dr. Mark Kleive will demonstrate how to efficiently fabricate esthetic provisional restorations with ease. This CE webinar will discuss faster setting, stronger temporary materials, and provide you with an overview on the various techniques used for impression taking, provisional fabrication, polishing and glazing, and cementation techniques.

CE
Minimally Invasive, Maximum Results
Presenter: Sam Simos, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/20/16
  In this CE webinar, explore the world of minimally invasive dentistry utilizing the latest in bulk fill Glass Ionomers, remineralizing creams and the latest in sculpt technology composites. These newly designed products will enhance your chairside capabilities while providing excellent services for your patients.

CE
Newest Advances in Glass Ionomer Technology
Presenter: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/29/16
  Upon completion of this CE webinar, the attendee will:
• Understand the benefits of glass ionomer technology
• Appreciate the advancements in physical properties of newer glass ionomers
• Learn the indications for this material in the clinical setting
• Learn the steps to restore a tooth with glass ionomers

CE
Cementation GPS - Navigating the Complicated World of Cementation Today
Presenter: Parag Kachalia, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/16/16
  Today we live in a world where a number of new materials are available ranging from primarily resin based indirect restorations through polycrystalline restorations such as monolithic zirconia. This CE webinar will discuss the best practices of cementation with respect to each of these restorations as well as provisional restorations and help ease the confusion that exists around cementation today.

CE
Exquisite Anterior Composites
Presenter: Dr. Lee Ann Brady
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/25/16
  Direct composite can be a conservative, durable and beautiful anterior material. We will discuss the variety of materials and techniques available today to take your composites to the next level so your team and patients are raving about the esthetic results. This CE webinar will look at how to utilize preparation design and layering of composite to create exquisite results that disappear against the shade of the natural tooth.

CE
Creating Lifelike Restorations with New Hybrid CAD/CAM Materials
Presenter: Bill Marais, RDT
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/7/15
  In this CE webinar, learn to create lifelike natural restorations with new CAD/CAM materials and NANO technologies drawing from the elements in nature.

CE
Universal Bonding Agents
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/2/15
  Universal bonding agents have seen a meteoric rise in use among dental professionals. But the question remains, are they truly universal? Dr. Gillespie will explore the functions of all bonding agents and address what “universal” truly means. Can one bonding agent truly be used for all direct and indirect procedures? This CE webinar will help practitioners feel more comfortable about their use of bonding agents in every situation.

CE
Developing Predictable Esthetics with High Tech Composite Resins
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/27/15
  Now more than ever there is high patient expectation in minimal invasive esthetic restorative treatment. Achieving indistinguishable esthetic results can be challenging unless predictable techniques are used. Through the use of new and exciting materials better techniques can be developed to achieve maximal esthetic results in a reasonable chair time. This CE webinar will provide attendees with the knowledge to solve esthetic restorative problems and meet the high esthetic demands of our patients.

CE
New Advanced Restorative Solutions - The Glass Ionomer Revolution
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Ward, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/21/15
  The glass ionomer family is the perfect addition to complete the esthetic lineup. However dentists are having challenges successfully placing composites in all situations and confusion exists about the uses and indications for these materials. In this CE webinar, learn the latest about this innovative smart restorative option.

CE
The Oral Environmentalist
Presenter: Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, BSDH
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/17/15
  Anyone frustrated with motivating patients to brush better to decrease decay, needs to be in this audience. Remineralization therapy is the latest and greatest dental hygiene procedure since the middle 1980’s. With today’s technology, dental hygienists become the key players in enamel repair by healing the oral environment. This CE webinar goes beyond better brushing, beyond sealants, beyond anything you’ve done before!

CE
Bond or Cement: How to Choose Between the Glues We Use
Presenter: Timothy Bizga, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/13/15
  Confused on how to choose the right cement? Looking for a simplistic method in selection? Then this is the CE webinar for you! Designed to give guidance on cement selection, this webinar will have you choosing and using the cement that is right for you.

CE
Dry Mouth - Much More than Just Irritating
Presenter: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/8/15
  Upon completion of this CE webinar, the participant should be able to:
• Define the difference between xerostomia and hyposalivation
• Translate evidence based science risk information on xerostomia/hyposalivation into language patients can understand
• Incorporate saliva risk assessment routinely into practice
• Identify variety of options available for dry mouth management
• Learn from case studies to tailor individual protocols for a wide variety of patients

CE
Ready, Set, Flow - Indications of Universal Flowable Composites
Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/11/15
  Traditional Flowable composites are known to adapt well to cavity preparations and are easy to place. Recently, manufacturers have developed a new generation of highly filled flowable composites. This CE webinar will focus on the utilization and adhesion of next generation flowable composites.

CE
Step by Step Breakdown of The Single Crown
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/21/15
  A mainstay procedure in any dental office is the single crown. Yet despite our successes and failures many of us continue to do things the same way we have done for years. This CE webinar will break down the single crown and outline and modernize the steps and procedures needed to be ultimately successful.

CE
Optimizing CAD/CAM Restorations with the New Resin-Ceramic Materials
Presenter: Mark Kleive, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/23/15
  This CE webinar will review the latest product developments in the CAD/CAM resin-ceramic category and how they can impact productivity in the general practice. Attendees will learn about the physical properties of new nano-ceramic materials, cementation protocols, and the various indications for use with their patients. Additionally, there will be a focus on polishing restorations and using characterization to customize restorations directly in the mouth.

CE
CAMBRA Simplified: Tips to Make Caries Management Do-Able in the Office
Presenter: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/17/15
  This CE webinar will discuss the importance of a caries-management program in the private practice. The role of risk factors and the principles of caries management will be discussed. Risk management, product recommendations and documentation into the electronic health record will be presented so that you will know exactly how to implement CAMBRA into practice.

CE
Direct Dentistry: Are We Improving
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/12/15
  This CE webinar will address the components of direct dentistry: bonding and composite placement along with a review of the latest materials available and how they are potentially helping us to improve our restorations.

CE
A Practical Guide to Varnish
Presenter: Noel Kelsch, RDH
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/8/14
  This CE webinar will supply you with the tools you need to understand and incorporate varnish into your health care protocols. Tips will be given on age level appropriate delivery of care.

CE
Keys To Success With Direct Adhesive Restorations
Presenter: Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/10/14
  We want to provide restorations that stay put, don’t leak, and don’t cause sensitivity. Not too much to ask, right? With so many materials and techniques to choose from, however, the pathway to restorative predictability is often anything but clear. This CE webinar will provide practical and effective tips for consistently getting the best results with today’s adhesives and restoratives.

CE
Adhesion GPS - Navigating the New World of Adhesive Dentistry
Presenter: Parag Kachalia, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/15/14
  This CE webinar will help today’s practitioner understand the current state of adhesive dentistry and how various materials can be leveraged to offer conservative and predictable results for our patients with respect to both direct and indirect dentistry.

CE
Prep It, Got It, Glue It: A Dental Journey from Crown Prep to Cement Selection and Everything In-Between
Presenter: Timothy Bizga, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/15/14
  This CE webinar begins with describing the principles of preparation design and stresses the importance of thoughtful tooth preparation. A review of current concepts in tissues management and impressioning will be discussed. By the end of the webinar, the audience will be able to select appropriate indirect materials and the glues we choose to use to hold them.

CE
Become a Caries Risk Factor Manager
Presenter: Patti DiGangi, RDH, BS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/4/14
  Physicians make recommendations for heart disease based on risk factors. Dental professionals using risk assessment for caries infections are performing a similar function. This CE webinar will provide the scientific basis behind current caries philosophy taught at many dental schools.

CE
Crown and Bridge Made Easy
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/7/14
  During this fast paced CE webinar filled with plenty of easy to implement pearls, Dr. Kaminer will guide you through a simplified approach to crown and bridge.

CE
High Impact Esthetics - Achieving Maximal Esthetics with Minimal Chair Time
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/24/14
  Today, our patients desire dentistry to be less invasive yet highly esthetic. With new and exciting materials, better techniques can be developed to achieve maximal esthetic results in a reasonable chair time. Using 25 years of experience, this CE webinar is directed towards providing knowledge to solve anterior esthetic restorative challenges.

CE
Bonding Excellence - Material Updates and Technique Tips to Make Your Best Better
Presenter: Sam Simos, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/6/14
  During this CE webinar, the student will review:
• Taking a fresh look at the bonding protocol
• Bonding agents
• Luting cements
• Understanding direct and indirect materials so you can select a bonding protocol that is suited to the clinical situation.

CE
Less is More - Incorporating Minimally Invasive Techniques into your Office Treatment Protocols
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Ward, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/15/14
  It has long been said that “Dentistry begets Dentistry.” In other words the more treatment you do, the more treatment you will need to do in the future. This CE webinar will acquaint you with conservative and minimally invasive techniques to treat your patients.

CE
A Quick Guide to Bonding and Cementation
Presenter: Dr. Lee Ann Brady
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/24/14
  This CE webinar will look at the current options for bonding and cementation of indirect restorations. With so many choices today it can be confusing. Simple decision points will be presented to know when to use conventional cementation or a true bonding protocol. We will also look at the current choices in materials and which clinical situations they are best for.

CE
Creating Natural Esthetics with Newly Developed Composites: Restoring the Tooth from the Inside Out
Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/10/14
  Developing treatment strategies for restoration of anterior maxillary dentition can be challenging. When faced with such cases, a detailed diagnosis and thorough understanding is required to ensure that the most appropriate materials and techniques are considered. In this CE webinar, you will learn how to improve your skills and confidence using a new generation of composites that utilize minimal invasive concepts. Minimally invasive concepts originates from the “inside out”.

CE
Better Packing and Heat Curing Techniques
Presenter: Thomas Zaleske
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/6/14
  Want to refine your heat curing or packing technique? Unsure about why you may be getting porosity in some cases and not others? Maybe you would like to inject but aren’t sure about p/l ratios. Attend this webinar presented by Thomas Zaleske AS and learn the nuances that assure trouble free packing and processing results. After 28 years working as a removable prosthetic technician and as a dental product manufacturer’s consultant, Zaleske has a few tricks and tips he would like to share.

CE
Simple Solutions for Everyday Restorative Practice
Presenter: Paresh Shah, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/17/13
  As dentists we are challenged with and an increased complexity of our restorative treatments. In addition, our material choices continue to evolve and increase. This webinar will review practical and current options for treating many of the everyday challenges we encounter in practice.

CE
Cementing Long Term Results for Your Patients
Presenter: Hugh Flax, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/9/13
  Given the crowded market of cement choices and the multitude of restorative options (metal; Porcelain metal: all ceramic Zirconia or Lithium Disilicate), cementation choices are critical to long term results. This CE webinar will help you make the best choice of cement for various clinical applications.

CE
Fluoride Varnish: Improving Patient Satisfaction and Office Production
Presenter: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/28/13
  This CE webinar will discuss the what, why and how of fluoride varnish:
• What is fluoride varnish?
• Why should I use fluoride varnish?
• How do I incorporate it into my practice?

CE
What We Know And Don’t Know About Zirconium Oxide And Lithium Disilicate (Update)
Presenter: Dr. Joseph Caruso and Luke Kahng
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/30/13
  Bonding materials are extremely important in the longevity and the retention of modern dental CAD/CAM materials. This CE webinar will address two of the materials that have greatly influenced dentistry in the last few years: Zirconium Oxide and Lithium Disilicate. Various modifications within these restorations such as monolithic and the layering technique of porcelains will be discussed.

CE
Updated Protocols for Provisional and Definitive Cementation of Indirect Dental Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/16/13
  In this CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss clinical techniques and protocols for indirect cementation of both provisional and definitive restorations. Provisional cementation will be discussed as an integral part of the indirect delivery process for preparation protection and tissue management.

CE
Identifying Methamphetamine Abuse and Developing a Treatment Protocol
Presenter: Noel Kelsch, RDH
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/23/13
  Upon completion of this CE webinar, the dental professional will be able to: quickly identify the signs and symptoms of this highly addictive drug Methamphetamine (Meth); react competently and provide the patient with safe dental treatment.

CE
Microwave Curing: Mystery Solved
Presenter: Thomas Zaleske
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/17/13
  Upon completion of this CE Activity, the student will be able to: Explain the mechanism of cure and cite research which substantiates the technique; be familiar with product recommendations for sources in equipment and materials; identify techniques which will provide the understanding and methods to achieve consistent results;understand applications which can immediately be implemented.

CE
Esthetic Alternatives to Direct Composites
Presenter: Mark Pitel, DMD, FAGD, FACD, FIADFE
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/27/13
  This CE webinar will provide a brief comparison between restoring anterior and posterior teeth with direct composites and glass ionomer materials. The presenter will discuss advantages and disadvantages of each material type as well as when is it preferable to use one or the other clinically.

Upon completion of this CE Activity, the student will be able to: understand the difference between restoring anterior and posterior teeth with direct composites and glass ionomer materials; identify the advantages and disadvantages of each material type as well as when is it preferable to use one or the other clinically; better understand the clinical scope of using glass ionomers for direct restorations in posterior teeth via clinical case presentation using Equia technique as an example.

CE
Posterior Composites Simplified
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/20/13
  Posterior composite restorations remain the lifeblood of general dentistry. Creating quality, esthetic posterior restorations every time is important to the patient as well as the practitioner. In this webinar, Dr. Gillespie will review adhesive protocols that will help eliminate post-operative sensitivity and increase bond strengths. Dr. Gillespie will also highlight the latest advancements in composite resins regarding shrinkage and esthetics with one shade placement.

CE
The Use of a VPES Material as an Aid for Placement and Follow-up of Custom Prostheses
Presenter: Dr. Bob Blitzer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/19/13
  This CE webinar will cover elastomeric materials based on Vinyl Polyether Siloxane. The unique properties of these materials allow for expanded use for fixed and removeable prostheses, occlusal registration, as well as tracking tissue changes at recall visits. Learn about how these materials make it easy to read and mark inside crowns that have metal substrate as well as all-ceramic crowns.

CE
Composites and Glass Ionomers - A Restorative Option
Presenter: Dr. Rob Ritter, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/18/13
  Throughout the world , using glass ionomers has been effective in reducing post operative sensitivity and stimulating reparative dentin. Using the latest in composite technology, and in combination with the latest adhesives, we are now able to effectively repair teeth and restore them to a functional and esthetic conclusion that is satisfactory to both patients and dentists alike. Multiple examples of materials used in real world situations will be covered thru a step-by-step and systematic approach.

CE
New Methods in Minimally Invasive Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Barry F. Polansky and Joshua Polansky
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/21/13
  This CE webinar combines using a values based philosophy with the latest in dental technology. With all of the new tools and techniques available to dentists, it becomes an overwhelming job to create a culture based on integrity and values.

CE
Advanced Direct and Indirect Bonding Techniques and Materials
Presenter: Sam Simos, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/5/12
  With today's advanced restorative materials, success is dependent upon 4 major elements: technique, knowledge, accuracy, and team preparedness. This CE webinar will examine how each element plays a critical role in the success and longevity of your indirect & direct restorations when determining materials, systems and techniques.

CE
Cementation Protocols for Provisional and Definitive Placement of Indirect Dental Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/6/12
  In this CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss clinical techniques for indirect cementation of both provisional and definitive restorations using conventional and total etch protocols. Provisional cementation will also be discussed as an integral part of the indirect delivery process for preparation protection and tissue management.

CE
Isolation, Preparation, and Cementation
Presenter: Ms. Shannon Pace Brinker
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/24/12
  Today, an increasing number of products are introduced to help dentists and their teams satisfy patient expectations for highly esthetic treatments. It’s not surprising, then, that staying abreast of the different preparation and cementation requirements of various esthetic materials can be challenging. For cementation and adhesive protocol, selecting the ideal material and technique, as well as performing the steps properly, are important to achieving long-lasting clinical outcomes.

CE
Self-Adhesive Posterior Restorations Using High-Viscosity Glass Ionomer
Presenter: Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/10/12
  Composite resin is no longer your only choice for esthetic direct Class I, II and V restorations. Glass ionomer has demonstrated composite-like longevity in posterior teeth, and offers easy handling, fast, placement, self-adhesion, fluoride release, and excellent physical properties and esthetics. This material needs to be in your toolkit. Participants in this webinar will learn the indications and techniques for predictable glass ionomer restorations. Dr. Hewlett will provide numerous clinical tips for glass ionomer restoration for placement along with evidence validating the use of this material.

CE
Minimal Invasive Dentistry: Solving Anterior Esthetic Restorative Problems with Composite Resin
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/7/12
  Today, our patients desire dentistry to be less invasive and highly esthetic. Through composite resin both can be achieved. Understanding the proper use of state of the art materials and techniques allows the clinician to achieve great esthetic restorative results in a reasonable clinical chair time. This CE webinar will assist the attendee to solve anterior esthetic restorative challenges though predictable technique in Minimal Invasive Dentistry.

CE
Direct Composite Restorations: Fast, Easy, Predictable and Profitable!
Presenter: Dr. Jeffrey Blank, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/18/12
  This fast-paced 1 hour CE webinar will highlight the current technology and materials now permit early caries detection and minimally invasive treatment protocols. However, confusion exists in when and how to intervene, proper material selection, preparation design, and adhesive and application protocols. Multiple, tedious and time consuming steps decrease patient comfort, increase the potential for post-operative problems, and destroy profitability for dentists.

CE
Today's Improved Glass Ionomers: A Therapeutic Alternative to Direct Composite Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Ward, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/25/12
  Glass ionomer materials are easy to place, can reduce post-operative sensitivity and enjoy a stable long-term ionic bond to dentin. Learn how this bioactive material can be a therapeutic alternative to composite resin materials.

CE
Minimally Invasive Recommendations for a Maximally Productive Dental Hygiene Department
Presenter: Pamela Maragliano-Muniz, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/28/12
  This CE webinar will provide an easy-to-implement approach for implementing CAMBRA into the private practice. Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to: Identify the risk factors for caries; understand how the risk factors play a role in the disease process; understand who implements CAMBRA; be familiar with how to document information in an electronic patient record; be familiar with strategies for risk management and potential profits for a private dental practice.

CE
Focus on 'MI' - Implementing Minimally Invasive Treatment in your Practice
Presenter: Lory Laughter, RDH
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/25/12
  Practical tools and innovative new products now allow dental professionals to identify potential problems early , prevent dental decay from occurring or progressing and treat lesions with no disruption to surrounding healthy enamel. Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to understand, develop and implement an effective preventive protocol that works comfortably for your practice.

CE
New Directions in Minimal Intervention
Presenter: Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/12/12
  Scientific advances continue to change the practice of dentistry by producing novel products for prevention and repair of early caries lesions. Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to: Understand the principles behind the selection, use, and efficacy of topically-applied varnishes for the enhancing the acid resistance of enamel and treating dentinal hypersensitivity.

CE
Making Accurate Impressions - Success Lies in the Details
Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/1/12
  Taking an impression for indirect procedures can be stressful. Key factors involved in producing clinically acceptable impressions include selecting the appropriate tray, impression material and soft tissue management. One of the most frustrating experiences a clinician occurs when a crown or bridge does not seat, has high occlusion or open contacts.
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to: be familiar with a step by step approach to achieve accurate impressions with its multiple interrelated steps to insure clinical success; be exposed to an overview of the chemistry of different impression materials

CE
Advances in Composite Restorative Dentistry: A Blend Of Artistry, Materials, And Technique
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/23/12
  Today’s composite resins allow the aesthetic dentist limitless creativity in recreating human dentate form. At the core of every aesthetic dental restoration is tooth morphology...natures’ combination of elevations, depressions, opacities, and translucencies that collectively produce functional and aesthetic beauty.

CE
Creating Natural Esthetics with Newly Developed Composites: Restoring the Tooth from the Inside-Out
Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/7/11
  In response to the change in patient expectations, a great proliferation of products and processes have been developed which enable the dental profession to perfect the art of creating accurate and visually pleasing restorations. This webinar is designed to provide you with information and tips that will help you quickly select products and develop the techniques required to restore anterior direct restorations that esthetically meets today’s patient’s demands.

CE
Glass Ionomer and Predictable Posterior Composites
Presenter: Dr. Christopher Ramsey
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/31/11
  Participants of this webinar will learn the advantages and indications of utilizing glass ionomer in their everyday practice. In addition, the participants will see predictable methods for placing the latest restorative materials that allow for spectacular restorations that will hold up both esthetically and functionally for many years to come. Participants will have the opportunity to see how any issues with microleakage, sensitivity, or function will a thing of the past and make their procedures enjoyable and profitable.

CE
Mastering the One Body IQ Concept
Presenter: Joshua Polansky
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/13/11
  A 45 minute visual journey through exercises and practices that will help the dental technician grasp the one body concepts. Mastering these techniques will lead to more consistent and vital restorations that will help the dental technician thrive in today's competitive market.

CE
Posterior Composites: Improving Esthetics and Increasing Simplicity
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/26/11
  Posterior composite restorations remain the lifeblood of general dentistry. Creating quality, esthetic posterior restorations every time is important to the patient as well as the practitioner. In this webinar, Dr. Gillespie will review adhesive protocols that will help eliminate post-operative sensitivity and increase bond strengths. Dr. Gillespie will also highlight the latest advancements in composite resins regarding shrinkage and esthetics with one shade placement.

CE
Cementation Protocols for Provisional and Definitive Placement of Indirect Dental Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/4/11
  In this webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss clinical techniques for indirect cementation of both provisional and definitive restorations using conventional and total etch protocols. Provisional cementation will also be discussed as an integral part of the indirect delivery process for preparation protection and tissue management. The participant will come away from this webinar with a more thorough understanding of the cementation process and which cements perform the best when coupled with the variety of restorative materials, both all ceramic and metal based, that are currently available.

CE
Minimal Invasive Dentistry: Integration of New Science for Minimal Intervention
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/8/11
  The goal of dentistry should be to develop new approaches in restorative dentistry that will reduce the amount of tooth removal during correction. With advances in material science we are able to attain these ideals and recreate nature with minimal removal of tooth structure. In this webinar the latest development in esthetic restorative dentistry will be discussed.

CE
The Art of the Impression
Presenter: Dr. George Kirtley
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/25/11
  This course will address the recent evolution in impression materials. We will analyze the advantages and disadvantages of Poly Vinyl Siloxane and Poly Ether Impression material and see the resultant evolutionary formulation of Vinyl Poly Ether Silane (EXA’lence by GC America) which combines the advantages of both the aforementioned and eliminates the disadvantages. Clinical photographs along with video will be used to show different techniques in impression taking addressing the single unit impression, the full arch impression and the edentulous arch impression.

CE
If Plaque Could Talk
Presenter: Dr. Brian Nový, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/7/10
  Dental professionals are convinced plaque is their nemesis. We curse its presence and tell our patients they need to brush more frequently. Yet, the scientific evidence indicates plaque (in some cases) can provide colonization resistance against cariogenic bacteria. What can we do for our patients to help them grow this beneficial plaque? The simple answer may surprise you…

CE
The Team Approach to Restorative, Regenerative and Minimal Intervention Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Jeffrey Blank, D.M.D.
CE Credits: 2 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/15/10
  Modern dentists cannot breach the chaos of complex restorative, adhesive and remineralization dental techniques without the support of a competent team clinical team. Hygienists and clinical assistants must have a firm grasp of products and techniques that range from prevention/intervention protocols to restoration of high caries rate time bombs. Clinical team participants will leave knowing why their doctor would choose a certain restorative/adhesive material and the proper set-up, preparation and delivery of these materials at the chair. Team members will also explore the vital role they should play in dispensing and monitoring remineralization formulas to arrest and even repair decayed lesion.

CE
The New Esthetic Concepts and Possibilities
Presenter: Dr. Pinhas Adar
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/24/10
  This program will focus on total overall facial harmony discussing innovative techniques with new restorative products essential to satisfying the growing demand for esthetic smile enhancement as well as enhancing the facial appearance for the aging population.

CE
Secrets of a Pediatric Dentist
Presenter: Dr. Scott Dillingham
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/28/10
  This 45 minute webinar is an excerpt from Dr. Dillingham’s Full Day clinically oriented course of the same title. It will specifically focus on traditional and nontraditional uses of glass ionomers (hence the term “Dental Duct Tape”).

CE
Managing Oral Biofilms with Fluoride, Calcium and Phosphate: WHY? WHEN? and HOW?
Presenter: Dr. Hien Ngo
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/16/10
  Success in the prevention and management of caries depends on the effective management or disruption of biofilm. The challenge is to understand the environmental conditions in which oral health intervention and products can be effective. The clinical management of caries in relation to recent findings about the behavior of biofilms will be addressed in this live webinar.

CE
Cementation: A Clear Understanding to Predictability
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/19/10
  Today we are inundated with options for cementation materials. How do we choose the proper cement for each situation? Dr. Gillespie brings you a current review of everything from resin modified glass ionomers and total etch/dual cure systems, to the latest in self-etching cements.

CE
Excellence In Impression Taking
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/29/10
  Give the patient the opportunity to make a great first impression, with less bleeding and less effort! This webinar will discuss new preparation techniques along with various tissue management tools to enhance your current impression and preparation techniques.

CE
Conservative and Affordable Full Mouth Rehabilitation Utilizing Composite
Presenter: Dr. Hal Stewart, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/28/10
  Composite is a wonderful restorative material. It is esthetic, durable, predictable and relatively inexpensive when compared to lab-fabricated porcelain restorations. This course demonstrates a full mouth occlusal restoration utilizing a new and advanced composite. Fundamentals of occlusion and TMJ stabilization will be addressed. A technique to predictably and accurately restore the occlusion in composite will be demonstrated.

CE
Glass Ionomers:A Therapeutic Alternative to Direct Composite Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Daniel Ward, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/5/10
  Although excellent results can be achieved with composite restorations, they do have limitations creating the need for a restorative material suitable for use in less than ideal conditions. Xerostomia, for example, can significantly increase root caries. Glass Ionomer restorative materials release fluoride helping to reduce recurrent decay. In addition to simplified ease of use, glass ionomer materials can reduce post-operative sensitivity and enjoy a stable long-term bond to dentin. Watch this webcast and learn how this bioactive material can be an excellent therapeutic alternative to composite resin materials.

CE
You're Only as Good as What You Send to Your Lab
Presenter: Dr. Bob Blitzer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/8/10
  Quality indirect restorations can be the rule in your practice instead of the exception!! Make it easy for your lab to give you consistent, high quality results.

--Crowns routinely delivered in 15 minutes or less
--Dies that do not require creativity
--Plan before you prep
--Tissue management by intention, not luck
--Selection of materials
--Less stress = More joy

GC I.Q. One Body Concept: The Fusion of Esthetics and Production
Presenter: Mr. Rick Sonntag, RDT
CE Credits: 0 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/31/10
  In this Webinar, Rick Sonntag RDT will show how production laboratories can reach their esthetic potential and how boutique labs can maximize their production potential. Viewers will also see the flexibility of the system that can be adapted to conventional layering techniques, micro-layering techniques, or internal stain techniques, on metal and zirconia.

CE
Rejuvenating Enamel
Presenter: Amy Nieves, RDH
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/17/09
  All team members are key players in caries therapy. Learn ways to remineralize and protect enamel with current remineralization technologies. MI (Minimal Intervention) dentistry is the modern "medical" approach to the management of decay. A caries management program should include the three “R’s”: Recognize, Rejuvenate and Restore. The key element of the MI philosophy of Rejuvenating Enamel will be presented.

CE
Recognize, Rejuvenate, and Restore: Creating Better Restorations in Better Environments
Presenter: Edmond Hewlett, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/23/09
  This course is an overview of concepts, techniques, and products for establishing a healthier oral environment and creating more predictable and more therapeutic restorations. Learn about recognizing caries risk factors and early lesions, rejuvenating teeth with remineralization, and optimally restoring teeth by combining the best qualities of composite resin and glass ionomer in the sandwich technique.

CE
Stronger Bonds: Better Cementation Throughout the Mouth
Presenter: Dr. Greg Gillespie
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/19/09
  Today we are inundated with options for cementation materials. How do we choose the proper cement for each situation? Dr. Gillespie brings you a current review of everything from resin modified glass ionomers and total etch/dual cure resin systems, to the latest in self-adhesive resin cements.

CE
Maximize the Power of Minimally Invasive Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Brian Nový, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/30/09
  Many clinicians are under the false assumption that “minimally invasive” means “wait and watch”. In actuality, minimally invasive dentistry focuses on intercepting the disease process medically and surgically. The concept of maximum intervention has opened the door to new diagnostic testing and treatment modalities for dental caries. This course provides an introduction and overview of dental caries disease processes, and how best to treat lesions using medical and surgical models. Emphasis will be placed on novel treatments for caries and how to effectively manage high caries risk patients.

CE
Creating the Ultimate Posterior Direct Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Lou Graham, D.D.S.
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/3/09
  The foundation of this presentation will be to present a combined material approach to direct posterior restorations. Dentin and enamel replacement are the cornerstones to success and in a systematic approach the attendee will learn how various glass ionomers and resin ionomers combine with composites to create long lasting sensitive free restorations. We call it the “ideal sandwich.”

CE
The Master Impression: The Elusive Pursuit of Perfection!
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/1/09
  Sign up for this class and let Dr. Bob Lowe help you achieve the "master impression". Techniques to be discussed include tissue retraction and impression taking. Impression materials, trays and the opposing model will also be included in this "information packed” presentation.

CE
Solving Anterior Esthetic Restorative Challenges with Composite Resin
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/2/09
  Today, our patients desire dentistry to be less invasive and highly esthetic. Through composite resin both can be achieved. Using the proper materials and techniques allows the clinician a chance to achieve great esthetic restorative results in a reasonable clinical time.

CE
The Missing Link in Minimal Intervention Dentistry: Effective Caries Control
Presenter: Dr. Hien Ngo
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/29/09
  The modern Minimal Intervention Dentistry (MI) approach relies on dentists taking the dual role of physician and surgeon. So there is a need for a systematic approach to the clinical management of caries. The scope of this lecture will give an update on cariology and describe the Matrix and Traffic Light system and how it can be applied in clinical practice.

CE
Minimal Intervention Dentistry: Dr. Jane Chalmers
Presenter: Dr. Jane Chalmers, BDSc
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/11/07
  Dr. Jane Chalmers presents: MID – Caries Management in the 21st Century

CE
Minimal Intervention Dentistry in the New Millenium
Presenter: Dr. Sandra Guzman-Armstrong
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/11/07
  This CE module titled, Minimal Intervention Dentistry in the New Millenium, is presented by Dr. Guzman-Armstrong.

CE
Geriatric MID: The New Caries Challenge
Presenter: Dr. Jane Chalmers, BDSc
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/10/07
  This module titled, Geriatric Minimal Intervention Dentistry: The New Caries Challenge, is presented by Dr. Jane Chalmers.

CE
Minimal Intervention Dentistry: Dr. Lacey-Spector
Presenter: Dr. Erin Lacey-Spector, DDS
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/10/07
  Dr. Lacey-Spector presents this CE presentation on Minimal Intervention Dentistry- Caries management in the 21st century.
Objectives:
--Describe the MID Philosophy
--Compare the Different Therapeutic Products Currently in the Market
--Discuss On-Label and Off-Label Uses
--Which Product Comes First
--Explain the Mechanism of Action for Each Product
--Evidence Based References

CE
Minimal Intervention in Cosmetic Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda, DMD
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/10/07
  Dr. Wynn Okuda presents Minimal Intervention in Cosmetic Dentistry. This module will address the integration of the art and science of dentistry to recreate the natural esthetics and function of the human dentition.

CE
A Paradigm Shift for the Diagnosis of Dental Caries Part 1
Presenter: Dr. Steven Steinberg
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/14/07
  A Paradigm Shift for the Diagnosis of Dental Caries Part 1

CE
First Impressions Are Important! Part 1
Presenter: Dr. Howard Glazer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/14/07
  This module presented by Dr. Howard Glazer, a nationally recognized speaker, will help you improve your impression taking technique. This presentation contains state-of-the-art computer generated clinical 3D animations that help create a compelling and informative learning experience.

CE
First Impressions Are Important! Part 2
Presenter: Dr. Howard Glazer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/14/07
  This online module presented by Dr. Howard Glazer, a nationally recognized speaker, will help you improve your impression taking technique. This presentation contains state-of-the-art computer generated clinical 3D animations that help create a compelling and informative learning experience.

CE
A Paradigm Shift for the Treatment of Dental Caries Part 1
Presenter: Dr. Steven Steinberg
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/13/07
  A Paradigm Shift for the Treatment of Dental Caries Part 1

CE
A Paradigm Shift for the Diagnosis of Dental Caries Part 2
Presenter: Dr. Steven Steinberg
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/12/07
  A Paradigm Shift for the Diagnosis of Dental Caries Part 2

CE
A Paradigm Shift for the Treatment of Dental Caries Part 2
Presenter: Dr. Steven Steinberg
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/12/07
  A Paradigm Shift for the Treatment of Dental Caries Part 2
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