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CE
To Cement or Adhere Zirconia: What Are My Options?
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/10/24
  There is a lot of confusion regarding how to connect a zirconia restoration to a tooth. Some of the concepts that will be covered are how do you clean or decontaminate the zirconia to what type of cement to use, and can you actually bond to zirconia? This CE webinar will eliminate confusion of how to best deliver a zirconia restoration with various types of materials and preparation designs so that you can remove all of your questions and concerns so that you can become confident with your materials and techniques.

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Adhesive Dentistry: How to Do It and When to Glue It
Presenter: Dr. Alex Vasserman
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/15/24
  Please join us for an informative lecture focusing on adhesive dentistry, specifically comparing e.max and zirconia materials. This CE webinar will cover preparation protocols tailored to each material, emphasizing their distinct properties and their impact on clinical outcomes. Dr. Alex Vasserman will provide practical insights into adhesive protocols, offering guidance on achieving optimal bond strength and durability in restorative treatments. Attendees will gain valuable knowledge for selecting appropriate materials and techniques to enhance the success of their dental procedures.

CE
Adhesive Dentistry: How to Do It and When to Glue It
Presenter: Dr. Alex Vasserman
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/24/24
  In this one-hour CE webinar, students will understand the intricacies of adhesive dentistry, focusing specifically on protocols tailored for the optimal bonding of zirconia and eMax materials. Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be equipped with a comprehensive understanding of the principles underlying predictable adhesive dentistry. They will be able to identify the specific challenges and considerations associated with bonding zirconia and eMax, gaining insights into material properties, surface treatments, and adhesive techniques. Additionally, students will become more familiar with the latest advancements and best practices in adhesive dentistry, including adhesive selection, surface preparation, and bonding protocols. Armed with this knowledge, participants will be empowered to implement techniques that ensure durable and aesthetically pleasing restorations, elevating their clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction.

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Unlocking Adhesive Excellence in Zirconia Bonding
Presenter: Dr. Alex Vasserman
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/11/24
  In this CE webinar, we will guide you through the latest techniques in zirconia adhesion. You will gain invaluable insights into selecting the right materials, mastering surface treatments, and optimizing adhesive procedures to elevate your restorative outcomes. Whether you're an experienced dental professional or just beginning your career, this webinar offers something for everyone. We'll delve deep into the science behind zirconia bonding, demystify common challenges, and provide practical tips for seamless integration into your daily practice.

CE
Ceramics and Zirconia: Enhancing Adhesion
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/29/24
  There are a lot of different adhesives, ceramic conditioners, and cements available which can create confusion as to what to use and when. This CE webinar was created to discuss the differences that should be considered when selecting indirect restorative cements and the steps to take when using different types of restorative materials to help avoid costly mistakes.

CE
Bonding Basics for Lasting Cosmetic Artistry
Presenter: Dr. Devin McClintock
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/30/24
  Advancements in technology and materials have shifted the field of dentistry. As a result, providers opt to rely more on chemical adhesion over mechanical retention with both their direct and indirect restorations. This paradigm shift of preparation design to a more conservative approach is dependent on an equal shift in our bonding protocols. The road to reliability in adhesive dentistry is paved through consistency and reliance on adhering to science. Developing systems and protocols and sticking to them ensures long term stability with cosmetic restorations. Which in turn results in happy patients with reliable outcomes. But how does one develop the proper systems and protocols? In this CE webinar, providers will learn how to simplify yet optimize their isolation techniques and bonding protocols to achieve more predictable long-term success with both their direct and indirect restorative outcomes.

CE
Temporization and Cementation of Porcelain Veneers: A Guide to Consistent Successful Results
Presenter: Dr. Gary Radz
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/18/23
  For many general dentists porcelain veneers cases can be infrequent procedures in their offices. Because of this, it’s hard to establish habits and consistent workflows. This CE webinar is designed to provide some easy guidelines to make the workflow simple and the esthetic results consistently excellent. The easiest way to make veneer temporaries is also the most predictable and most esthetic. Some simple techniques will help you improve your temporary veneer outcomes. Cementation technique and materials of veneers can be a little different than with all ceramic crowns. This webinar will guide you step by step on how to get predictable results every time you deliver your veneer cases.

CE
Advancements in Pulpal Therapy for Primary Dentition
Presenter: Dr. Carla Cohn
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/14/23
  This one-hour CE webinar is designed to provide dental professionals with an in-depth understanding of the latest pulpal therapy treatment options for primary dentition. Pulpal therapy in primary teeth is crucial for preserving oral health and ensuring the overall well-being of young patients. This webinar will explore contemporary techniques, materials, and evidence-based approaches that can enhance the success of pulpal therapy procedures in pediatric dentistry.

CE
Treat it, Cement it! The Proper Way to Handle Today’s Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/7/23
  The longevity of indirect restorations depends on proper preparations, ideal impressions and finally treating and cementing substrates with the right materials. In this CE webinar, join us as we break down the basics of crown and bridge to simplify day to day dentistry.

CE
Misconceptions in Veneer Procedures
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/18/23
  Cosmetic dentistry can be very confusing because there are so many different ways to achieve a successful outcome. This CE webinar will shed some light on how you can confidently and conservatively do veneer procedures quickly and easily.

CE
Total Pediatric Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Mark Cannon
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/9/23
  Pediatric dentistry is continuing to evolve, as is dentistry in general. The concept of total body care, or better stated, integrative dental medicine, has finally become commonly accepted. Obviously, the younger the patient is exposed to integrative oral medicine the better the future result. This CE webinar will outline the process of early childhood intervention, and then the appropriate use of more biologically kind restorative materials. It is important to realize that in every profession, there is always a group that resists change. Old habits die hard, but dentistry is now poised to be the profession for the most incredible advancement in healthcare. We now have the scientific knowledge and the biologic materials to best benefit humankind.

CE
Cosmetic Creations: Costly Mistakes in Adhesion
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/26/23
  The secret is knowing what problems can occur so that you can avoid them or that you have an immediate solution that resolves the problem. Cosmetic dentistry requires a lot of knowledge, time, practice and skill to become very good. Problems are a gift in that we learn from our mistakes. We want to obviously learn from others that are further along in their career or knowledge so that we can remove as many potential problems so that we can accelerate our craft with the least amount of problems. This CE webinar will discus various problems that can arise when using resin adhesion to ceramics like crowns and veneers.

CE
Designing Smiles Can Be Fun - Predictable and Contemporary Cosmetic Dentistry in the 21st Century
Presenter: Dr. Hugh Flax
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/21/23
  Cosmetic dentistry is no longer a novelty as it was in the 1980’s...it is serious business. Patient expectations are growing so that you must learn to master the art and science not only in the front but the back of the mouth. Fortunately, advancements in technology and materials have allowed dentists and their teams to be on the same page with the patient, lab, and specialist that help you create extra-ordinary results that are predictable and profitable for the practice and often affordable for patients.

CE
Top 5 Veneer Tips
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/22/23
  If you want to do more veneers and have more success with less concerns and frustrations then you need to know these 5 tips! There is a systematic process in doing veneers and when done well amazing results can be achieved by all! Don’t miss out on your opportunity to be able to quickly and easily place veneers when you know these 5 tips from this CE webinar.

CE
Next Generation Cements in Practice
Presenter: Dr. Joseph Kim
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/26/23
  Through a combination of innovative chemistry and excellent ease of use, the latest generation of dental cements provide real benefits for clinicians and patients. In addition to reviewing the features that make modern cements work, this CE webinar will discuss the clinical benefits of using them in real world use cases.

CE
Proven Workflow for Try-in and Cementation of Lithium Disilicate Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Gary Radz
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/8/23
  Lithium Disilicate restorations are the most popular esthetic ceramic restorations being placed today. Proper understanding of the materials and techniques used to deliver restorations made from this material can decrease problems and increase longevity for your patients. This CE webinar will discuss time proven techniques and materials that will help improve your clinical outcome, increase your predictability, and create an easy workflow for you and your clinical team to follow every time to reduce the time and stress of your delivery appointments.

CE
Zirconia vs. Emax - When, Where, How?
Presenter: Dr. Alex Vasserman
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/28/23
  This CE webinar will focus on when to restore teeth using zirconia restorations and when to restore teeth using lithium disilicate. How we restore teeth in the anterior region of the mouth and the posterior varies greatly. Esthetics, bite-forces, interocclusal space, post operative sensitivity are some of the factors we consider when restoring teeth.

CE
Simplifying Concepts for Veneer Treatment and Cementation
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/31/23
  Cosmetic dentistry can often be challenging if you don’t have good systems to achieve a successful outcome. This CE webinar will shed some light on how you can become more confident and comfortable in providing cosmetic veneer procedures to your patients by implementing these systems.

CE
Best Practices for Zirconia Bonding
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/19/22
  Zirconia restorations are some of the most durable all ceramic materials available for tooth colored restorations. However, there are many questions as to how to properly clean, adhere and or cement them. This CE webinar will help to eliminate many of the common questions and frustrations with delivering zirconia restorations.

CE
Simplifying Cementation 2022
Presenter: Dr. David Hornbrook
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/7/22
  Join Dr. Hornbrook as he discusses how to simplify the cementation and adhesive bonding process of indirect restorations. This CE webinar will address anterior adhesive cementation, posterior adhesive cementation, and posterior luting cementation. Step-by-step protocols will be described to predictably cement ceramic veneers and all-ceramic crowns and bridges including placement of Feldspathic, lithium disilicate, and ZrO2 restorations. Correct preparation and adhesion to both enamel and dentin, including recommended materials to optimize dentinal adhesion will be explored. Ideal surface preparation of the different restorative materials will also be discussed to increase adhesion and increase long term prognosis. Utilization of new alkaline-based, self-adhesive cement and the advantages of these cements will also be discussed.

CE
Simplifying Complex Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Wynn Okuda
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/2/22
  Today our patients desire highly esthetic results using minimal invasive cosmetic restorative procedures. Using a creative approach to problem-solving and the latest innovations in material science excellent long-term results can be achieved with predictable success. This CE webinar will cover how minimal invasive procedures can now be applied to dental problems that range from simple to complex restorative problems.

CE
The Biologic Basis of Dentistry - Biologic Concepts and Materials (BASES) in Clinical Practice
Presenter: Dr. Mark Cannon
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/10/22
  Over the last few years much has changed in healthcare. Because we have been naturally overwhelmed by pandemic news, newly published research on the importance of the oral gateway microbiome in systemic health was scarcely noticed. In addition, oral health professionals found that our preventive care protocols needed substantial updating. Many patients had significant dental issues during the “lock-down” and our practices are still catching up on delayed dental treatment. Fortunately, improved dental biological materials that are kind to the pulp, with the potential to stimulate reparative dentin by providing calcium ions and an alkaline environment, are commercially available. In addition, bulk fill resin based composite restorative increase dentists’ efficiency and improve clinical outcomes. Universal adhesives provide for consistent and reliable bond strengths. Hence, the future for oral healthcare professionals appears optimistically bright.

CE
Simplifying Isolation and Bonding Protocols for Indirect Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Devin McClintock
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/8/22
  Advancements in technology and materials have shifted the field of dentistry. Providers opt to rely more on chemical adhesion over mechanical retention with their indirect restorations. This paradigm shift of preparation design to a more conservative approach is dependent on an equal shift in our bonding protocols. The road to reliability in adhesive dentistry is paved through consistency and reliance on adhering to science. Developing systems and protocols and sticking to them ensures long term stability with indirect restorations. Which in turn results in happy patients with reliable outcomes. But how does one develop the proper systems and protocols? In this CE webinar, providers will learn how to simplify yet optimize their isolation techniques and bonding protocols to achieve more predictable long-term success with their indirect restorative outcomes. In addition to establishing consistent bonding protocols for single unit delivery cases, providers will be able scale these bonding techniques for any unit delivery.

CE
The ABCs of Adhesive Bonding and Cementation
Presenter: Dr. Thomas Dudney
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/13/22
  While dental material and techniques have continued to improve, the options facing dentists when choosing adhesives and cements have increased to the point where making decisions can often be confusing. This CE webinar will discuss the different generations of adhesives, (including the new universal adhesives), total-etch, self-etch, and selective etch techniques, and how and when to use them clinically in an effort to simplify and help clear up some of the confusion. In addition, this webinar will discuss conventional cementation vs. adhesive resin cementation, resin-modified glass ionomer, self-adhesive resin, ion releasing, and light-cure and dual cure adhesive resin cements. Lastly clinical cases will be shown to demonstrate the use of these adhesives and cements including the proper protocols for treating the tooth and the restoration when adhesively bonding either glass ceramics like lithium disilicate or zirconia.

CE
The Flow: A Comprehensive Esthetic Workflow
Presenter: Dr. Julie Driscoll
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/8/22
  During this CE webinar, we will
• implement comprehensive treatment planning and execution through data collection and restorative approaches
• build lab communication and smile design through photography and diagnostic records
• implement advances in dental materials, bonding protocols and restorative solutions for best outcomes

CE
Designing Smiles Can Be Fun - Predictable and Contemporary Cosmetic Dentistry in the 21st Century
Presenter: Dr. Hugh Flax
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/2/22
  Cosmetic dentistry is no longer a novelty as it was in the 1980’s, it is serious business. Patient expectations are growing so that you must learn to master the art and science not only in the front but the back of the mouth. Fortunately, advancements in technology and materials have allowed dentists and their teams to be on the same page with the patient, lab, and specialist that help you create extra-ordinary results that are predictable and profitable for the practice and often affordable for patients.

CE
Predictable Aesthetic Restorative Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Christopher Pescatore
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/6/22
  This CE webinar will deal with numerous aspects of comprehensive restorative aesthetic dentistry and efficient patient care in today’s dental practice. We will discuss how to make routine dental procedures such as adhesion and direct resins more predictable and efficient using the latest material technologies. Modern adhesive procedures, including pulpal treatment, and more conventional insertion techniques will be discussed to aide the clinician in developing a foolproof method to deliver high quality, long-lasting restorations.

CE
Slow Down to Speed Up - Greater Clinical Success with Adhesion by Allowing the Chemistry to Work
Presenter: Dr. Jack Griffin
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/3/22
  There are two great stresses clinicians feel in dentistry: lack of time and clinical failure. They are intertwined and often inseparable. When we are running behind, we feel every tick of the clock which often temps us to cut corners to catch up with the schedule. The pressure to produce can be taxing. All of this centers on our clinical dentistry and the necessity for dependable, symptom free, consistent adhesion. There are steps we can take to minimize the wasted time associated with failure by knowing what to look for in our restorative materials and how best to use them. This CE webinar will focus on procedures we do every day, fillings and crowns, and getting the most clinical success possible with great clinical success resulting in less time re-doing things. The least pressure is to do it right the first time.

CE
5 Fundamentals to Delivering Indirect Ceramic Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/1/22
  There are many different indirect ceramic materials as well as adhesive resin cementation systems for dentists to implement. There are 5 fundamental steps that one has to understand and implement properly to achieve success. This CE webinar will discuss each of these fundamentals along with common problems and mistakes so that you can have more confidence and success.

CE
Phasing Treatment with Adhesive Dentistry
Presenter: Dr. Alex Vasserman
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/18/22
  In today's post-Covid world, some patients need yet cannot afford a full mouth reconstruction. This CE webinar provides examples of phasing treatment so as to make insurance-driven dentistry possible. By modifying patients' occlusion with adhesive composite dentistry, we create a template that later we convert to porcelain dentistry.

CE
Porcelain Veneers: From Design to Completion
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/31/21
  Aesthetic dentistry remains a key component of most dental practices. Delivering consistent results comes from a concise recipe from start to finish . In this CE webinar, join us as we embark on a journey from diagnosis to cementation. A step-by-step approach will be detailed.

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

Release Date: 9/6/21
  Dental materials are changing and accelerating at a rapid pace. Manufacturers and dental media are pushing universal products for every procedure. In this CE webinar, Dr. Gillespie will review several products to improve understanding of the latest in universal bonding agents and universal cements. Confusion swirls around which cement to use with certain ceramic systems, but gaining a clear understanding of cementation principles will help participants perform even the most difficult clinical cementation situations with confidence. Attendees will leave feeling more educated about the latest products to hit the market and assured in their ability to determine how to streamline inventory while maintaining quality restorations.

CE
Bioactivity and Modern Dental Materials
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/10/21
  In addition to the effect of fluoride on healthy hydroxyapatite, the ability of a material to contribute calcium and phosphate ions to help rebuild demineralized dentin is the new paradigm. During this CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss the utilization of bioactive dental materials in various restorative applications.

CE
Bonding to Zirconia
Presenter: Dr. Nathaniel Lawson
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/8/21
  You don't always need to bond to zirconia, but when you do, it's good to know how. The steps for bonding to zirconia are different than those for glass ceramics. We will review these steps, the evidence for performing these steps, and the little details of performing these steps. By the end of the CE webinar, the participant should have a straightforward protocol for bonding zirconia dental restorations.

CE
Vital Pulpal Therapy for the Primary Dentition
Presenter: Dr. Carla Cohn
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/17/21
  The objective of vital pulp therapy for primary dentition is to maintain the integrity and health of teeth and the surrounding tissues. Pulp therapy in primary dentition includes pulp caps and pulpotomies. New and reliable materials with predictable outcomes have recently become available. These materials make the treatment of pulpally involved teeth faster, easier, and more effective. Join this webinar as I will review diagnosis of teeth that are candidates for vital pulp therapy, different methods of vital pulp therapy and effective pulp therapy materials. In this CE webinar, Dr. Cohn will share several clinical cases and discuss step by step procedures using resin modified calcium silicate materials in vital pulp therapy for primary teeth.

CE
Indirect Ceramic Restoration Adhesion Technique
Presenter: Dr. Todd Snyder
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 2/4/21
  Are you confident in how to adhere ceramic restorations to tooth structure? Want to know what steps and materials to utilize to adhere ceramic veneers, inlays, onlays, and crowns? This CE webinar will cover the various steps and materials to implement so that you can be more confident in adhering ceramic restorations of any kind in your dental office. Simplifying adhesion to enamel, dentin and various types of ceramics so you can be confident when you are starting your next case.

CE
Velcro or Gorilla Glue – Zirconia Cementation
Presenter: Dr. Jack Griffin
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/2/20
  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.

CE
Hey Doc, the Tooth You Restored Hurts Now! How to Avoid Post-Op Sensitivity
Presenter: Dr. Rolando Nunez
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/22/20
  Everyday dentistry requires bonding. From direct composite restorations to indirect veneers, bonding plays an important role in every clinical practice. Many dentists report that their patients are still experiencing post-operative sensitivity after treatment. Sensitivity can be contributed to the bonding technique and/or the proper treatment of the dentin surface. This CE webinar will cover possible causes for post-operative sensitivity and how to prevent it from happening.

CE
Keys to Successful Pulp Capping
Presenter: Dr. Mark Malterud
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/5/20
  During this CE webinar, the participant will learn
• about the bioavailability of calcium for dentin repair
• protocols will be taught that have been clinically successful for nearly 10 years
• that the seal of the restoration to the tooth is paramount to successful pulp caps
• localized inter operative antimicrobials are essential to setting up the success of pulp caps.

CE
To Change or to Repair: How to Treat What’s Coming
Presenter: Dr. Rolando Nunez
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/15/20
  During this CE webinar, the participant will learn
• to predictably bond to tooth structure and avoid post-op sensitivity
• to take advantage of calcium releasing materials in order tom protect the dentin-pulpal complex
• the proper bonding protocol to predictably repair an existing PFM restoration

CE
Making Sense of Current Cementation Options
Presenter: Dr. Gary Radz
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/18/20
  Currently there are a number of number of different materials used for the fabrication of crowns, veneers and bridges. Each of these materials have different cementation protocols. Making this even more challenging is that there are several different categories of dental cements, each with their own benefits. This CE webinar is designed to eliminate the confusion that exists in the choice of what type of cement is best for each type of crown. Discussion will focus on how to make good clinical choices to provide the best outcomes for your patients.

CE
I Already Know How to Cement...Let’s Talk Bluetooth and Aesthetic Zirconia
Presenter: Dr. Jack Griffin
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/26/20
  Upon completion of this CE webinar, the participant will review the following:
• Understanding the clinical differences in zirconia opacities, when, and why
• Choosing the correct type of zirconia with proper lab communication
• Regenerative cementation for durable, comfortable, aesthetic restorations

CE
Current State-of-the-Art in Universal Adhesives
Presenter: Dr. Rolando Nunez
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/18/20
  The dental market has a vast array of adhesive systems being offered to the clinician, which can seem overwhelming at times. This CE webinar will cover the benefits of switching to a universal bonding agent as bonding system and the clinical impact that this change will have on all bonding protocols to the tooth structure as well as other restorative surfaces.

CE
Understanding the Current Disruptive Forces in Healthcare and Creating Opportunity
Presenter: Dr. Parag Kachalia
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/5/19
  This CE webinar will the allow the attendee to:
• Understand the disruptive forces around us
• Gain an overview of generational differences that impact health care decisions
• Be exposed to new advances in materials and technology in that will positively impact dentistry

CE
Giving Patients Hope: Transitioning Difficult Cases Who Have Limited Resources
Presenter: Dr. Hugh Flax
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/8/19
  In this CE webinar, follow Dr. Flax as he takes you on journey with a very challenging patient to make him look good and feel great, while giving the patient hope for future dental solutions.

CE
Hassle Free Cementation - Predictable Bonding Protocols for Every Surface
Presenter: Dr. Rolando Nunez
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/3/18
  Etchable ceramic restorations (feldspathic and lithium disilicate, etc.) are the best options in order to achieve proper anatomy, function, and esthetics. Nevertheless, they require a thorough bonding protocol in order to achieve a solid cementation procedure. This CE webinar will cover the protocols on how to bond to the ceramic surface as well as the tooth surface. Current materials used, which ones are more effective and which ones should be avoided.

CE
Bonding to Zirconia: Myths, Reality, and Current State of the Art
Presenter: Dr. Rolando Nunez
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/19/18
  Zirconia has become a popular material in restorative dentistry. When compared to other materials, it has superior physical properties while providing great esthetics. Nevertheless, bonding to this surface can be a clinical challenge if protocols are not thoroughly followed. The main purpose of this CE webinar is to understand how to effectively bond to zirconia in order to achieve predictable results in a consistent fashion.
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