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CE
Vital Pulp Therapy for Restorative Dentistry: Pulp Exposures, Sensitivity, and More
Presenter: Dr. Lauren Kuhn
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/24/21
  “I never had pain until you did that filling… now I probably need a root canal.” We’ve all heard this from our patients. Whether it’s right or wrong, these statements impact dentists’ confidence and reputations. Wouldn’t it be nice if there were materials to help us when a pulp exposure occurs? Or when we suspect the patient will have post-op sensitivity after placement of a deep direct restoration? This CE webinar discusses how to maintain pulp vitality in cases of deep caries and restorations. We will emphasize management of pulp exposures (direct pulp caps), deep restorations (indirect pulp caps), and how to select pulp capping materials. We will compare bioceramics against other pulp capping materials. Examples of pulp capping materials will be given, so that you can implement these techniques in your practice.

CE
MIH: Diagnosis and New Treatment Modalities
Presenter: Dr. Lance Kisby
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/24/21
  MIH is a type of enamel defect affecting first molars and incisors in permanent dentition. It is a worldwide problem and usually manifests in children under the age of 10 years old. This CE webinar will help dental professionals to recognize and diagnose MIH similarities and variations in pediatric patients vs. adult patients. It will also help to describe the multifactorial causes of MIH and finally the various treatment options dependent upon the severity of the anomaly of MIH.

CE
Delivering Successful Anesthetic: Beyond What You Learned in Dental School!
Presenter: Dr. Lori Trost
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/30/20
  Dental anesthetics and pain management are routine in every dental practice. However, delivering an effective and painless injection can some times be challenging, stressful, along with schedule changing. This CE webinar will review current anesthetic agents and offer common sense approaches to easily administering dental anesthetics for a successful outcome. Go beyond what you learned in school!

CE
Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Technique
Presenter: Dr. Juan Yepes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/19/20
  Caries management strategies are evolving and moving away from the typical treatment of “drilling and filling”. Silver diamine fluoride (SDF) was introduced to the US market in 2015. This CE webinar will define and explain the technique called Silver Modified Atraumatic Technique (SMART) in which SDF is applied and immediately restored or sealed with different dental materials. The CE webinar will cover the main physical properties and advantages of the available dental materials and the role with the SMART technique. Clinical cases will be use to illustrate the technique.

CE
Interim Therapeutic Restorations (ITR) in Times of Coronavirus
Presenter: Dr. Juan Yepes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/19/20
  This CE webinar will provide to the attendee with the most up-to-date information regarding the ITR, including indications, materials and outcomes. The CE webinar will use case-presentation as the learning and discussion format and will cover the entire spectrum of this technique with special emphasis in new materials available for the dentist.

CE
How Deep is Your Bug? Treatment for Deep Carious Lesions in Vital Primary Teeth
Presenter: Dr. Jarod Johnson
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/2/19
  The main goal in treating deep carious lesions in primary teeth is to maintain a healthy tooth structure and radicular bone to allow the primary tooth to serve in function until natural exfoliation. Treatment modalities that are currently used include indirect pulp therapy, direct pulp therapy, and the coronal pulpotomy. This CE webinar will cover treatment modalities for deep carious lesions in vital primary teeth, and the use of bioceramics to achieve clinical success

CE
Complete Endodontic Treatment in One Visit
Presenter: Dr. Stephen Cohen
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 7/30/19
  This CE webinar will guide the clinician from profound local anesthesia for the “hot” mandibular molar up through final obturation of all canals.

CE
Bioactive Materials for Safeguarding the Pulp
Presenter: Dr. Martin Jablow
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/12/18
  In this CE webinar, the participant will learn the following
• When to attempt vital pulp therapy and when not to
• Choosing a bioactive material for direct vital pulp capping
• What the research says about the various direct pulp capping materials

CE
Don’t Let Your Anesthetic Be a Pain
Presenter: Dr. Lori Trost
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 4/30/18
  This CE webinar will provide a common sense approach to selecting and administering dental anesthetics. Key components such as how to reduce patients’ anxiety and calming strategies will be given to transform the clinical setting into a more welcoming environment. The psychology of pain will also be discussed along with techniques for hard-to-numb patients. Create more predictability in your anesthetic outcomes, reduce your stress, and allow patients to leave with a better feeling.

CE
Protect the Pulp Using Bioactive Materials
Presenter: Dr. Martin Jablow
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/7/18
  In this CE webinar, the student will learn:
• The indications and contraindications for vital pulp therapy
• What materials bioactive materials are available for pulp capping
• What does the research tell us about pulp capping success

CE
Single Cone Endodontic Obturation Using Gutta Percha in Conjunction with a Bioactive Bioceramic Sealer
Presenter: Dr. Randall Cohen
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/17/17
  In this CE webinar, Dr. Cohen will discuss endodontic obturation and present a technique using a single gutta percha cone in conjunction with a bioactive sealer. This innovative means of completing the root canal using this advanced material is easier, faster, safer, and more predictable than traditional methods.

CE
I'll Never Do Another Root Canal
Presenter: Dr. Ron Kaminer
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/5/16
  This sound heard round the Dental world is way too common. New materials, instruments, anesthetics and plain old simplified techniques takes most of the guesswork about being successful with day to day endodontics. In this CE webinar, join Dr. Kaminer as he gets you "Pumped UP" about doing routine root canals in your practice.

CE
Vital Pulp Therapy: Predictable Treatment of Pulp Exposure Without Endodontic Therapy
Presenter: Dr. Robert Salehrabi
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/2/15
  This CE webinar will discuss clinical cases where deep caries, or pulp exposures could be predictably treated without the need for endodontic treatment. New bio-compatible material will be presented, based on scientific research, with excellent outcomes.

CE
The Dental Needle: Improving Patient Satisfaction and Growth
Presenter: Dr. Sean Boynes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/22/15
  One of the main ways dental providers are judged is their ability to provide anesthetic injections. A major component to successful injections relates to the use of the dental needle. The needle weighs very heavy in the overall dental lore. This CE webinar will discuss and explore the characteristics and use of the dental need within the dental profession.

CE
The Role of Oraverse (Phentolamine Mesylate) in Dental Practice
Presenter: Dr. Sean Boynes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/9/15
  Dental patients appreciate options for reducing or eliminating the effects of local anesthetics. Previous reports signify that patients find oral numbness annoying, uncomfortable, and an alteration to quality of life. Agents for anesthetic reversal such as OraVerse can be a useful agent to improve the patient experience and overall appointment satisfaction. This CE webinar will explore OraVerse as an agent in dentistry.

CE
Biomimetic Dentistry - A Paradigm Shift
Presenter: Dr. Randall Cohen
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 3/18/15
  In this CE webinar, Dr. Cohen reviews the fundamentals of the shift in how teeth are restored and shows step-by-step how to create securely bonded, fail safe restorations that avoid the downside aspects of full cutdown crowns.

CE
Tips and Tricks for Maxillary Anesthesia (2014)
Presenter: Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 9/17/14
  From anesthetizing a single tooth to the entire quadrant, what techniques and agents can be used to achieve quality anesthesia in the maxilla? This CE webinar will review the specific techniques, from simple infiltrations to intraligamentary (PDL) and intraosseous techniques, through regional blocks such as the infraorbital, AMSA, and ASA, and complete maxillary division nerve blocks. Recommendations for selection of anesthetic agents based upon the currently available evidence will also be discussed.

CE
Options for Mandibular Anesthesia (2014)
Presenter: Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/3/14
  From anesthetizing a single tooth to the entire quadrant, what techniques and agents can be used to achieve pulpal anesthesia in the mandible? This CE webinar will review the specific techniques, from simple infiltrations through Inferior Alveolar, Gow-Gates, and Vazirani-Akinosi blocks, and discuss their success rates and recommendations for selection of anesthetic agents based upon the currently available evidence.

CE
Update on Pulp Capping Procedures
Presenter: Dr. Robert Levin
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/20/14
  Pulp capping procedures have historically been challenging. The primary objective is to save the tooth, however, due to the uncertainty of success with this procedure some clinicians opt for root canal therapy. This CE webinar is designed to introduce the various products available today for direct and indirect pulp capping and to give the clinician an overview of their strengths and weaknesses.

CE
Mastering Direct Placement Restorative Materials (2014)
Presenter: Dr. John Comisi
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 5/6/14
  Today’s direct restorative materials have vastly improved physical properties and uses that can significantly improve the restorations we place today. In this CE webinar, we will examine the benefits and drawbacks of even these superior materials: where they are called for, what they can do to benefit the restorative process and where they can fail.

CE
A New Focus on Bioactive and Biocompatible Materials
Presenter: Dr. Richard Trushkowsky
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 1/8/14
  In today’s dental marketplace there are several bioactive and biocompatible materials available for the dental practitioner. This webinar will discuss: what bioactivity is, the differences between the materials available and their uses, how to maintain or restore the integrity of the pulp, and how to treat perforations, apexification, and both internal and external resportions. At the completion of this CE webinar, the student will have a deeper understanding of bioactive and biocompatible materials.

CE
Tips and Tricks for Maxillary Anesthesia
Presenter: Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 12/18/13
  From anesthetizing a single tooth to the entire quadrant, what techniques and agents can be used to achieve quality anesthesia in the maxilla? This CE webinar will review the specific techniques, from simple infiltrations to intraligamentary (PDL) and intraosseous techniques, through regional blocks such as the infraorbital, AMSA, and ASA, and complete maxillary division nerve blocks. Recommendations for selection of anesthetic agents based upon the currently available evidence will also be discussed.

CE
Mastering Direct Placement Restorative Materials
Presenter: Dr. John Comisi
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/4/13
  Today’s direct restorative materials have vastly improved physical properties and uses that can significantly improve the restorations we place today. They also enable us to perform more minimally invasive procedures since following the “rules” set up by G.V. Black for cavity preparation are not readily needed when using today’s high tech direct placement materials. However, we must still fully understand the benefits and drawbacks of even these superior materials: where they are called for, what they can do to benefit the restorative process and where they can fail.

CE
Pediatric Pulp Therapy - Confusion Clarified
Presenter: Dr. Alan Milnes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/27/13
  This CE webinar will cover a topic which often confronts family dentists but which was probably not taught well, or at all, in dental school - pediatric pulp therapy. Dr. Milnes will discuss, with the aid of evidence-based practice guidelines, the basics of pediatric pulp therapy, tried and true methods to aid the dentist in making an accurate diagnosis for a child with tooth pain. As well, he will discuss the management of pediatric pulp pathoses taking into consideration important criteria such as age, behaviour, dental development and the strategic importance (or lack thereof) of certain primary teeth and, last but not least, the materials available today- both old and new - for treating pediatric pulp tissues.

CE
Options for Mandibular Anesthesia
Presenter: Alan Budenz, MS, DDS, MBA
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/9/13
  From anesthetizing a single tooth to the entire quadrant, what techniques and agents can be used to achieve pulpal anesthesia in the mandible? This CE webinar will review the specific techniques, from simple infiltrations through Inferior Alveolar, Gow-Gates, and Vazirani-Akinosi blocks, and discuss their success rates and recommendations for selection of anesthetic agents based upon the currently available evidence.

CE
The Dental Needle: Improving Patient Satisfaction and Practice Growth
Presenter: Dr. Sean Boynes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 6/18/13
  This webinar will evaluate the role of the dental needle from a patient’s perspective and provide empirical evidence of how impactful the needle is to the patient experience. Advances in technology and techniques of needle design will be discussed in a format that relates to the chronological application of local anesthetic delivery. With the ideal being the delivery of the least painful injection possible, the characteristics of needle design and how to appropriately select a needle for practice is discussed. Additionally, complications and adverse events that occur in the dental office due to the dental hypodermic needle will be thoroughly presented.

CE
Treatment Planning for the 21st Century: Don’t Keep the Future Out of Reach
Presenter: Dr. Leonard Hess
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/12/12
  Many times making teeth look pretty is the easy part. Having these restorations stand the test of time and function comfortably for the patient is the real challenge. People have come to expect a lot from modern dentistry, and nothing is better than meeting and exceeding expectations.

CE
The Role of Oraverse (Phentolamine Mesylate) in Dental Practice
Presenter: Dr. Sean Boynes
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 10/24/12
  This CE webinar will provide a comprehensive review of the pharmacology, efficacy, and safety of Oraverse. Since its FDA approval in 2008, Oraverse has been increasingly used in dental practice. There exists variation between dental providers on how it is marketed and used during the daily course of comprehensive dental care delivery. Using evidence based information including the introduction of a new study evaluating its real world use, the presentation will analyze and describe phentolamine mesylate’s role in current dental practice.

CE
Local Anesthesia: Reasons for Failure and Remedies for Success
Presenter: Dr. David Isen
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 11/7/11
  This CE webinar will explore the reasons for incomplete local anesthesia. A discussion regarding anatomy, pharmacology and patient factors and to how they relate to deficient anesthesia will be presented. Methods to achieve as close to 100% success as possible will be highlighted.

CE
Increasing the Success and Predictability of Fixed Prosthodontic Impressions Utilizing a Contemporary Hemostatic Retraction Gel
Presenter: Dr. Leonard Hess
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Home Study)

Release Date: 8/15/11
  This CE webinar demonstrates how to avoid the downfalls of impression taking by utilizing a hemostatic gel in conjunction with or without retraction cord.
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