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Integrating Local Anesthetics into an Opioid Sparing Pain Management Protocol
Presenter: Dr. Stuart Lieblich
Sponsor: Pierrel Pharma
Tue  5/11/21    7:00 PM ET    4:00 PM PT
Tue  5/11/21    11:00 PM UTC
CE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
Dentists have an important role to play in the opioid crisis. It is estimated that over 40% of a young adult’s first prescription of an opioid comes from a dentist. This group of patients are the most susceptible to developing an addiction to these drugs. This CE webinar will discuss the various issues of pain management and control with a focus at eliminating the need for opioids. It starts with initial management of pain by effective local anesthetic administration. The utilization of local anesthetic agents such as articaine have been shown to reduce the initial pain. This is then augmented with longer acting agents combined with non-steroidal and acetaminophen systemic administration. By using strategies currently available in practice dentists can work to be part of the solution to the opioid epidemic.


Making It Perfect! Adjusting and Cutting Through Zirconia Crowns
Presenter: Dr. Martin Jablow
Sponsor: Microcopy
Thu  5/13/21    7:00 PM ET    4:00 PM PT
Thu  5/13/21    11:00 PM UTC
CE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
Adjusting and cutting into Zirconia crowns should be a simple process but little mistakes can give catastrophic results. Knowing the differences in burs and the proper way to adjust zirconia crowns can make the difference between a positive result or the need for a remake.


Aerosols in Dentistry: The Continuing Story of Respiratory Protection
Presenter: Mary Govoni, CDA, RDA, RDH, MBA
Sponsor: Halyard
Mon  5/17/21    7:00 PM ET    4:00 PM PT
Mon  5/17/21    11:00 PM UTC
CE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
All through the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, dental professionals have struggled with the issue of exposure to airborne infectious disease. Supplies of surgical masks and respirators have been in short supply. Guidance from regulatory agencies has been confusing at times. And dental practices want to provide care for their patients in a safe environment. This CE webinar will discuss the latest OSHA regulations and CDC guidance for respiratory protection during aerosol-generating procedures as well as the provide an update on all types of respiratory protection, training requirements and creating a respiratory protection plan for a dental practice.


Vital Pulpal Therapy for the Primary Dentition
Presenter: Dr. Carla Cohn
Sponsor: Bisco
Tue  5/18/21    7:00 PM ET    4:00 PM PT
Tue  5/18/21    11:00 PM UTC
CE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
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.


Revolutionizing Composite Dentistry: How Key Fundamentals Lead to Predictable and Consistent Restorations
Presenter: Dr. Matthew Burton
Sponsor: Young Innovations
Wed  5/19/21    7:00 PM ET    4:00 PM PT
Wed  5/19/21    11:00 PM UTC
CE Credits: 1 Interactive CEU
In this CE webinar I will share some fundamentals of diagnosing, preparation design, and placement technique. I will also share some key tools that are critical in allowing dentists to broaden their horizons in direct composite restorations. Ultimately resulting in better outcomes, more consistent results, greatly improved efficiency, and a more confident dentist.


Featured On-Demand CE Webinars






Hygiene to Restorative - How to Plan for Success
Presenter: Dr. Arthur Tomaro
Sponsor: VOCO America
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Self-Study)
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The success of your treatment is based upon Diagnosis, Procedures, and Materials. With so many choices of materials, the goal is to simplify techniques and materials with an increase in efficiency. In this CE webinar, learn why varnish is a must in today's hygiene protocol and the process of preparation to the placement of both direct and Zirconium restorations.







An Adhesive Design Concept: The Inverse Injection Composite Layering Technique
Presenter: Dr. Douglas Terry
Sponsor: GC America
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Self-Study)
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This one-hour CE webinar will discuss a novel indirect/direct injection technique that adds a new dimension to the restorative process. Over the past eleven years, Dr. Terry developed an adhesive technique that adds a new dimension to restorative and esthetic dentistry. This inverse injection composite layering technique provides a precise and predictable method for translating a diagnostic wax-up or a pre-existing diagnostic model into composite restorations by mixing various hues and opacities of highly filled flowable materials. There is a myriad of applications for this technique using an Adhesive Design Concept described in Dr. Terry's latest book "Restoring with Flowables."







Cementation and Modern Indirect Materials
Presenter: Dr. Lee Ann Brady
Sponsor: GC America
CE Credits: 1 CEU (Self-Study)
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Bonding all of our indirect restorations can pose several clinical dilemmas from anesthetizing the patient at the seat appointment to how we remove the restoration when it is time to be replaced. Our modern cements have evolved along with the indirect restorative materials that we use today, allowing us to take advantage of the benefits of cementation, optimal handling properties and clinical outcomes. In this CE webinar we will look at today's glass ionomer based cement systems as well as self adhesive cementation materials and techniques.


Featured Podcast Episodes
Series: VOCO America CE Credits: 0.25
Guest: Dr. Peter Auster
Dental podcast: Welcome to DentalTalk. I'm Dr. Phil Klein. Heating composites in order to create better flowability into nooks and crannies is not new. It's been around for many years. But recently there has been advancements in this area. Now, utilizing Thermoviscous Technology, a new composite has been specifically engineered to be warmed for initial flowability, followed by sculptability. Our guest is Dr. Peter Auster, who spent 10 years in leadership positions in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is the 2022 Chairman of their Professional Education Committee. He is the founder and past-president of the Greater New York Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Dawson Academy Scholar and Catapult Education Speaker who lectures on cosmetic, reconstructive, and comparative product based dentistry.

Series: Bisco CE Credits: 0.25
Guest: Dr. Mark Cannon
Dental podcast hosted by Dr. Phil Klein: This Viva Podcast will discuss the dentist's role in research and development of new products. Our guest is Dr. Mark Cannon, a Professor of Otolaryngology, Division of Dentistry at Northwestern University, Feinberg School of Medicine, an Attending Physician at Ann and Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital and the founder of Associated Dental Specialists of Long Grove. He has 40 years of experience in pediatric dentistry and has presented lectures both nationally and internationally.

Series: VOCO America CE Credits: 0.25
Guest: Dr. Chad Duplantis
Dental podcast hosted by Dr. Phil Klein: This Viva Podcast will discuss flowable composites and their key indications. Our guest, Dr. Chad Duplantis has been in private practice since 2000 in the North Fort Worth, Texas area treating all ages with an emphasis on restorative and aesthetic dentistry.

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Respiratory Protection in Oral Care Settings: Part III (Fit Testing)
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Respiratory Protection in Oral Care Settings: Part II
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Bullet Proof Recommendations for Successful Composite Restorations
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Utilizing 3D Printing Technology in General Dentistry
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Creating Long Term Esthetics and Reliability in Today’s Demanding World
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Keeping It Simple: Enhance Your Restorative Success and Conserve Tooth Structure
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Wonderful One Visit Composite Solutions
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You Aren't Sealing a New Deck
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Restoring Teeth with High Strength Injectable Composite
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New Alternative for Patients - Long-Term Chairside Fabricated Crowns
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Cementation 2020: New Options for a Changing Dental World
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Practical Proven Prevention for your Pediatric Patients
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Going Digital: A Potentially Difficult Decision Made Easy
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Diagnostic Oral Radiographic Images in the Pediatric Patient: From A to Z
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Avoiding Failures and Resolving Aesthetic Challenges Utilizing Digital Technology
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Hey Doc, the Tooth You Restored Hurts Now! How to Avoid Post-Op Sensitivity
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