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ACDE LIVESTREAM - 2022

McGill University, Continuing Dental Education in conjunction with the Association for Continuing Dental Education (ACDE), along with 30 of its member schools jointly presents the “ACDE Webinar Series”.

Our livestream courses are held with Zoom software.

Please watch for registration email sent immediately when you register - it will give you instructions for pre-registering in Zoom in order to obtain the course link before the date of the course.

 
Digital Workflow - Single-tooth Replacement

Tuesday, May 3 |   8:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Course Description:

The maturation of the field of implant dentistry with regards to technology, materials and the biologic interface has improved treatment efficiency as well as both esthetic and functional predictability. The streamlining of patient care to minimize surgical insult and improve restorative longevity has come to the forefront of clinical demands and continuing education. The utilization of a comprehensive and synergistic digital workflow, based on sound evidence-based principles and team communication, is one way to satisfy these demands.

Successful incorporation of these evolving digital protocols are bringing immediate and esthetic success to a broader group of clinicians and their patients.

This presentation will focus on sound treatment philosophy incorporating the latest technology and digital options. Patient presentations highlighting step-wise planning and treatment will concentrate on clinical situations focused on single tooth replacement with a focus on immediate implants and esthetic outcomes.

Dentists: $75

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William C Martin, DMD, MS, FACP

ODQ CEU: 1.5  |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Hot Topics in Dental Pharmacology

Thursday, May 12 |   8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Course Description:

An update on current issues focusing on biologic agents (monoclonal antibodies), pain management and antibiotic therapy.

 

Dentists: $59

 

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Arthur H. Jeske, DMD, PhD

                 

ODQ CEU: 1 |  CERP CEU: 1

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Bioactive Materials for Pulp Protection and Pulp Capping

Monday, May 16 |   8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Course Description:

In the past years there has been an influx of bioactive dental materials in the market aiming to improve biocompatibility and the response of the dentin-pulp complex when pulp protection therapies are indicated. These materials have different features in composition, indications, and handling technique. Not all these materials have science to support effectiveness clinically. This presentation will provide a brief overview of the materials clinicians have available for pulp protection, their mechanism of action, and overall success rates of pulp capping therapies in adults.

Dentists: $59

 

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Ana Bedran-Russo, DDS, MS, PhD

                 

ODQ CEU: 1 |  CERP CEU: 1

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Turning Patient Questions into Opportunities: Effective, Evidence-Based Communication for a Covid World

Wednesday, May 25 |   8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Course Description:

Communication is the art and science of making yourself heard. Patients have always had questions, but the Covid era has heightened their search for information. It is vital that the dentist and their team be able to provide not only accurate, evidence-based information but the proper perspective to digest the facts and choose a course of action. A conversation with a patient is not an intellectual exercise. It is an opportunity to deliver specific messages to an interested audience. This course will examine the science of communication and the art of understanding.

Dentists: $99

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Matthew Messina, DDS

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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The Art and Science of Endodontic Diagnosis

Wednesday, Jun 1 |   8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Course Description:

Successful management of the dental patient relies on accurately identifying and managing odontogenic pain and/or pathology. Diagnosis is the first step on the road to success. Although the main diagnostic tools available to us remain unchanged for years, if performed sequentially and correctly, a fairly reliable assessment of whether and where an endodontic intervention is necessary can be obtained.

This seminar will review how to acquire a comprehensive history from the patient and methodically and systematically conduct clinical and radiographic tests in order to arrive at an accurate diagnosis. The physiology of pulpal and periradicular pathosis will be detailed, which will aid in interpreting the chief complaint of the patient and the results of the various objective clinical tests. Lastly, we will review pathologies mimicking endodontic pathosis and odontogenic infection and discuss the applications of CBCT imaging in differential and definite diagnosis and its limitations.

Dentists: $99

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Georgia Nikoloudaki, DDS, MSc, FRCD(C)

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Class II Restorative Complications and Solutions

Friday, Jun 3 |   11:00 AM to 1:00 PM

Course Description:

The go-to material of choice for posterior Class II restorations is resin composite. Despite our best efforts, complications with the direct placement of composite happen—sensitivity, marginal overhangs, chipping, and de-bonding just to name a few. Dr. Brock combines over twenty years of clinical experience in private practice with original research by his team at the University of Louisville School of Dentistry to provide practical solutions to these far too common complications.

Dentists: $99

 

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David P. Brock, DMD, MS

                 

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Busting Biofilm: Classic to New Age Solutions

Thursday, Jun 9 |   8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Course Description:

Biofilm management is a principal goal of preventive and nonsurgical periodontal therapy. As part of maintaining optimal oral health, biofilm management requires daily patient self-care in combination with routine professional care for biofilm removal. Traditional methods of subgingival biofilm management included hand and ultrasonic instrumentation, and supragingival biofilm removal focused on various polishing techniques. More recent innovations have focused on subgingival air polishing for the removal of biofilm from root surfaces with a glycine-based powder. As oral health care professionals we must also stay up to date with biofilm removal products that best meet each patient’s needs.

Dentists: $99

 

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Jennifer B. Harmon, RDH, MS

                 

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Diagnostic Tests in Periodontics: Concepts and Applications

Tuesday, Jun 14 |   8:00 PM to 10:00 PM

Course Description:

Over the years, knowledge on periodontal microbiology and immunology enabled the identification of bacteria/molecules that could serve as markers of risk of disease activity and periodontal breakdown. These advances, coupled with the constant progress of biotechnology tools now enable clinicians to monitor some of these markers to promote a chairside surveillance of periodontal health and anticipate periodontal breakdown in treated patients.

This course aims at presenting a review of periodontal disease progression concepts and the rationale behind some of the markers and biological fluids used in periodontal diagnostic tests. Additionally, basic principles of the biotechnological tools used to detect and quantify these markers are to be presented, along with their relative advantages, limitations, and potential pitfalls.

Dentists: $99

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Eraldo L. Batista, Jr. DDS, MSc, DSC, FRCD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Surgical Microscope Enhancing Periodontal and Implant Treatment Outcomes

Thursday, Jun 23 |   8:00 PM to 9:00 PM

Course Description:  

Using the surgical microscope for improving periodontal and implant-related regenerative outcomes is happening.  Increased magnification (10 to 25x) and confocal illumination make possible precise incision, soft tissue reflection and management, complete surface detoxification and detailed suturing.  These delicate procedures can lead to improved wound stability and early revascularization, which may improve regenerative outcomes and reduce postoperative morbidity.  This course will focus on the principles and rationale of using the surgical microscope for periodontal and guided bone regeneration, supplemented by case demonstrations. 

Dentists: $59

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Hsun-Liang Chan, DDS, MS

ODQ CEU: 1 |  CERP CEU: 1

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Nitrous Oxide Analgesia

Wednesday, July 13 |   8:00 PM to 9:30 PM

Course Description:

This course will introduce the participant to the use of nitrous oxide conscious sedation to manage anxiety in patients. It is designed as an introduction for the dental professional with little background in the use of nitrous oxide and as a refresher for those with previous training. It is a basic course that presents background information and step-by-step procedures for nitrous oxide administration.

Dentists: $75

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R. Glenn Rosivack, DDS

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Infection Control in the Era of COVID-19

Friday, July 15 | 11AM to 1:00 PM

Course Description:

The cluster of severe pneumonia cases caused by a novel coronavirus first reported in Wuhan, China in December of 2019 has now circled the globe. To date millions of cases have been reported and the number of cases in the USA as well as worldwide are increasing at an alarming rate. The cause of these infections was shortly identified as a novel of coronavirus similar to the SARS coronavirus that emerged in 2003. Although similar to SARS this new virus has been identified as a novel, never reported virus now called SARS-CoV-2. This virus causes a severe acute respiratory syndrome in some patients and this disease has been named COVID-19 (coronavirus disease-2019). Unfortunately, this virus is capable of very efficient person-to-person transmission and was declared a pandemic by March of 2020. The alarming spread of this infection in the USA has had a dramatic adverse impact on dental practice. This program will provide dental providers with the latest information on the epidemiology, testing, treatment and management of COVID-19. The latest COVID-19 vaccines and vaccination strategies will be discussed. Additionally, this program will provide dental providers with the latest information on the management of COVID-19 in the dental office. Paramount to controlling this pandemic are the principles of respiratory hygiene and cough etiquette and enhancements in respiratory protection that may need to be implemented. Emphasis will be placed on compliance issues and how a practical, cost effective “safe workplace” can be achieved.

Dentists: $99

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Louis G. DePaola, DDS, MS, FAAOM, FACD  

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Simplifying Adhesive Dentistry

Friday, July 22 | 11AM to 12:30 PM

Course Description:

Adhesive Dentistry has completely modified the treatment planning and procedural steps of modern dentistry. The use of adhesive systems and polymeric materials, such as resin composites, and the association with ceramics has allowed clinicians to preserve more sound dental structures during restorative procedures, reaching outstanding esthetic results with good mechanical strength and longevity. However, the high technique sensitivity of such procedures can lead to problems such as the presence of marginal gaps, color alteration, marginal staining, reduced mechanical strength, de-bonding, reduced longevity, post-op sensitivity and others. The proper use of technique and indication of the materials is essential for a successful restorative procedure. The aim of this course is to provide evidence-based information to the clinician, explaining how to apply complex concepts to clinical practice, in a simple way.

Dentists: $75

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Rafael Pacheco, D.D.S., M.Sc. , Ph.D

 

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Main Challenges for Recent Graduates Performing Endodontic Therapy

Monday, August 1 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

This presentation is geared principally toward the recent dental graduate who feels somewhat intimidated by endodontics.  Most undergraduate dentals schools have such busy curriculums that minimal time is devoted to clinical endodontics.  Consequently, this session will be dedicated to such issues as practical diagnosis, when to refer, how to achieve profound anesthesia, minimization of iatrogenic errors, various instrumentation techniques and obturation options.

Dentists: $99

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Anne L. Koch, DMD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Pharmacology Update for Todays Dental Practice

Monday, August 1 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

In this lecture we will review and become familiar with drugs that impact the daily general practice. We will discuss how to evaluate new drugs and potential effects in dental practice.

Dentists: $59

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Michael Pruett, DMD

ODQ CEU: 1 |  CERP CEU: 1

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Intuitive Endodontics

Monday, August 15 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

As a result of recent advances in metallurgy, we now have both heat treated and non-heat treated rotary files.  They each possess different properties and both have distinct indications for use, as well as limitations. Drs. Koch believes that these improvements should be employed to their utmost advantage.  Consequently, a blended technique has been developed that combines the advantages of both heat treated and non-heat treated files into one Awesome Endodontic Technique!!!  A technique that is completely intuitive by design!

Dentists: $99

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Anne L. Koch, DMD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Periodontal Update for the Hygiene Team

Thursday, August 25 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

Connections Between System and Periodontal Disease: There is emerging evidence to support the existence of a two-way relationship between some systemic diseases and periodontitis, with systemic inflammation increasing the risk for periodontitis, and periodontal inflammation negatively affecting systemic health. Understanding of this relationship and incorporating strategies for chair side screening and making appropriate referrals and management of these patients will help dental care providers to better address patients’ oral and overall health and will also strengthen the role of dental hygienist as an integral component of the interdisciplinary healthcare.

Overview of the New Classification of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Diseases and Conditions: A new periodontal classification system emerged from the American Academy of Periodontology (AAP) and the European Federation of Periodontology (EFP) 2017 World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal and Peri-Implant Diseases and Conditions. This new classification system will allow dental hygienists and dentists to individualize periodontal care for the patients and address multidimensional factors to provide comprehensive therapy and to improve the oral health outcomes.

Dentists: $99

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Maninder Kaur, BDS, MPH, MS

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Red, White and Ulcerative Lesions: When Bad Things Happen to Good Oral Mucosa

Saturday, August 27 | 11 AM to 1 PM

Course Description:

Pathology of the oral mucosa entails a vast array of diseases that often confuse even the most experienced clinician. This course aims to use a “basic lesion” classification of oral mucosal pathology to help navigate and prioritize diagnosis and management of the patient.

Part 1: Red and White Lesions of the Oral Mucosa

“Redness” and ‘whiteness” are mainstays of clinical oral pathology. Utilizing these two parameters, separately and in combination, we will go through actual patient cases, ranging from the commonly encountered to the rare and/or complicated ones and discuss how to reach realistic, concrete decisions for the patient’s oral health care in clinical real time. Emphasis will be given on how to select appropriate diagnostic methodology and how to initiate and handle interdisciplinary communications where applicable for the patient’s condition. An update on treatment will be provided where it is useful to the dental practitioner.

Part 2: Ulcerative Oral Conditions

Oral ulcers or “sores “are among the most frequently encountered chief complaints in the dental practice. Using the characteristics of an ulcer (appearance, chronicity, pain, location and number of lesions) this part of the course prepares the clinician to systematically develop diagnostic assessment and treatment planning for a broad range of oral ulcerative conditions. Using clinical cases encountered in the largest oral medicine referral center in Michigan, we will present diagnostic decision trees and discuss which additional tests including tissue biopsy are necessary to arrive at a final diagnosis. Finally, we will provide therapeutic guidelines for common oral ulcerative conditions.

Dentists: $99

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Theodora Danciu, DMD, DMSc                                       

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eleni Gagari, DMD, DMSc

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Esthetic Concepts in Implant Dentistry

Friday, September 9 | 11 AM to 12:30 PM

Course Description:

Description and review of concepts related to dental implants in an esthetic zone. This presentation will include hard and soft tissue considerations for long term maintenance of peri-implant health. Implants in an esthetic area are considered complex due to a variety of reasons. A clinician needs to consider various aspects such as ridge dimensions, smile line, soft tissue quality, implant position, papilla height among others, when placing implants in an esthetic region.

Dentists: $75

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Hima Bindu Dukka, BDS, MSD, MPH                                   

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Prevention and Management of Oral Complications in Medical Oncology

Wednesday, September 14 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

Dentists and members of dental teams play a crucial role in the management of oncology patients. This presentation will focus on identification and treatment/prevention of common oral complications of cancer therapy with a focus on complications of chemotherapy and hematopoietic cell transplantation including oral mucositis, oral infections, salivary gland dysfunction, medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw, and emerging complications of immunotherapies.

Dentists: $99

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David Dean, DDS, MSD, DABOM, FDS RCSEd, FACD                                 

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Collaborative Healthcare for Adults with Intellectual Disabilities

Wednesday, September 14 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

Dental professionals are expected to care for patients with different needs and abilities across the lifespan.   Dentists will learn how to meet the treatment needs for persons with intellectual disabilities in a collaborative incremental care model. We will review effective practice management strategies for successful delivery of treatment in a health team approach.  The principles of collaborative care patient management, oral health prevention and necessary accommodations across the lifespan are emphasized.

Dentists: $99

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David Fray, DDS, MBA, FICD, FACD                            

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Cone Beam CT: Technical Aspects to Get the Most Out of it in the Clinics

Sunday, September 25 | 11 AM to 12:30 PM

Course Description:

This course will provide clinicians an overview of the different technical aspects involved in acquiring, reconstructing, and viewing cone beam CT images to improve image quality and lead to better use of CBCT as an essential tool for diagnosis.

Dentists: $75

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Gustavo Machado Santaella, D.D.S., M.S., Ph.D.

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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How to Practically Manage the side effects of Mandibular Advancement Devices in the Treatment of Obstructive Sleep Apnea. An interactive webinar

Saturday, October 1 | 11 AM to 1 PM

Course Description:

Dentists are now an integral part of the multidisciplinary team responsible for treating sleep breathing disorders, particularly due to the growing contribution of mandibular advancement devices (MADs) to the treatment of adult patients. MADs are anchored to the teeth to force the mandible into an advanced position, mechanically widening the upper airways and reducing their collapsibility. However, the stretching of muscles and ligaments of the jaws generates stresses, which are transmitted back to the teeth, periodontium and temporomandibular joints.

Understanding and managing the side effects associated with MADs seem absolutely necessary for patient support, helping to reduce short-term adherence failures. As joint adaptations and occlusal changes gradually take place, following continuous wear of MADS, long-term support and monitoring is also necessary. 

 

This interactive Webinar will test your knowledge about MAD therapy, as well as your differential diagnosis and therapeutic approach for their related side effects. It will be organized around clinical cases with very different profiles, as well as different designs of oral appliances. 

Dentists: $99

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Julia Cohen-Levy, DDS, MSc, PhD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Recognizing and Managing Critical Oral Pathology

Thursday, October 6 | 8 PM to 9 PM

Course Description:

Ever encounter an oral lesion and not know what it is or what to do about it? Join us to review concerning oral lesions with plenty of pictures and management recommendations.  This lecture will start by reviewing the vast differential diagnosis of oral ulceration from benign common entities to oral manifestations of systemic diseases to oral cancer. Next, entities classified as oral potentially malignant disorders will be discussed followed by examples of oral cancer and a review of risk factors. Finally, the importance of head and neck exams and biopsies will be emphasized through an interactive picture session.

 

Dentists: $59

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Sarah Glass, DDS

ODQ CEU: 1 |  CERP CEU: 1

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Alternative Medicine for the Dental healthcare provider

Monday, October 17 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

In the early 1900’s Herbal Supplements were the hallmark of the pharmaceutical industry.  About 67% of all medicine listed in the United States Pharmacopeia (USP) were botanicals.  Now only 2% of all entries in the USP are botanicals.  With the cost of rising health care, and a shift towards self-medicating, the consumer demand for 100% natural products has increased dramatically.  This Course will review the most common/y used herbs and natural substances. It will also provide you with information on drug herb interactions and unsafe herbs and natural supplements.

 

Dentists: $99

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Pamela Alberto, DMD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Top 5 prescribed drugs: What do you need to know?

Friday, October 21 | 11 AM to 12:30 PM

Course Description:

Pharmacology is the study of Drugs and their effects on the human body.  Chronic medical conditions such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, endocrine disorders, and neurological conditions are very prevalent worldwide.   In this course we will discuss the top 5 prescribed drugs in North America. We will review the pharmacological actions of these drugs, any reported adverse reactions and drug interactions associated with their use.  We will review the effects of these medications on the oral cavity and any needed dental modifications for these patients.  Specific emphasis will be given to the effects and interactions of these commonly prescribed drugs with those often given by dentists namely, local anesthetics, analgesics, antibiotics, and antifungals.

Dentists: $75

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Aviv Ouanounou, BSc, MSc, DDS, FICO, FICD, FACD

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Cracked Teeth: Diagnosis and Management from an Endodontic Perspective

Tuesday, October 25 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

Cracked teeth are commonly seen in daily endodontic practice. This presentation will discuss the clinical diagnosis of cracked teeth and the treatment options. Endodontic treatment has been proved to be effective in saving most cracked teeth. 

Dentists: $99

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Feng-Ming Wang, D.D.S, Ph.D

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Implant Dental Malpractice: Avoiding the Inevitable

Thursday, November 3 | 8 PM to 9:30 PM

Course Description:

Surgical placement of dental implants have become a significant part of many dental practitioners, specialist and generalists with all surgical procedures that can be risk of complications. However, with recent technological advances in imaging and planning, those risks have been significantly reduced to the point that failure to employ such systems is being considered evidence of substandard care. 3D imaging is directly affecting the recognition, management, and treatment of complications. This program will provide current information on the evolving standards for treatment planning, imaging, recognition and management of complications.

Dentists: $75

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Arthur Curley, J.D.

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Caries Management in Practice

Monday, November 7 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

The course will provide the latest evidence-based information on caries risk assessment and caries management that will aid the practitioner and his/her team in delivering optimal care for all patients in clinical practice.  The course will describe the tools to implement “caries management by risk assessment” in the dental office or in an academic environment.  Implementation in dental practice provides patients with genuine hope and success in the management of their oral health.  It is a practice builder.

Dentists: $99

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John D.B. Featherstone MSc, PhD

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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The Worn Dentition: Finding ways to Meet & Treat the Challenges...from planning through execution

Thursday, November 10 | 8 PM to 9:30 PM

Course Description:

The course will provide the latest evidence-based information on caries risk assessment and caries management that will aid the practitioner and his/her team in delivering optimal care for all patients in clinical practice.  The course will describe the tools to implement “caries management by risk assessment” in the dental office or in an academic environment.  Implementation in dental practice provides patients with genuine hope and success in the management of their oral health.  It is a practice builder.

Dentists: $75

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Marshall D. Fagin, DDS

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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Bad to the Bone: Dental Oncology for the Restorative Dental Team

Tuesday, November 15 | 8 PM to 10 PM

Course Description:

 We are winning the battle against cancer, which means that more people are living longer . . . and will need the help of their dentist!  With increasing frequency, every dental practice will see patients undergoing cancer treatment and who are at risk of the side effects and sequelae of their care. In 2018, The Ohio State University College of Dentistry launched the Dental Oncology Clinic, geared to providing comprehensive care for cancer patients. The goal is to minimize the risks of dental care for patients undergoing cancer treatment, provide information and education for patients, their families and healthcare providers, and to enhance the quality of life for cancer patients.  This course presents a compilation of the experience gained by that clinic, which will provide tools that the attendee can use immediately in the care of their patients.  The attendees will receive materials that can become a reference manual for the practice in the assessment and treatment of oncology patients.

Dentists: $99

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Matthew Messina, DDS

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Treatment planning for full arch implant rehabilitation (Digitally driven implant dentistry)

Saturday, December 3 | 11 AM to 1 PM

Course Description:

This course offers an introduction to implant planning in full arch cases. It includes the use of digital technology to plan and restore the fully edentulous patients.

Dentists: $99

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Mohamed Gebril, BDS, MESc, MSc/Dip (Prosthodontics), FRCD(C)

ODQ CEU: 2 |  CERP CEU: 2

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Oral Pathology Review & Updates

Thursday, December 8 | 8 PM to 9:30 PM

Course Description:

The speaker will discuss common pathologies of the orofacial complex and the clinical, pathologic, and radiographic features (when applicable). This session will also address the clinical manifestations of common ulcerative lesions in the oral cavity.

Also covered will be oral cancer, HPV related oropharyngeal squamous cell carcinoma, and other HPV related oral lesions. The oral systemic disease connection will be discussed.

Dentists: $75

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Elizabeth Ann Bilodeau, DMD, MD, MSEd

ODQ CEU: 1.5 |  CERP CEU: 1.5

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