Participants will learn about:
- Understanding the pathologic process of caries
- How bioactive materials help reduce the caries process
- How S-PRG Technology, a bioactive material, promotes oral health
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Unfortunately, I missed the live broadcast, but I look forward to viewing the archive! Quick question: What is the main benefit of including a glass-ionomer component to composite restoratives?
One of the most important benefits of a bioactive material, like glass ionomer, resin modified glass ionomer and giomers is the ability to release important minerals, like fluoride, strontium and borate into the oral cavity to help neutralize the acid attack of the foods and beverages we ingest each day. Having a Giomer in your hands will enable you to get the terrific physical properties of a composite with all the benefits provided by having the remineralization and anti-plaque benefits of a glass ionomer all rolled into one.
Thanks for the wonderful lecture and great online experience!
I am just doing some research on Shofu's website and was wondering how user-friendly is it, compared to other materials?
Remarkable easy to use. When you syringe out the Flow Plus material it stays where you put it and can be sculpted and manipulated quite easily. I use the F00 to a higher degree then the F03, but they are both essential to my practice and the terrific assortment of shades that Shofu has created, makes it very easy to match the surrounding tooth structure.
Thanks for the wonderful lecture .
This is a new material for me ,very intresting
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John C. Comisi, DDS, MAGD
Dr. Comisi has been in private practice in Ithaca, NY since 1983. He is a graduate of Northwestern University Dental School and received his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Fordham University. A respected Key Opinion Leader, he has lectured nationally and internationally and has contributed to the dental literature in such journals as General Dentistry, Oral Health Journal and Inside Dentistry. Dr. Comisi is an Editorial Board Member for Dental Product Shopper magazine, on the Editorial Advisory Board of Dental Products Report, a Continuing Education Advisory Board member of Dental Learning and is the Academy of General Dentistry’s Speaker of the House. Technology and new innovations in dental care are of keen interest to Dr. Comisi. His investigations into the practical applications of these products and services help his dental audience get a better perspective on what works and what needs further improvement in the field of dentistry.
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