Online Dental CE Courses
GNYDM Symposium 2012 - Predictable Implants - by Preserving Bone During Extractions with New InstrumentsDavid L. Hoexter, DMD
Utilizing simplifying, new instruments leads to preserving bone during extractions making implants more predictable.
Dr. George Freedman presents an analytical summary of recently introduced dental products based on clinical experience.
This course will focus on the various factors that influence Internet Presence and describe how dental practices can attain “High Internet P
Posterior composite resin restorations have become mainstream. These restorations seal teeth, reinforce remaining tooth structure, allow con
Utilize Coltene’s Hyflex Rotary Files (Controlled Memory NiTi) to Achieve Anatomically Correct Working Widths During Root Canal Therapy.
GNYDM Symposium 2012 - Optimizing implant therapy with advanced digital technologies and custom transitional componentsRobert Horowitz, DDS
This course will show the incorporation of the latest digital technologies to assist the dental surgeon and restorative team to improve dent
Overview of non-fluoride anti-caries adjuncts will be overviewed in the context of fluoride anti-caries strategies.
New materials can make traditional restorative techniques easier and more efficient. This fast paced program will cover a variety of day to
Participants will be introduced to a bone replacement material with an excellent track record in the orthopedic world and now available to d
New materials and techniques make it easy to practice Minimally Invasive Dentistry.
Simplified 1-step 7th generation adhesives make invisible bonding a snap! Every direct restoration is placed with full confidence, in 30 sec
Focus on preparation design, provisionalization and the delivery sequence of new high strength ceramics. Direct composite protocol and bulk
The primary goal of this seminar is to teach dentists and team members how to take a common sense approach to their practices to integrate n
Trends in dentistry are moving away from traditional crown and bridge materials such as PFM and to all ceramic and zirconia restorations. Wh