Leading Dentists

Dr. Walter Devoto

When To Do What: From Direct To Indirect Restoration In Styleitaliano

Dr. Walter Devoto

June 20th, 2019 Study Club Course

Learning Objective: How to link the correct material to the right patient Advantages and disadvantages of white material in anterior Long-term results and age of patient: The dilemma in aesthetic dentistry   Synopsis: The guidelines of modern restorative dentistry are adhesion and minimum invasiveness. Composite materials are now the market-leading permanent and universal restoration solution: There is no treatment planning which ...

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Dr Chris Ho

Managing the Complexities of Modern Dental Implant Treatment for Predictability and Success

Dr Chris Ho

Sept. 12th, 2019 Study Club Course

The success of dental implant treatment is well evidenced in the literature, however with increasing numbers of implants placed and time in-situ, the ability to provide complication free treatment is becoming a concern. Peri-implant problems have become an ever-increasing problem for dentists and dental companies, with much of the recent focus on implant surfaces and connections as well as how ...

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Dr. Terrell F. Pannkuk

The Lost Art of Full Effort Thoughtful Endodontic Treatment

Dr. Terrell F. Pannkuk

Oct. 24th, 2019 Study Club Course

Judicious critical thinking is the essence of treatment planning and decision-making in health care. In this webinar, Dr. Pannkuk will detail the important components of an endodontic exam with a comprehensive perspective which constructs a predictably successful treatment plan.  The discussion will highlight assessment of remaining tooth structure, evaluation of cracks, proposed tooth function, and consideration of occlusal forces.  Case ...

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Mr. Tom Viola

Hurts So… Good! Management of Acute Dental Pain and Appropriate Opioid Prescribing

Mr. Tom Viola

Dec. 5th, 2019 Study Club Course

Management of acute odontogenic pain is accomplished through a clinical approach that successfully incorporates both opioid and non-opioid analgesics. However, moderate to severe dental pain often occurs well after office hours and away from our immediate supervision. Thus, it is critical for clinicians to be able to accurately identify a patient’s need for pain control, develop an individualized pain management ...

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