Leading Dentists
Implant Complications and Solutions in the Esthetic Zone

Dr Stephen Chu

Implant Complications and Solutions in the Esthetic Zone

Dr Stephen Chu

March 9th, 2021 Study Club Course

Immediate tooth replacement therapy has become a mainstream treatment modality for single and multiple tooth implants in the esthetic zone. However, esthetic risks and complications exist such as socket perforation, loss of labial plate thickness over time, and loss of the interdental papilla due to proximity issues with tooth-to-implant distance following placement. Consequently, an inventive macro design concept based upon biologic principles that ...

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Everyday Dentistry: More than Everyday Aesthetic Results

Dr Bob Margeas

Everyday Dentistry: More than Everyday Aesthetic Results

Dr Bob Margeas

March 10th, 2021 Study Club Course

This session is designed for today’s aesthetically minded, real world dentist and staff. Dr. Margeas will review dozens of direct and indirect clinical cases, step-by-step, that are done in real time on an everyday basis. These include: porcelain veneers from preparation, provisionalisation, and cementation, direct composite resin veneers, class IV restorations, diastema closure, peg laterals, and porcelain repair. Learn how ...

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Practical Orthodontic Considerations For Oral Rehabilitation With The Invisalign Appliance

Dr Mazyar Moshiri

Practical Orthodontic Considerations For Oral Rehabilitation With The Invisalign Appliance

Dr Mazyar Moshiri

May 11th, 2021 Study Club Course

Invisalign can be an incredibly effective appliance to address patients with pre-restorative orthodontic needs. However, special considerations must be taken into account to have predictable  outcomes, both in the treatment planning phase with the treating dentist, and orthodontically with regards to proper anchorage design and staging of movements. Several concepts and cases will be reviewed in depth to provide pearls for ...

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Demystifying Tooth Resorption

Prof. Geoffrey Heithersay

Demystifying Tooth Resorption

Prof. Geoffrey Heithersay

June 22nd, 2021 Study Club Course

The diagnosis of tooth resorption may sometimes seem complex for clinicians possibly due to the variety of terms which have been applied. This presentation will aim to demystify tooth resorption by focusing on the aetiology, dynamics and diagnostic features of the various resorptive processes which practitioners may encounter in their patients. By understanding the important features of tooth resorption clinicians should be ...

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Infection Control Lessons From The Covid-19 Pandemic And Beyond

Prof. Laurence Walsh

Infection Control Lessons From The Covid-19 Pandemic And Beyond

Prof. Laurence Walsh

July 27th, 2021 Study Club Course

This lecture will review the major points of learning from the COVID-19 pandemic, and highlight how those lessons will inform the management of future pandemic infections of respiratory viruses. The lecture will explore the levels of risk, the concept of transmission base precautions, and the need for restrictions in practice for highly contagious conditions. The second part of the lecture will ...

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The Management Of Worn Anterior Teeth

Dr. John Cranham

The Management Of Worn Anterior Teeth

Dr. John Cranham

Sept. 7th, 2021 Study Club Course

There is nothing more fun and rewarding than creating a new smile for someone that is in need. Yet many of the patients who are driven towardscosmetic dentistry, have an unattractive smile, because of underlying functional issues. Tooth wear, is one of the most obvious manifestations, of this easily observable problem. Yet tooth wear has many causes. In this webinar ...

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Endodontic Retreatment: When To Hold And When To Fold

Dr. Luke Moloney

Endodontic Retreatment: When To Hold And When To Fold

Dr. Luke Moloney

Nov. 23rd, 2021 Study Club Course

30 years ago, teeth with failed endodontic treatment were extracted or retreated. If the patient did not want to be left with a space, wear a denture and a bridge was not possible, then endodontic retreatment was usually the default option. Accordingly, some teeth underwent complex endodontic and restorative re-treatments with disappointing long-term outcomes. From the early 1990s osseo-integration changed ...

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