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Facially Driven Immediate Implant Rehabilitation: Analog and Digital Workflows.

Dr Fadi Yassmin

Facially Driven Immediate Implant Rehabilitation: Analog and Digital Workflows.

Dr Fadi Yassmin

Feb. 2nd, 2023 Study Club Course

The workflows involved in immediate implant rehabilitation require optimal proficiency in key elements of reconstructive dentistry namely; digital smile design, surgical planning and prosthetic protocols (both analogue and digital).The ability to deliver the perfect prosthetic solution starts with digitalising the patient allowing the facilitation of digital smile design. Digital dentistry has made the planning process not only predictable but incredibly ...

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Cracking Periodontal Codes With Class: Diagnostic Conditions

Ms Katrina Sanders

Cracking Periodontal Codes With Class: Diagnostic Conditions

Ms Katrina Sanders

Feb. 16th, 2023 Study Club Course

Failure to diagnose periodontal disease is consistently a top complaint filed with state dental boards. The first step in treating and managing a patient's care (with maximum insurance reimbursement) is diagnosing disease accurately, ethically, and comprehensively. As diagnostics continually evolve, dental providers are encouraged to put down the scaler and pick up the probe. Active and appropriate diagnosis leads to ...

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There Are Cracks....And there Are Cracks - But What Is A Crack and What Do I Do About A Crack?

Prof. Paul Abbott

There Are Cracks....And there Are Cracks - But What Is A Crack and What Do I Do About A Crack?

Prof. Paul Abbott

March 9th, 2023 Study Club Course

“Cracked teeth” is one of the most widely debated and disputed topics in dentistry. It is also one of the most misunderstood topics in dentistry. The confusion and misunderstandings stem largely from early work on cracks and the lack of a good definition of a crack in a tooth. Many dentists are confused about cracks and fractures, and they use ...

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Bacteria Gone WILD! Caries Risk Assessment, Bacterial Presence, and Treatment Modifications for the HighRisk Patient

Ms Irene Iancu

Bacteria Gone WILD! Caries Risk Assessment, Bacterial Presence, and Treatment Modifications for the HighRisk Patient

Ms Irene Iancu

April 5th, 2023 Study Club Course

This session is designed to consider our everyday clients and explore lifesaving elements to prevent this disease from affecting the overall health and wellness of our clients. This session begins by identifying the negative effect bacteria have on the caries process. Isolating specific treatment options for high-risk clients and determining best practices for caries risk assessment and management. We continue ...

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A New Perspective On Occlusion

Dr Jim McKee

A New Perspective On Occlusion

Dr Jim McKee

May 4th, 2023 Study Club Course

Today, we have a better understanding of many occlusal problems that have challenged our profession for decades. Our ability to understand occlusion begins with redefining occlusion to include not only the teeth but also the TM joints. By expanding occlusal concepts to include both the teeth and the TM joints, we finally have answers why some patients have malocclusions, why ...

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Matching A Single Centra With A Direct Composite Veneer

Dr. Robert Margeas

Matching A Single Centra With A Direct Composite Veneer

Dr. Robert Margeas

June 15th, 2023 Study Club Course

Matching a single tooth is one of the most difficult challenges we face as restorative dentists. Which material gives you the best chance of matching? Utilising composite resin will allow the dentist to control hue, value and chroma. This lecture and demonstration will go into great detail on how to use composite resins, tints, incisal effects and surface texture to ...

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Dental Or Mental; An Endodontist Looks at Orofacial Pain

Prof Alex Moule

Dental Or Mental; An Endodontist Looks at Orofacial Pain

Prof Alex Moule

Sept. 7th, 2023 Study Club Course

This lecture addresses difficulties in assessing patients with orofacial pain, not by describing the various painful conditions, but by addressing the questions that need to be asked and then analysing the responses to these (What should I ask? What does this answer mean? What else do I need to know?). Numerous case histories illustrating painful orofacial conditions will be presented ...

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The Happy, Healthy and Engaged Hygienist: Breathe Life Back Into Your Career With These 3 Steps

Ms Janiece Ervin

The Happy, Healthy and Engaged Hygienist: Breathe Life Back Into Your Career With These 3 Steps

Ms Janiece Ervin

Oct. 5th, 2023 Study Club Course

We compete and beat out several candidates for our spot in our dream dental programs, pay an exorbitant amount of money in tuition and graduate with a giving heart to serve our community. Dental professionals have earned the right to have a career they LOVE. You deserve to love your job! Gain control of your workspace and create a career ...

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The Natural Oral Blueprint; An Aesthetic Checklist

Dr. Pascal Magne

The Natural Oral Blueprint; An Aesthetic Checklist

Dr. Pascal Magne

Oct. 19th, 2023 Study Club Course

Aesthetic restorative procedures can only be mastered consistentlyif both clinician and ceramist are perfectly familiar with the basic principles of natural oral esthetics. Most important criteria have been selected and are presented in the form of a checklist for aesthetic restorative success (modified from Belser). This overview of aesthetic principles is not limited to simple tooth aesthetics, but includes the ...

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Generations of Zirconia.....What Every clinical Needs to Know From Material Selection To Clinical Application

Prof Taseer Sulaiman

Generations of Zirconia.....What Every clinical Needs to Know From Material Selection To Clinical Application

Prof Taseer Sulaiman

Nov. 30th, 2023 Study Club Course

NOT ALL ZIRCONIAS ARE THE SAME!! There have been numerous generations of monolithic zirconia since its introduction as a full contour indirect restorative material in 2010. Manufacturers and researchers hope to develop a zirconia material that combines strength and translucency. This presentation will provide an in-depth overview of the various zirconia generations and what a clinician should know about the ...

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