The course will cover Endodontics from diagnosis to treatment. The program is taught by a general practitioner and is meant for the general practitioner. Attendees will receive instruction on endodontic techniques that include proper case selection, minimally invasive canal access, cleaning, shaping, and obturation. This course includes a hands on portion using rotary and sonic instrumentation. Current research pertaining to endodontics will also be reviewed
MANALAPAN, NJ—GC America and Dental Product Shopper magazine have teamed up to educate dental professionals about EQUIA Self-Adhesive, Aesthetic Posterior Restorative.Read more
ELLICOTT CITY, MD, May 17, 2013 — "I want patients to shop in my store," said Ron Kaminer, DDS, in front of an audience of more than 220 dentists, hygienists, and assistants at Dental Learning's Updates in Contemporary Dentistry event. Throughout his presentation, Dr. Kaminer stressed the value he places on embracing new technologies and treatment modalities to keep practices profitable, especially in this down economy. Whether it's adding a whitening service, or using lasers to reduce pain, Dr. Kaminer explained stressed the importance of giving patients what they want, so they keep coming back for more.Read more
Radiographic caries detection is one of the most commonly performed tasks in the dental office. While new image receptors have many advantages over traditional film-based imaging, many clinicians report limitations in the ability to detect caries on radiographic images. The purpose of this presentation is to assess the components of the imaging chain with regard to their impact on caries detection, so that the clinician can optimize radiographic caries detection.