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
At-home hypersensitivity treatment can give immediate relief that lasts up to one month.*
Dentinal hypersensitivity—caused by a receding gumline, a fractured or chipped tooth, overly aggressive brushing, or the consumption of acidic and sugary foods and beverages—can disrupt the lives of patients. In addition, sensitivity can be a challenge for dentists to treat and resolve successfully. While there are some in-office solutions available to relieve sensitivity, there are a limited number of effective products that patients can find over-the-counter to use at home.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.