Continuing Dental Education Courses
A New Generation for Cosmetic Dentistry: Delivering the Selfie Ready Smile
Appearance and self-esteem have long been intertwined. So, as our social media and selfie culture continues to grow, it’s no surprise that more and more people are seeking out cosmetic dentistry as a way to enhance their appearances. The dental world has taken notice and we need to respond with conservative ways to satisfy our patient’s desires for ideal smiles.
Oral Pathology Symposium
The course will focus on 7 topics including immune-mediated lesions, traumatic lesions, radiographic lesions, pigmented oral lesions, skin lesions, neoplasms and infections. Numerous clinical images will be provided to give the clinician a thorough review of the selected topics. The instructors will review appropriate therapy and management suggestions of these lesions.
Breathing and Airway Support - a Medical and Dental Collaboration
With over a billion people worldwide, and nearly 30 million in the US breathing badly during sleep, the cost to quality of life and healthcare is unimaginable. Dentists are increasingly taking on some of the functions of primary care doctors as they see people more frequently and apply their long-held preventive focus. The field of sleep and breathing is a part of medicine readily available to the trained dentist.
Two Separate Half Day Presentations: Cosmetics, Veneers, and Smart Practices For Your Practice
This course contains two separate half day presentations. In the morning, Dr. Todd Snyder will present on Cosmetics and Veneers. In the afternoon, he will present on Smart Practices For Your Practice.
Two Separate Half Day Presentations: Nuts and Bolts of Implant Dentistry and Embracing the Change
This course contains two separate half day presentations. In the morning, Dr. Timothy Bizga will present on The Nuts and Bolts of Implant Dentistry. In the afternoon, he will present on Embracing the Change.
Mysteries of the Medical History
Dr. Thomas Viola will be presenting on three different topics about the knowledge of dental pharmacology and how it has never been more essential to patient care. These topics include, It's (Medically) Complicated, Waiting to inhale, and Hurts So... Swell.