08/17/2015

Live-streaming C.E. courses at CDA Presents


Dovetailing off the success in Anaheim, there will be live-streaming C.E. courses available at CDA Presents The Art and Science of Dentistry San Francisco. The live-streaming programs feature world-renowned speakers presenting in the area of restorative dentistry.

Based on the high level of interest around the topic of restorative dentistry, a Board of Managers subcommittee selected the following courses to be offered as live-streaming options at CDA Presents in San Francisco.

Friday, Aug. 21

Practical Tips and Tricks for the Everyday Dentist
Led by Robert Margeas, DDS
C.E. units: Core – 2.5
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

This course will provide attendees with a plethora of knowledge when it comes to the different types of metal-free restorations available as well as how to choose when to use them and how to cement or bond. Composite resins will be shown in detail from class 4 fractures, direct veneers and diastema closures. Sensitivity issues and how to prevent them will be explained. This course will provide practical tips for immediate incorporation into a practice.

Growing Your Practice Through Endodontics
Led by John West, DDS, MSD
C.E. units: Core – 2.5
3-5:30 p.m.

The successful dentist of the future is a clinician, a diagnostician, a communicator and a resource of total oral health. John West, DDS, MSD, enables dentists who have the requisite endodontic knowledge, skills and understanding of clinical applications to function optimally in their practices. Attendees will learn how to grow their practices over the next 12 months by asking a single patient question, how to implement endodontic techniques and will gain knowledge to immediately grow their practice.

Saturday, Aug. 22

Dental Identification and Mass Disasters: How the Dental Team Works
Adam J. Freeman, DDS
C.E. units: Core–2.5
8–10:30 a.m.

Dental identification continues to be the quickest scientific method of identification. In disaster victim identification, the dental team, consisting of dentists, dental hygienists and dental auxiliaries, must work together to form a cohesive unit. This lecture will examine the challenges faced in mass disasters.

Interdisciplinary Synergy: Creating Esthetic Treatment Outcomes Through Therapeutic Precision
Jacinthe Paquette, DDS, and Cherilyn Sheets, DDS
C.E. units: Core – 2.5
11:30 a.m.–2 p.m.

Synergy occurs when an esthetic reconstructive interdisciplinary team combines their strengths for treatment-planning esthetic dilemmas with the goal of creating idealized patient outcomes. This lecture will outline both the macroscopic relationships of the patient's oral facial appearance, the hard and soft tissue symmetry and color, and the important microscopic relationships of marginal adaptation, subgingival contours and biofilm control for success.

For more information on this opportunity, including pricing, visit prolibraries.com/cda/events/sf2015/event.



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