Dentists can earn C.E., refine clinical skills with new webinar series on advanced techniques and innovations

Join one or all three webinars June 25, July 10 and July 16
June 20, 2024
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New webinars streaming June 25, July 10 and July 16 offer dentists an opportunity to refine skills and discover new techniques while earning C.E. Hands-on, multi-day clinical workshops about each webinar topic will take place later this year in scenic California destinations.

This summer, CDA is offering three new webinars to help dentists and their practice teams stay at the forefront of dentistry. From using “bio-basic” concepts to mastering anterior composites, these webinars are designed to refine clinical skills, introduce the latest techniques and innovations and boost patient satisfaction.

Each webinar is just one hour long, led by an industry expert and eligible for 1 C.E. unit. Thanks to sponsors, they are offered at no charge. Dentists can customize their summer learning experience by streaming any or all three. Register for the summer webinars online.

Summer webinar details

“Applied Biomimetics in Dentistry” with Joe Willardsen, DDS | Sponsored by Kuraray Noritake

Tuesday, June 25, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Learn how to apply the latest in biomimetic materials and techniques based on scientific research studies and clinical experience to begin treating patients immediately in your practice.

Dentists who participate can expect to:

  • Learn to break the cycle of conservative treatment/redoing procedures to eliminate destruction of dentition.
  • Discover modern materials and techniques to conservatively treat patients and ensure long-lasting results.
  • Understand when and where to use bio-basics and how to implement concepts into the practice seamlessly.

“Mastering Anterior Composites: Techniques for Beautiful Restorations” with Marcos Vargas, BDB, DDS | Sponsored by 3M

Wednesday, July 10, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Demystify the when and why of anterior esthetic restorations. Anterior composite resin restorations are the bread and butter of general dentistry practices. Several techniques have been described to produce lifelike anterior esthetic restorations over the years. These build-up techniques include freehand, direct/indirect, matrixing, injectable, cut-back and printed matrices.

Dentists who participate can expect to:

  • Identify clinical techniques to restore anterior teeth with composite resin.
  • Discover the advantages and disadvantages of each technique.
  • Learn from clinical cases illustrating appropriate uses for these techniques.

“Explore Revolutionary Advances in Adhesive Dentistry” with Parag Kachalia, DDS | Sponsored by 3M

Tuesday, July 16, 5:30-6:30 p.m.

Delve into how digital technologies and sophisticated materials are reshaping the field. This session is tailored for clinicians who aspire to be at the forefront of their practice, showcasing how recent innovations can positively impact treatment outcomes.

Dentists who participate can expect to:

  • Appreciate how a thorough understanding of materials combined with a systematic treatment approach leads to predictable and efficient outcomes.
  • Learn how recent innovations are simplifying complex procedures, enhancing treatment precision and boosting patient satisfaction.

Hands-on learning opportunities to follow

Participating in the summer webinar series is an excellent way to sample the three topics that will be explored this fall through multi-day, intensive clinical workshops.

CDA’s hands-on workshops are offered in small-group settings and led by the same experts heading the summer webinar series. Workshop participants will receive cutting-edge clinical education while enjoying the weekend at a scenic California destination.

Registration is open for the two hands-on workshops “Mastering Minimally Invasive Adhesion Dentistry” and “Blueprint for Clinical Excellence” in Napa, Indian Wells, Carlsbad and Carmel-by-the-Sea. Learn more and register.

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