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Fabio Velotti, M.Sc. Eng Bernardo Verrengia, C. Chem MRSC Deborah S. Laird, BS Pharm, RPh An Observation on the Superiority of Articaine versus Lidocaine in Dental Anesthesia
Speaker: Fabio Velotti, M.Sc. Eng Bernardo Verrengia, C. Chem MRSC Deborah S. Laird, BS Pharm, RPh
This course is designed to educate the dental-health professional regarding the potential superiority of articaine 4 percent in relation to lidocaine 2 percent in dental anesthesia.

It is also intended to illustrate the differences between these products regarding their chemistry, pharmacology, metabolism and use.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 03/01/2016
Speaker: Deborah Levin-Goldstein, RDH
This course is the first in a series of oral pathology presentations emphasizing common diseases prevalent among women, men, and children. For this course, the focus will be on three oral diseases—Sjögren’s syndrome, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), and burning mouth syndrome (BMS)—that are more common in women and associated with unpleasant taste and pain in the tongue. The etiologies, clinical manifestations, symptoms and treatment options for these diseases will be emphasized.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 02/01/2016
Dr. Samir Karimov Indirect Posterior Composite Restorations
Speaker: Dr. Samir Karimov
Indirect posterior composite restorations have brought about a wonderful age where ideal form, marginal adaption, and proximal contact and contour are all achievable goals.

The use of post-cure heat, however, has remained ineffective in enhancing the clinical performance of these restorations. As new curing techniques and technologies develop, indirect posterior composite restorations continue to see improvement and promise, both in their mechanical characteristics and the longevity of
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 01/01/2016
Andrés Villanueva Ortiz, DDS, and Juan Carlos Lema Rama, DDS Radix Entomolaris: Treatment of a Mandibular First Molar with Distolingual Root
Speaker: Andrés Villanueva Ortiz, DDS, and Juan Carlos Lema Rama, DDS
Mandibular molars may present anatomical variations such as an additional distal root (Radix Entomolaris). This report discusses the diagnosis and root-canal treatment of a mandibular first molar with Radix Entomolaris.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 12/01/2015
Boyana Byanova, DMD The Clinical Algorithms of Rehabilitation
Speaker: Boyana Byanova, DMD
Contemporary aesthetic dentistry has been catalyzed by the adhesion era. The ability to use tooth-colored direct and indirect resins and ceramic-based materials was fully realized as dentin and enamel adhesives were developed and their clinical performance optimized. It may appear that adhesion is a simplistic procedure— a film with which to coat the tooth. In reality, the multifactorial interplay of chemicals with the diverse molecular structures of dentin and enamel and the reconstructive resi
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 11/01/2015
Brent Engelberg, DDS Quick, Conservative and Highly Esthetic Treatment Planning for Severe Anterior Tooth Wear
Speaker: Brent Engelberg, DDS
Severe tooth wear can lead to functional and esthetic complications. For young patients who desire a quick, conservative, and highly esthetic treatment plan, alternatives to orthodontics and invasive restorations are necessary. Using occlusal equilibration, very thin lithium disilicate veneers, and composite resin, this case presentation demonstrates a logical treatment plan that works well to ensure proper function, occlusion, and restoration of the patient’s esthetics.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 10/01/2015
Speaker: Dr. Marco Maiolino
Invasive cervical resorption clinically references an uncommon destructive and aggressive form of external tooth resorption. Diagnostically, external cervical invasive resorption (ECIR) lesions may appear as crestal or subgingival decay, or in erupting teeth as invasive coronal resorption, or even apically as invasive radicular resorption.

Despite the odontoclastic nature of this pathosis, in many instances, there is no need to do root-canal therapy. This course is designed to acquaint th
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 09/01/2015
Adamo E. Notarantonio, DDS, FICOI, AAACD STICK WITH IT: A Systematic Approach for Bonding CAD/CAM Restorations
Speaker: Adamo E. Notarantonio, DDS, FICOI, AAACD
This article will demonstrate a step-by-step approach to bonding CAD/CAM restorations. The article will demonstrate proper technique, as well as explain all materials used and why they were selected.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 08/01/2015
Delia Tuttle, DDS Past, Present and Future Trends in Today's Implantology
Speaker: Delia Tuttle, DDS
Thanks to so many years of advancements in implant design, restorative choices and digital dentistry, today we can provide patients with a higher level of care. Guided 3D implantology can predict and achieve less-invasive surgeries and fast recoveries for any patient, including the elderly.

Mini implants can be an alternative treatment for severe ridge atrophy by reducing morbidity, and they should be taken into consideration due to their overall successful placement.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 07/01/2015
Bruno C. Jham, DDS, MS, PhD Slow-Growing Nodule of the Hard Palate
Speaker: Bruno C. Jham, DDS, MS, PhD
The palate is a frequent site for oral lesions of different origins. The aim of this article is to present a case of a 62-year-old woman who was seen with a mass of the hard palate, and to discuss the differential diagnosis, diagnosis and management of the case.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 06/01/2015
Dr. Mile Churlinov When Technology Meets Biology
Speaker: Dr. Mile Churlinov
Today, successful dentistry can mean multidisciplinary treatment of care, or at least a multidisciplinary approach, with the help of current technology. We have all witnessed how an outstanding endodontic therapy can mean nothing if the restorative plan has not been done properly, or has been delayed. After endodontic therapy, tooth temporization has proven to be one of the weakest links in the longevity of the treated tooth. With CBCT, ultrasound, CAD/CAM and the operating microscope (OM) as w
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 05/01/2015
Speaker: Vares Yan, MD, PhD, DMD; Diederich Henri, MD; Ansel Alain, MD
Utilizing implant restorative to replace missing maxillary posterior teeth can be challenging due to the proximity of the sinuses and nerves, as well as the resorption of the maxillary alveolar crest. The surgeries have become less invasive with higher rates of osseointegration for the implants today.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 03/01/2015
Josh Wren, DMD Pediatric Dentistry: Pulp Therapy and the Stainless-Steel Crown
Speaker: Josh Wren, DMD
Pulp therapy and use of stainless-steel crowns are two vital procedures that pediatric dentists provide. Even with experience in these procedures it can be difficult to know which steps to follow and how to follow them. Efficiency can also be a challenge. With some key information and practice, a dentist’s efficiency, know-how and treatment success in these procedures can increase significantly.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 02/01/2015
John Nosti, DMD, FAGD, FACE, FICOI Simplifying the Denture Process with Gothic Arch Tracers
Speaker: John Nosti, DMD, FAGD, FACE, FICOI
Dentures can present as a frustrating treatment for both patient and dentist. However, with the prevalence of edentulous patients in the United States alone, they remain a necessary part of dentistry. Utilizing the Gothic arch tracer for designing dentures, along with superior materials and a specific smile design protocol, removes the guesswork from fabricating dentures. B y addressing the patient’s occlusion during initial visits, as well as determining the precise centric relation, dentists c
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 12/01/2014
Speaker: Daniel Grob, DDS, MS
Treatment by Twelves is a method to describe caring for patients with malocclusions of all ages with the express intention of treating to the new aesthetic demands. Based on recent published documents and summaries from AAO-sponsored symposia, Treatment by Twelves provides a way to communicate the proposed orthodontic treatment of patients to both colleagues as well as patients.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 11/01/2014
Dale R. Rosenbach, DMD, MS Gap Management Around Immediate Implants: A Review of the Literature and its Application in Clinical Practice
Speaker: Dale R. Rosenbach, DMD, MS
The gap existing around immediate implants seems to beg for management guidelines. Guidelines that provide consistent, predictable results but do not require the clinician to be intimately familiar with the entirety of the vast body of literature on the topic. This summary review intends to inform the clinician about the historical basis for the concern of the immediate peri-implant gap and how it ought to be managed in clinical practice.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 09/01/2014
August De Oliveira, DDS I Like Big Abutments and I Cannot Lie — Screw-retained Crowns and Custom Implant Abutments in the General Practice
Speaker: August De Oliveira, DDS
To describe different clinical situations in which custom abutments and screw-retained crowns are utilized. In order to create restorations on implants that look natural, certain clinical parameters much be met. Methods of digital impression, fabrication and finishing are also covered.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 08/01/2014
Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA Three Basic Emergency Medications You Should Know How to Use
Speaker: Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA
This article covers a few of the most common emergency medications found in many proprietary dental emergency medication kits. Every dentist should periodically review the uses and be familiar with these medications and share this information with their staff.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 08/01/2014
Drs. Tom Giacobbi, David Gaine, David Kimmel, Timothy Goodheart. Townie Meeting 2014: Panel Discussion-
Speaker: Drs. Tom Giacobbi, David Gaine, David Kimmel, Timothy Goodheart.
Panel Discussion from Townie Meeting 2014 on the use of Technology in the Dental office to aid in Diagnostics. This course can be viewed and CE awarded at no cost compliments of the Townie Meeting.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $18
CE Credits: 1
Running Time: 1 hour
Release Date: 07/30/2014
This course is part of Townie Meeting 2014 Lecture Series
Farran, Nosti, Horocks and Dilatush, Honigman, Mclaren, Kanca, Smithson, etc. Townie Talks...Townie Meeting 2014
Speaker: Farran, Nosti, Horocks and Dilatush, Honigman, Mclaren, Kanca, Smithson, etc.
Townie Talks is a series of 18 minute talks by some of the most respected speakers in Dentistry that took place at the Townie Meeting in 2014. The talks vary from clinical dentistry, to practice management, to patient care, to ways of improving your life. There is no cost to view this excellent series of talks and only $36 to receive 3 CE credits.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 3
Running Time: 3 hours
Release Date: 07/30/2014
This course is part of Townie Meeting 2014 Lecture Series
Fayette Williams, DDS, MD Oral Cancer in the Dental Office
Speaker: Fayette Williams, DDS, MD
Both dentists and hygienists play a critical role in the detection of oral cancer. This course reviews the demographics and risk factors relevant to oral cancer. Common diagnostic tools are discussed with attention to scenarios when these tools might be appropriate. The course also provides an overview of cancer staging.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 07/01/2014
Speaker: Gary Takacs
While we are no longer technically experiencing a recession, many areas of the country are experiencing economic challenges. Yet, there are dental practices that are not only surviving in today’s economy, but they are thriving in spite of the challenges. This article outlines five strategies to create a thriving practice.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 05/01/2014
by Walter G. Renne, DMD The New Evolution of Chairside CAD/CAM Technology
Speaker: by Walter G. Renne, DMD
Three often repeated concerns clinicians have about chairside CAD/CAM dentistry deal with restoration fit, restoration strength and added appointment time. This new evolution of intra-oral digitizers, combined with next-generation ceramics, have led to systems that allow for the fabrication of restorations that surpass the predictability, strength and fit of laboratory-fabricated restorations.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 10/30/2013
Josh Wren, DMD  Fundamental Space Maintenance
Speaker: Josh Wren, DMD
This course is geared toward the general dentist who wants a better understanding in the concept of maintaining space in the primary and transitional dentition.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 10/01/2013
Eric W. Jones, DMD, FAGD Nine Lessons From The Real World
Speaker: Eric W. Jones, DMD, FAGD
This course provides an overview of several relevant issues in restorative dentistry. The use of digital photography, occlusal instrumentation, bonding, all-ceramic restorations, matrix systems and patient communication are covered.
Cost to View: Free
Cost for Credit: $36
CE Credits: 1.5
Release Date: 09/22/2013
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