Continuing Education Update by Dr. Howard Goldstein

Continuing Education Update
by Howard M. Goldstein, DMD, Director of Continuing Education 

Principles of Visual Perception, Smile Display and Functional Longevity
by Dr. Lane Ochi
This course focuses on a systematic approach using classic concepts. Once we understand the foundational concepts of tooth morphology, smile design and function, then it’s easier to add the details that make our restorations aesthetically pleasing and long-lasting. Another CE masterpiece from Dr. Ochi!

Dental Implants from Planning to Restoration
by Dr. Charles Schlesinger
This is an 11-part comprehensive series of CE courses on implants that was originally released individually. You can now purchase this complete and comprehensive series that covers all aspects of implants, including treatment planning, surgery, grafting, immediate vs. delayed loading, restorative, etc. The price for this series is less than purchasing the courses individually.

Rapid Dentures: Predictable, Efficient, Profitable
by Dr. Joe Barker
For years, dentures have taken too much chair time with very little predictability or profitability. This course will cover all areas of denture construction in detail, beginning with the initial oral exam through the post insertion. Dentists will learn how to make dentures predictable, how to be efficient and how to increase profits from dentures.

Simple Soft Tissue Biopsy Techniques for the General Practitioner or Specialist
by Dr. Bob Convissar
Performing soft tissue biopsies is one of the simplest surgical procedures to perform, yet general practitioners perform only 17% of them. This course gives viewers a simple five-step plan for performing a biopsy, from patient evaluation through postoperative instructions.

Cancerous Oral Diseases That Every Dental Professional Should Know
by Deborah Levin-Goldstein
This course provides dental professionals with a detailed understanding of common oral cancerous diseases that may be seen clinically in a dental office. Oral and oral pharyngeal squamous cell carcinomas are discussed as well as six additional conditions: verrucous, squamous cell (skin), basal cell, adenoid cystic and mucoepidermoid carcinomas, osteosarcoma and melanoma. The etiologies, risk factors, clinical manifestations, symptoms and treatment options for these diseases are emphasized.

Clinical Considerations and Troubleshooting Techniques for Anterior and Posterior Crowns
by Dr. Robert Slauch
This course examines tips and tricks to increase resistance and retention when short clinical crown preps are apparent. Clinical recommendations you can use in your practice to improve outcomes in your natural tooth crown and bridge cases include proper biomaterial and cement selection and whether or not to use posts.

Help Your Patients Thrive: How to Get Started Identifying and Treating Tongue Ties
by Dr. Richard Baxter
Untreated tongue- and lip-ties affect patients and families you see every day in clinical practice. By identifying and treating them, you can help your patients thrive. This course explains how to assess, diagnose and treat these common oral conditions with confidence, and provides new, practical ways to help you get started helping your patients.

The Hall Technique for Excellent Pediatric Dentistry
by Dr. Jeanette MacLean
The Hall technique is a revolutionary, evidence-based, no-shot, no-drill option for the placement of stainless steel crowns. This course explores atraumatic aesthetic options for decayed anterior primary teeth using strip crowns with glass hybrid restoratives. This packed-with-information, two-hour (2.5 CE credits) course is available for only $36.

Mastering Adult Minimal Oral Sedation
by Drs. Mark Donaldson and Jason Goodchild
Minimal adult sedation instruction is now available online, exclusively on Dentaltown. This 10-part dental CE series meets all state and provincial requirements for topics and hours to apply for a minimal sedation permit or recertification. Offering a total of 19.5 CE hours, this series was specifically designed to meet the guidelines of the ADA as described in its Guidelines for the Use of Sedation and General Anesthesia by Dentists.

Dental Orthotics: What, Why, When
by Dr. Mike Racich
This course describes and illustrates a basic, simplified approach to dental orthotic fabrication and delivery. The illustrated technique is both analog and virtual. Treatment rationales and endpoints are discussed.


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