Combined Course of Everyday Dentistry and Medications in a Nutshell
We live in an area where so many of our patients take multiple medications everyday. We need to know about them. This course will discuss the medications that our patients take everyday, including ones we prescribe as well as their physician.
Digital Impressions for Daily Crown and Bridge
(This course is not offered this year)
Cad/Cam dentistry is no longer the future… it is here! This past year brought several new systems to the dental marketplace. These systems are competing with faster hardware, better software and each day more and more practices are considering the investment in chairside cad cam dentistry.
Whether you choose to fabricate restorations in one day in your office or send the digital data to your favorite dental laboratory, is a decision you have to make taking into account what best fits you, your personality and your practice.
This course can help you find out if Cad/Cam dentistry is for you before making an investment in the technology. Read full course description
Craniofacial Pain and Dysfunctions
This is a hands-on course that is designed to introduce the participant to the field of pain and dysfunctions in the craniofacial regions. It discusses anatomical and biomechanical considerations as well as evaluation and management of TMJ disorders, myofascial pain dysfunctions and dental sleep breathing disorders. Topics such as atypical toothache, atypical facial pain, TMJ disorders, snoring and obstuctive sleep apnea will be presented.Read full course description
This lecture only course will provide the general dentist with overview of contemporary orthodontics. Treatment goals and options for ideal occlusion, dental esthetics and facial esthetics will be discussed. There will be an opportunity for the general dentist to present their patients for treatment planning and guidance. Read full course description
Current and Future Trends in Endodontics
This Endodontic course will expose the general dentist to new techniques, demonstrate new materials, clarify any confusion regarding the state-of-the-art, and suggest what to expect in the future. The knowledge and experience gained can be immediately taken back to the practice to enhance patient care and increase endodontic success. Read full course description
Implants: Placement and Restoration
The lectures will include restoring a single implant to reconstruction of the edentulous arch. The focus of the course will be clinical dentistry. In addition, the lectures and slides will include some practical dentistry, and some of the discussion will not involve implants. It will include discussion of practical fixed and removable prosthetics. Read full course description
Clinical Excellence in Comprehensive Dentistry
With new technology and an abundant opportunity of CE courses all over the world, general dentists are expanding their knowledge, skills, and services offered to their patients at an accelerated pace. We will be utilizing the knowledge and assistance of many specialists and speakers on the many different topics in General Dentistry. Every case and topic provided is to show how to best achieve an aesthetic and functionally pleasing result. Read full course description
The Oral Implantology program is a comprehensive three year course consisting of a one year prosthetic and two year surgical residency. There are 21 full days of instruction consisting of a morning didactic seminar and an afternoon clinical session where the general dentist or specialist can gain experience performing surgical or prosthetic procedures on patients. It is patterned after the AAID Maxicourse. Read full course description
Oral Surgery in the Dental Practice
The objective of this course is to provide the individual dentist the basic skills required to be competent in medical evaluation of the dental patient, management of minor complications, and diagnosis of the patient’s oral surgical needs, oral surgical treatment planning and the performance and/or proper referral. Each student will gain the knowledge and confidence to manage the complex medical and dental needs of his/her patients that occur in the daily practice of dentistry. Read full course description
Periodontal Esthetics & Regeneration
Our program focuses on the multi-dimensional aspects of periodontal esthetics and regeneration and their closse associations with a variety of dental disciplines. We have assembled a group of lecturers who will present programs unique to their special interests in creating optimal periodontal esthetics, facial esthetics, periodontal regeneration, orthodontics, maxillofacial surgery, occlusion and advanced restorative dentistry. We also invite your participation in a special symposium on the Surgical and Restorative Criteria for Placement of Implants in the Esthetic Zone. The clinical sessions further assist the development of diagnostic and surgical skills. We invite your participation in our programPeriodontal Esthetics and Regeneration. Read full course description
Successful Removable Prosthetics
This course will emphasize the steps required and the procedures to follow to provide successful, functional, and esthetic complete dentures and removable partial dentures in the general dental office for the easy and demanding dental patient. Consideration will be given to time saving techniques, and optimal methods, to achieve predictable results which will please the denture patient and extend the skills of the dentist. Read full course description