Study Club Seminar: “Root Canal or Implant?”
January 30th, 2020
A Retrospective Comparison of Outcome in Patients Who Received Both Non-Surgical Root Canal Treatment and Single-Tooth Implants by Dr. Ali Vahdati DDS, MSD
Both NSRCT and STI are highly successful treatments. In the era of multidisciplinary dentistry, Endodontists and Implantologists much approach a compromised tooth in a symbiotic manner rather than a competitive manner. A patient with compromised teeth that could otherwise be saved by NSRCT’s and deemed restorable should be offered the option of NSRCT and not routinely be treatment planned for STI.
Study Club Seminar: “Is Tissue The Issue?”
October 3rd, 2019
The Current Update on the Significance of Tissue Quality Surrounding Teeth and Implants By Dr. Andrew Peterson DMD, MS, DABP
The purpose of this course is to walk away with a better understanding of soft tissue management around implants and to further understand soft tissue management. This lecture will start with a review of the 2017 classification system update of; differentiating health and disease, disease progression, and risk indicators. With this foundation of knowledge, the focus will shift to soft tissue concepts based on current literature.
Study Club Seminar: “CBCT (Un)limited”
June 27th, 2019
Pre- and Intra-Operative Application of Limited Field Cone Beam Computed Tomography in Endodontics By Mohamed H. Saber, BDS
CBCT has revolutionized the way we practice Endodontics by allowing us to visualize the third dimension. Limited field CBCT is rapidly becoming the gold standard in Endodontics imaging and by the end of this lecture, the clinician will have a deeper understanding of the basics of cone beam technology, the advantage of cone beam over traditional computed tomography, the difference between different CBCT scanners on the market, why limited field CBCT is best suited for Endodontics and the applications of CBCT in Endodontics including pre-, intra- and post-operative applications.
Study Club Seminar: “How to Grow your Practice Through Social Media”
June 21st , 2018
Presentation and Social Media Seminar featuring Jack Hadley
Study Club Seminar: “Modern Orthodontics”
March 22nd, 2018
Orthodontic practice is in a state of rapid change by market and technology disruptors. Dr. Joseph Gray has continuously implemented and maintained cutting edge technologies and practice paradigms that makes sense the orthodontic patient. The goal of the meeting is to describe the various 3D technologies available to patients that improve control and quality of treatment, while reducing discomfort, treatment time, and number of appointments required.
In addition to 3D Orthodontics, adjunctive therapies will be discussed, including surgically facilitated orthodontic therapy, hybrid treatment, “triple finishing”, and remote orthodontic therapy. This presentation will include compelling case studies and interactive discussion.