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Study Club Seminar: “Medical Emergencies” Rancho Cucamonga AREA

We are EXCITED to invite you to our SEPTEMBER study club that is available to all Doctors and their Staff on September15th 2022.  The course title is “Medical Emergencies”.  As always, this lecture is complimentary to all our referring offices. Three CE Units will be earned.

 Dinner is served PROMPTLY at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 6:00 pm

Study Club Seminar: “Medical Emergencies” (Stanley F. Malamed)

Presented By Dr Stanley Malamed, DDS

Study Club Seminar: “Cracked Tooth; Treat or Mistreat?” Rancho Cucamonga AREA

May 5th, 2022

Challenges Of Diagnosis And Treatment Of Cracked Tooth 

Presented By Dr. Sami Ali, DDS, MS, ED

The detection and diagnosis of cracked tooth syndrome versus vertical root fracture (VRF), can be difficult in endodontic therapy, and it is often more of a prediction rather than a diagnosis. Determining the appropriate treatment might be confusing for the clinician, and VRF usually necessitates extraction, root amputation, and implant/denture insertion to stop rapid bone loss and periodontal destruction. 

Three CE Units will be earned.
Dinner is served PROMPTLY at 5:00 p.m, Lecture starts at 6:00 p.m.

PLACE: Central Park Community Center

      

COMING IN 2022 !!!

YOU DON’T WANT TO MISS THIS 

We are EXCITED to invite you to our next study club that is available to all Doctors and their Staff on
February 17th 2022.  The course title is “The Dilemma of the ‘HOT’ Mandibular Molar”.  As always, this lecture is complimentary to all our referring offices. Three CE Units will be earned.
 Dinner is served PROMPTLY at 5:00 p.m. and ends at 6:00 pm

Study Club Seminar: The Dilemma of the ‘Hot’ Mandibular Molar (Stanley F. Malamed)

Presented By Dr Stanley Malamed, DDS


Effective pain control is essential to ensure patient comfort during the endodontic procedure. This presentation will describe how to achieve effective pain control with local anesthesia in the patient presenting with symptomatic irreversible pulpitis – the ‘HOT’ mandibular molar. Following a review of technique, the buffering of local anesthetic solutions and the use of the local anesthetic articaine HCl by infiltration in the adult mandible will be discussed.

At conclusion, participants should be able to:

  1. Describe the science of buffering of local anesthetic solutions.
  2. Discuss the efficacy of articaine when administered by mandibular infiltration in adults.
  3. Compare the following mandibular block techniques: IANB, Gow-Gates, and Akinosi-Vazirani.

    

    

 

Riverside, CA Office 

JULY 9th, 2020

Our SECOND office, located in Riverside, CA! Our new office features 4 spacious operatory’s, including digital x-rays, surgical microscopes and state-of-the-art CBCT equipment. To book your appointment with us at our new location, call us at (951) 398-7900 or stop in any time Monday through Friday from 8am to 7pm!

 

  

  

Office Policy Regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus

As you are aware, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have issued warnings and precautions to health care providers worldwide regarding COVID-19 Coronavirus.

We are taking every precaution necessary to limit the exposure of ANY virus within our office. We ask that you help us by participating in the following precautions;

  1. Upon your arrival to our office, we kindly ask that you use the hand sanitizer we have provided.
  2. Please disinfect your hands prior to using any pens to fill out any documents we may need from you.
  3. If using the restroom or exiting and re-entering our office, we ask that you use the hand sanitizer provided upon entry.
  4. Please inform us if you are currently experiencing a fever, cough, pr difficulty breathing.
  5. Please note that we will be limiting social distance, including handshaking, as a means of decreasing possible transmission of COVID-19 Coronavirus.
  6. Please inform us of any recent travel outside of the US to areas considered level 3 precaution by the CDC. This includes the following countries: Italy, South Korea, Iran and China. (As of March 5th, 2020)
  7. Also, please inform us if you have traveled within the US.

MASKS ARE REQUIRED UPON ENTRY

  

We thank you for your consideration and participation in these office policies

Study Club Seminar: “Muco-gingival Considerations and Principles of Successful Soft Tissue Grafting

October 28th, 2021

Presented By Dr. Armen Mardirossian, DDS, MS 

Principles of Successful Soft Tissue Grafting over the last 30 decades.
Classification of Gingival Recession and Prognostic Indicator of success.
Why have Keratinized gingivae? How much is enough?
Etiology; Predisposing factor and Prevalence of Gingival Recession
  
  

Study Club Seminar: “CBCT…Based on True Stories”

October 21st, 2021

Presented By Dr. Jesus Rivero Testamarck

CONE BEAM COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IMAGING

CBCT has become an everyday diagnostic tool when evaluating, analyzing, treating and considering
different treatment planning options. This CBCT Lecture will show the clinician a simple system on how
to read and look at digital images. By the end of this lecture clinicians will have a better…

Understanding of applications of CBCT imaging (including
Dental Trauma and resorption cases)
Basics of CBCT technology.
Importance of using CBCT imaging more often

    

   

  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Study Club Seminar: “Cracked Tooth; Treat or Mistreat?”

August 26th, 2021

Challenges Of Diagnosis And Treatment Of Cracked Tooth Syndrome

Presented By Dr. Sami Ali, DDS, MS, ED

The detection and diagnosis of cracked tooth syndrome versus vertical root fracture (VRF), can be difficult in endodontic therapy, and it is often more of a prediction rather than a diagnosis. Determining the appropriate treatment might be confusing for the clinician, and VRF usually necessitates extraction, root amputation, and implant/denture insertion to stop rapid bone loss and periodontal destruction. 

                

               

                  

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 Presented 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

Presented 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

Presented 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.