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CLINICAL RESEARCH DENTAL offers high-energy, interactive in-office mini-clinics designed to provide you and your staff with a refresher on dental best practice techniques and procedures. Our fast, fun, and informative mini- clinics ensure that your team is well empowered and motivated to deliver extraordinary dentistry.
A variety of short, HIGH ENERGY refresher courses
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EDUCATION & COACHING FOR YOUR TEAM
Endodontics - The latest irrigation, instrumentation and obturation techniques
Fast & Cost-Efficient
Accurate & Predictable
Have you ever fabricated provisional restorations with heavy or open occlusal contacts? Have you ever found it a challenge to maintain tight interproximal contacts? How much do you charge to replace temporary restorations that crack or fail? This program will present systems for the fabrication of crown & bridge temporary restorations that lead to increased productivity, and time saving procedures that provide predictable clinical results.
What’s the best way to irrigate the canal? What are the advantages of Bioceramic-based products in obturation techniques? This module will review some basic principles of cleaning, shaping, and obturation, with a look at some new and clinically proven products and techniques.
This teaching module will explain that PVS materials are not hydrophilic. How does this affect you and your laboratory? Know the parameters and what happens when you use flexible plastic trays and flexible PVS materials that are designed for full arch impressions. Do you need to make custom trays for every case? We will also explain how to select the ideal impression materials, bite registration materials, and alginate replacement materials.
Fibre Post - A Simple Protocol
for Clinical Success
With over 50 different bonding agents on the market today spread across 8 generations, it can be difficult to make a decision on which product to use, when to use it, and for what application. This program will discuss the differences between each generation of dentin adhesives including their pros and cons. What makes 4th and 5th generation more technique-sensitive? What steps can you take to avoid post-operative sensitivity? What is the right protocol for ensuring proper enamel and dentin conditioning?
Which post? Which cement, bond and core material? Are prefabricated metal post and cast post and core passé? Is there a need to use separate cement and core materials? This presentation will show a detailed and predictable clinical technique for reliable results when using fibre posts. They are not all the same!
This presentation provides a summary on the current status of tooth whitening. Does everyone whiten the same? What can you expect from in-office whitening? Are the results the same as takehome whitening? We’ll also demonstrate a very affordable alternative for patients who cannot afford custom whitening trays, or are looking for a professional-grade alternative to OTC systems.
1 CE Credit
Interproximal Matrix Technique
The treatment of diastemas, peg laterals and the nearly impossible black triangles can be both frustrating and time consuming. How to create a natural emergence profile and aid in the regeneration of the papilla.
Anterior Matrix Solutions
Do you ever experience open or loose contacts, overhangs or black triangles with your anterior restorations? Do your restorations truly reflect the natural contour of the tooth? Are you happy with your diastema closures? This presentation will explain how to efficiently and predictably achieve natural contours, contacts and emergence profile with no overhangs and minimal finishing time by simply choosing the right matrix system.
Posterior Matrix Solutions
Are there times when you were surprised by a loose or open contact when you finished a Class II restoration? Do you ever see a funnel shape to your Class II composites on an x-ray? What if there was a way to achieve a tight, naturally contoured interproximal contact with your posterior composites… every time? Let us show you that the path to predictable Class II success begins with a simple and predictable matrix system.
Did you know that 37% of composite restorations are insufficiently cured? What is more important, wavelength or milliwatts? Learn about the different curing lights on the market today with pros and cons.
In a 15-year study, 68% of teeth treated with a dental sealant were caries-free, compared to 17% of the unsealed control group. This presentation explores both dental sealants and fluoride varnishes as important components of a preventative treatment strategy, while covering treatments for sensitivity and providing an overview of the tools available for biofilm removal and prophylaxis.
Universal Esthetic Composite
Could there be a truly universal composite that combines beauty and strength with sculptable handling? Do you currently use a separate composite for your posterior restorations and one for the anterior? Do your restorations blend seamlessly into the surrounding tooth structure? We will show you the benefits of using a nano-enhanced universal composite and the simplicity of having one composite to meet all of your esthetic restorative needs.
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