Upcoming Live Webinar Schedule - Earn Interactive CEU
This class will provide excellent clinical information, however, it is not for CE credit.
In this webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss and demonstrate techniques to simplify placement of direct composites utilizing the latest advances in restorative dental materials.
The challenges of placing anterior and posterior restorations including proximal contact and contour, and soft tissue management will also be discussed.
What’s new in composite restorative technologies? Learn more about “smart” composites with bioactive attributes that protect the microenvironment around restorative margins making them less susceptible to acid attack and recurrent decay.
In this CE webinar we will review the 2016 ADA/AAPD clinical practice guideline for the use of dental sealants as well as science-based literature on pit and fissure sealants. You will learn about the scientific evidence that supports the use, safety and benefits of sealants along with the latest technological advancements.
Nicotine and marijuana are addictive substances. With marijuana now legal in many states, and vaping becoming more popular every day, a whole new set of issues for health care providers is evolving. This CE webinar will uncover the mysteries of these addictive drugs and expose the reality hidden by the “smoke and mirrors”.
What’s changing faster, our laboratory materials or our cements? Well, the answer is that they are both changing rapidly. In this CE webinar, join us as we review current materials used by our laboratories for crown and bridge and outline the appropriate cement for each material. We will specifically discuss bioactivity and their importance in cements.
As dental professionals, we can now be prepared to handle the new maintenance challenges for periodontal & peri-implant therapy with new protocols, instruments, & technology. In this CE webinar, you will gain an update on new instruments, treatments, and home-care recommendations for professional in-office maintenance.
In this information filled CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss and demonstrate techniques to simplify the placement of direct posterior composite restorations. Traditional layering techniques can be tedious and time consuming. The use of bulk fill materials can simplify the process and save valuable chair time, while recent developments in bulk fill technologies produce excellent results for both the patient and the doctor. Other clinical challenges of placing Class II direct composites (proximal contact and contour) and soft tissue management will also be discussed.
Getting patients to say “yes” to treatment is no easy task. Learn how to achieve “consistency” of the presentation process and achieve success.
Hiring quality employees is not unlike providing quality dentistry. Dealing with problem employees is why most dentists do their best to avoid it. Both require a plan, use of the right tools and a methodical process. Learn how to improve your human resource skills.
Your team can’t be very effective if they don’t have clear goals or know what tasks they’re expected to complete each day. Learn why job descriptions give employees the guidance they need to excel in their roles, provide accountability and reduce staff conflict.
Owning a successful dental practice isn’t easy and comes with a variety of challenges you never anticipated. Shying away from your leadership duties can hold you back. When dentists are educated on the business aspects of managing a dental practice, their practices are more successful. Learn tips to make you a more effective and confident CEO.
You just finished a comprehensive exam on Sarah, a brand new patient you’re hoping will stay loyal to your practice. You’ve taken the time to educate this patient on all the work that needs done. Before Sarah leaves, you present her with a treatment plan that includes all your recommendations, and encourage this first-time patient to schedule as soon as possible. The problem? You never see Sarah again. Learn the best technique to keep Sarah in your practice.
Very few dentists would say they entered the field because their number one desire in life was to spend day-after-day talking to people. Even fewer would say they got into the profession because they wanted to be in charge of a dozen staff, or selling cases, or dealing with an unhappy patient now and then. Personality conflicts can metamorphous into all out wars leaving collateral damage. Learn how to maximize your personality strengths and address the weaknesses.