free* live
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Wed. 10th January 2018
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Botox “A Wrinkle in Time”: Current and Emerging Trends in Medical and Dental Uses for the Dental Practitioner

Assistant Professor Sandra Stramoski, RDH, MSDH , Assistant Professor Anna Matthews, RDH, MS

Botox®, one of the botulinum toxin drugs derived from the bacterium Clostridium botulinum, has gained popularity in the past 20 years as a safe, non-invasive cosmetic treatment for facial lines and wrinkles, but has a rich history in treating a wide and eclectic group of medical and dental maladies and conditions.

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Tue. 16th January 2018
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Dental Ethics – Practical Perspectives of Professionalism

Jean Creasey, D.D.S.

This course reviews and celebrates the ADA code of Ethics and it’s Code of Professional Conduct. It explores real life ethical dilemmas dental students and new dentists may face and recommends activities that enhance the public trust of the profession

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Tue. 13th February 2018
08:00 PM EST (New York)

Creating Work-Life Balance for the Dental Professional

Linda Meeuwenberg, R.D.H., M.A., M.A. F.A.D.I.A.

This course will address important issues as they relate to YOU, the dental professional. In the USA we work more hours and take fewer vacations than any other country.

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Thu. 3rd May 2018
08:00 PM EST (New York)

ECO-FRIENDLY DENTISTRY

Lisa Knowles, D.D.S.

RAISE YOUR ECO-CONSCIOUSNESS—RAISE YOUR BOTTOM LINE $$$

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On Demand dental Webinar

Women’s Wellness: What a Difference an X Makes!

Maria Perno Goldie, RDH, BA, MS

Women and men have different healthcare needs, and regarding oral healthcare, men and women often require different approaches to treatment.

Language: English

ADA CE Credits: 1

AGD CE Credits: 1

Categories: Older Adults, Oral and Overall Health, Practice Management, Sensitivity

On Demand dental Webinar

​Understanding Dentine Hypersensitivity: Improving a Patients Quality of Life

Mark Wolff, DDS, PhD Professor and Chair

Dentinal hypersensitivity continues to be a problem for patients and practitioners alike.

Language: English

ADA CE Credits: 1

AGD CE Credits: 1

Categories: Sensitivity

On Demand dental Webinar

Dentine Hypersensitivity – Recommendations for the Management of a Common Oral Health Problem

David Bartlett, Professor of Prosthodontics, BDS, MRD, PhD,FDSRCS

Dentine Hypersensitivity (DHS) is a common global oral health problem affecting many individuals. In recent years, awareness has grown among dental professionals that Dentine Hypersensitivity is an increasingly important issue that needs to be carefully addressed both from a diagnostics and management perspective.

Language: English

ADA CE Credits: 1

AGD CE Credits: 1

Categories: Sensitivity