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Tuesday 5 December, 06:00 PM Europe/Berlin

The use of power driven and airflow scalers

Speaker: Michèle Reners

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Upcoming Live Dental Webinars

Live Webinar Tuesday 5 December, 06:00 PM CET (Zurich)

The use of power driven and airflow scalers

Speaker: Michèle Reners

Be Perio friendly and use the most appropriate instruments to respect the tissues.

C.E. Credits: 1 FREE Course Register

On-Demand Courses

This webinar will provide a short overview of the anatomy and function of the sulcus. The consequences of the curing gums and repairing teeth will be discussed based on recent research regarding selective biofilm management.

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This webinar will explain the jaw development in infants, provide an introduction to causes of malformation in the jaw and mouth and present clinical evidence for a new pacifier which prevents misalignments and supports nasal breathing.

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The Skills Beyond the Drill

Speaker: Jack Dillenberg DDS, MPH

Leadership is an essential skill beyond the drill in today’s workforce for achieving the integration of oral health in primary care. The 21st Century Dentist will require cultural diversity, partnerships and an under-standing of the social values of the future.

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Learn more about hygiene instructions for different types of implants prosthesis (fixed & removable). Provide the best prognosis and treatment in implantology.

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This webinar will illustrate the interrelation between biology and technology behind the most common complications with dental implants. It will present evidence-based comprehensive strategies for maintaining health and success.

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Tobacco still plays important role in oral and overall health. It is important contributing factor when we are talking about the risk for disease, as well as prognosis of our therapy.

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In everyday dental practice, conventional heath education approaches such as oral hygiene instructions or tobacco use brief interventions frequently lack long-term effect and thus appear to need repetition.

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Are we still treating periodontal disease as an infection when leading authorities have redefined periodontitis as an inflammatory disease? Today the AAP refers to periodontitis as an inflammatory disease with far reaching destructive effects on systemic health. The link between periodontal disease and systemic health is becoming increasingly clear and is the benchmark of innovative healthcare delivery. Long running, ongoing chronic disease such as periodontal disease tips the body’s balance towards chronic inflammation. Is our practice compliant with the newly published 2015 JADA guidelines for evidence–based clinical recommendations in the treatment of chronic periodontitis?

Inflammation often being referred to as the ‘silent killer’ is one of the hottest topics of research. The latest research surrounding the oral systemic link is both startling and compelling. Current research points to an association between oral health and some of today’s most prevalent and deadly diseases namely cardiovascular disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, respiratory illness, and autoimmune disorders.

What if we now could slow down the destruction caused by chronic inflammation and impact not only oral health but systemic health? If we continue to choose to ignore we are at a standstill in our treatment progress resulting in further destruction and unpredictable outcomes. Sound familiar?

Science and research by leading authorities presents a call to action for dental professionals to challenge our thinking. We have the ability to change lives through the power of our message and the science of our treatment. It’s time to put our words into action and recognize our role in reducing inflammation and sustaining overall health for our dental patients.

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Treating patients with specific conditions can be a challenge, but also an opportunity for any dental professional. Join us and see how you can create your niche, from xerostomia and oral cancers, to ORN.

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Today’s consumer appreciates the convenience and ease of technology as it relates to their healthcare. Text2Floss and pH2OH are two mobile applications (“apps”) developed by A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral H

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Back to basics in periodontal treatment

Speakers: Elizabeth Martinelli BDS, MSc, MClinDent (Perio), MFDS RCSEng, MRD RCSEd Specialist in Periodontics (UK), Edward Sammut BChD, MSc, MClinDent (Perio), MFDS, MRD RCSEd Specialist in Periodontics (UK)

Chronic periodontitis remains the most common cause of tooth loss in the developed world. It is essential for us to choose to manage it in the most effective ways possible to obtain the best possible results for the least possible intervention. This webinar will cover concepts of successful cause-related management of periodontitis.

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Treatment of Peri-implantitis and Peri-Mucositis

Speakers: Howard Gluckman, Elna Van der Ham iTOP teacher

Specialized oral hygiene aids to assist in the restoration of the disease and the healthy maintenance of the peri-implant tissue

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Treating Black Triangles Between Teeth

Speaker: Louis Malcmacher DDS, MAGD

Protocols to prevent and treat pathologies of teeth and implants.

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Up to now, adhesive restorative materials were inserted into conventional cavity preparations.

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The Integration of New Technologies and Their Impact on Oral Health

Speaker: Robert Levine President of (GLOH), Professor of Clinical Dentistry, Director of Laser Sciences

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Prosthodontic restorations, both fixed and removable are commonly seen in everyday dental practice.

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Chlorhexidine and the chemical control of dental plaque

Speaker: Matteo Basso DDS, PhD, MSc

Protocols to prevent and treat pathologies of teeth and implants.

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