A New Era of Bioactive Glass Restoratives
Live CE Webcast, •
Friday, August 21, 2020 • 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. ET
Minimally invasive procedures are quickly becoming the norm in dentistry. Whether you are trying to reduce aerosols, preserve tooth structure or just trying to ease dental anxiety, minimally invasive procedures and materials can help!
This trio of experts are pioneers minimally invasive dentistry and will share how to optimize the latest materials and techniques for the modern clinical practice. Learn how to maximize your production with materials like Glass Hybrids, Glass Ionomers, Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF), and much more! Reserve your seat now.
Online • LIve CE Webcast• Friday, August 21, 2020
7:00 AM to 10:00 AM Pacific Time
8:00 AM to 11:00 AM Mountain Time
9:00 AM to 12:00 PM Central Time
10:00 AM to 1:00 PM Eastern Time
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM ET • Jeremy Horst, DDS
How to Optimize Cavity Care and Staff Comfort with Glass Hybrids and Silver Diamine Fluoride
The pandemic has put stress on dentistry with clinics choosing various responses of whether and how to adjust. Minimally invasive, maximally effective dentistry offers options that avoid production of infectious aerosols and can safely engage personnel who may be concerned about formerly routine procedures. With more efficiency than ever, pits and fissures in primary or permanent teeth can be sealed or filled with Glass Hybrids. Non-cavitated or cavitated and cleansable caries lesions can be treated with Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF). The ADA Guideline on "non-restorative treatments" documents that treating caries without a drill has become standard. Now the whole team can get involved in the management of caries in a manner that optimizes productivity for the clinic and cavity control for the patient.
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM ET • Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD
The Glass Menagerie: Material Selection for Varying Clinical Scenarios
Hydrophilic, bioactive, bulk-fill, biomimetic, desensitizing, remineralizing; The chemical and physical properties of glass ionomer restoratives make them an ideal dental material choice. For clinicians that are either new to glass restoratives or looking to expand their use of these materials, the wide array of products can sometimes create confusion. Dr. MacLean will use case studies to demonstrate how she utilizes different materials to achieve clinical success.
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM ET • Douglas A. Young DDS, EdD, MS, MBA
Ensuring Success Using Glass Restoratives
Despite caries risk assessment and therapeutic tools have been in use for decades, dental caries remains a significant problem in many populations. The science and chemistry for using glass ionomer restoratives for its unique ability to treat caries lesions chemically will be presented. Success is often determined by correct placement techniques. Dr. Young will review how to properly use glass restoratives with, and without, the use of silver diamine fluoride (SDF) using minimally invasive methodology to bridge the gap between remineralization and traditional restoration.
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Jeremy Horst DDS, PhD
Dr. Horst is a practicing pediatric dentist and biochemist with UW and UCSF. He is known for investigating the strengths and limitations of Silver Fluoride therapy and helping to develop SMART fillings.
Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAAPD
Dr. Jeanette MacLean is a Diplomate of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, owner of Affiliated Children’s Dental Specialists in Glendale, Arizona, and mother of two. She received her dental degree, with honors, from the University of Southern California in 2003 and completed her specialty training in pediatric dentistry in 2005 at Sunrise Children’s Hospital through the University of Nevada School of Medicine. Dr. MacLean has become an internationally recognized advocate and expert on minimally invasive dentistry, appearing in newspapers, magazines, television, and continuing education lectures on this hot topic. Most notably, she was featured in the July 2016 New York Times article “A Cavity Fighting Liquid Helps Kids Avoid Dentists’ Drills,” which brought national attention to the option of treating cavities non-invasively with silver diamine fluoride.
Douglas A. Young DDS, EdD, MS, MBA
Dr. Young is a Professor Emeritus at the University of the Pacific where he is an active and ardent educator in the field of minimally invasive dentistry and cariology. He currently works for the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium as a specialist in oral health promotion. He was one of the founders of the CAMBRA (Caries Management By Risk Assessment) Coalition, American Dental Education Association (ADEA) Cariology Section, and the American Academy of Cariology (AAC).
Dr. Young served on the ADA Council of Scientific Affairs (2012-2016) and is currently a member of the ADA Evidence-Based Dentistry (EBD) Leaders network and a cariology consultant for the ADA. Dr. Young has presented at congresses and universities around the world. He has been published in numerous peer-reviewed dental journals and textbooks focusing on minimal invasive dentistry, silver fluoride, glass ionomer, and Caries Management by Risk Assessment.
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