The Clinical Restorative Techniques in Contemporary Implant Dentistry course is a unique way to continue your education and learn more about restorative techniques. This course will greatly focus on the use of patient-specific abutments, which provide practitioners with a means to obtain optimal esthetic results in fewer patient visits, as well as eliminate the complexity associated with traditional implant solutions.
Advances in Digital Dentistry, in association with DDS Lab, on Tuesday, October 24th, 2017, at DDS Lab, is a unique way to continue your education and learn more about how digital dentistry is changing the way general dentists, oral surgeons and laboratory technicians interact with one another and plan treatment. Incorporation of CAD/CAM technology for restorative solutions can help deliver natural-looking, esthetic results for patients. Connectivity between current CAD/CAM scanners and intra-oral scanners allows the restorative doctor to take a digital impression, make any occlusal modifications chairside, and send the file to the laboratory to design the restoration.
The Pikos Symposium, November 2-4, 2017, at the Ritz Carlton in Orlando, FL, is a unique program that features sixteen Master Clinicians sharing their surgical and restorative protocols for full arch immediate reconstruction. DDS Lab is proud to announce that we are offering five scholarships, each worth a $750 value, to doctors that are interested in attending this one of a kind event.
Continuing education is important for dentists and dental assistants, but finding the time to earn CE credit is not always easy. As an approved PACE program provider, our online courses are viewable from anywhere, at any time, allowing dental professionals to build up credit when it is most convenient.
Whether you are newly qualified or have been in practice for many years, you are bound to pick up some valuable tips from this online course. Prep design is a vital factor and this course reviews prep parameters and advises on prepping for different restorations. Because any case is only as good as the impression it starts with; we also take an in-depth look at impressions, particularly which materials are best to use and the increasing popularity of digital impressions. All-ceramic restorations are fast replacing PFMs and gold crowns. Our course covers the most popular materials, indications, and contraindications.
This seminar is given in a multimedia format with a hands-on segment showing drug administration, using real drugs, in real syringes, on simulated models. We will also have interactive audience participation (on a volunteer basis) to facilitate the learning experience. This presentation will review the prevention, preparations, recognition, and the management of medical emergencies – which can and do occur – anywhere and at anytime.