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Laser Assisted Surgery in Periodontics

Hana Hobbs DDS, MS

Laser Assisted Surgery in Periodontics

12 Mar 2021, 03:00 AM Helsinki

This course will describe the treatment of periodontal disease with Lasers, The pros and Cons and numerous case presentations with long term follow up will be presented. Participants will learn: Laser Assisted Periodontal Therapy The steps in laser therapy and treatment indications Numerous other applications of Lasers including treating Periimplantitis

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Immediacy: always properly performed?

Mauro Labanca

Immediacy: always properly performed?

10 Mar 2021, 02:00 PM Helsinki

Immediate loading options are being offered as almost routine and within everyone’s reach, but with more circumspection, particularly in light of the literature, which demonstrates that it is not always true that the success rates equal those of traditional treatments. How to ensure quality and the best outcome in the procedures and applying science as well as conscience?

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COVID-19 and oral cavity

Letícia Mello Bezinelli PhD, dentist of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein, Luciana Corrêa PhD, Associate Professor, Fernanda de Paula Eduardo PhD, dentist of Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein

COVID-19 and oral cavity

18 Feb 2021, 09:00 PM Helsinki

In this presentation, we will show our protocol for oral management of COVID-19 patients, emphasizing the importance of oral lesions diagnosis and treatment. We will discuss if the oral lesions can be derived from the direct virus action on the oral mucosa or derived from the systemic condition of the patient. All the clinical cases... View Article

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Diversity of Culture, Diversity of Thought, and Diversity of Action

Joy Void-Holmes RDH, BSDH, DHSc

Diversity of Culture, Diversity of Thought, and Diversity of Action

03 Feb 2021, 03:00 AM Helsinki

As professionals, you must prepare yourself for the future of diversity and develop strategies to become more inclusive beyond race.

Exchange instrument-handling-time to valuable patient-service-time! Simple instrument logistics routines that help preventing cross-contamination, improve quality and make economic sense

20 Jan 2021, 02:00 PM Helsinki

Increasing infection risks and unforeseen organizational challenges in our dental practices prompt us to go through the clinic’s current routines and look for ways to rationalize them. Instrument logistics can and should be re-organized with the aim of increasing patients and personnel safety, improving treatment quality and saving precious time for the whole dental team.

#ReputationMatters: The ‘No Cost’ Method for Growing Your Practice

13 Jan 2021, 03:00 AM Helsinki

Online reviews are the missing link.

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Peri-implant Soft Tissue Management and Integration

Dr. Mario Roccuzzo

Peri-implant Soft Tissue Management and Integration

08 Jan 2021, 01:00 PM Helsinki

One of the greatest challenges facing clinicians is to obtain an early and long-standing effective mucosa seal, capable of biologically protecting the peri-implant structures. This is particularly difficult in compromised sites, due to trauma, atrophy, and/or periodontal disease. Recent systematic reviews have confirmed that, the presence of an appropriate amount of keratinized mucosa is desirable.

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The impact of shaping on cleaning root canal systems

Hani Ounsi DDS PhD FICD

The impact of shaping on cleaning root canal systems

18 Dec 2020, 03:00 PM Helsinki

Nickel-titanium rotary instruments have established themselves as indispensable in the endodontic armamentarium. They have significantly contributed to simplify and speed up the shaping procedure.

Caries prevention in children: supporting a healthy microbiome with pre- and probiotics

16 Dec 2020, 08:00 PM Helsinki

This webinar will review the current evidence for the role of prebiotics and probiotic bacteria in the prevention and management of dental caries in children.

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Sinus Floor Elevation: Management of Complications

Dr. Özgür Erdogan

Sinus Floor Elevation: Management of Complications

16 Dec 2020, 01:00 PM Helsinki

Sinus floor elevation (SFE) is a well-accepted surgical procedure for the treatment of the atrophic posterior maxillary alveolar bone. The original technique, lateral window SFE, was introduced almost 4 decades ago and it has evolved through years resulting in modified methods such as transcrestal SFE. Although SFE using both lateral window and transcrestal approaches is a predictable surgical procedure with low complication rates and high survival rates, complications and failures are anticipated like as with all kind surgical procedures. This webinar will address common and uncommon intraoperative and postoperative complications associated with SFE and will discuss their management along with preventative measures and treatment strategies.

Are we playing “Russian Roulette” with our patients? Everything about factory-made contaminants on sterile packaged dental implants

15 Dec 2020, 11:00 PM Helsinki

No one expected sterile dirt on medical devices. However, recent tests found the opposite. This dental webinar unveils the consequences for dentists and informs about how to avoid major risks.

Re-Engineering Endodontics for Dentin Conservation: A guide for Efficient Adoption to Practice

11 Dec 2020, 09:00 PM Helsinki

This presentation discusses the evolution of Endodontics from traditional methods to modern conservative treatment.

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Integrating Guided Surgery Concept in Clinical Practice

10 Dec 2020, 02:00 AM Helsinki

Team Communication, treatment planning and execution represent the 3 pillars of interdisciplinary Implant therapy.

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Whole Mouth Health: Oral Health Literacy & Behaviour Change

Dr. Joe Langley, Prof. Paul Brocklehurst, Prof. Ian Gwilt, Aaron Davis

Whole Mouth Health: Oral Health Literacy & Behaviour Change

08 Dec 2020, 05:00 PM Helsinki

A whole mouth health model cannot be based on a ‘one size fits all’ solution. Adapting to individual needs and tailoring to specific contexts is necessary for such a model to work

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Slow Dentistry

Miguel Stanley D.D.S

Slow Dentistry

04 Dec 2020, 12:00 PM Helsinki

Join us for a free online webinar with our founder Dr Miguel Stanley, on 4th December 2020 to find out how Slow Dentistry became the fastest growing global network in dentistry today.

Clinical concepts and emerging strategies in reconstructive periodontal surgery and periodontal and peri-implant infection control

Reconstructive/regenerative procedures in periodontology aim at rebuilding the periodontal supporting tissues which have been lost following periodontal disease or trauma. Substantial evidence indicates that in carefully selected patients and defects, combined with a strict pre -and postoperative infection control, reconstructive/regenerative periodontal surgery may lead to substantial clinical benefits evidenced by probing depth reduction, clinical attachment level gain, defect fill, thus improving long-term tooth prognosis and survival. Emerging evidence also suggests that the use of certain types of lasers and/or antibacterial photodynamic therapy (a-PDT) may result in reduction of inflammation and improved clinical stability, thus representing potential modalities for maintaining periodontal and peri-implant tissue stability.

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Implant rehabilitation in geriatric patients with comorbidities

When tooth loss occurs later in life, ageing and multimorbidity impact dental treatment decisions. There is sufficient evidence to state that the mandibular implant overdenture is a well-established treatment modality, certainly in non-dependent edentulous individuals, but little is known on the very old and geriatric edentulous patients with comorbidities. They often present unfavourable anatomical conditions and effects of the multiple medications for their chronic conditions. The present webinar therefore describes the use of minimal-invasive and simple treatment concepts for elderly, edentulous patients and discusses the risks of implant placement that are related to their medical conditions. It further highlights possible complications which may arise with the onset of dependency and/or frailty and advises further simplification of the implant-restorations when needed. Recall and maintenance in this group of patients is crucial to assure the patients’ benefit from the intervention

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Where Technology and Biology Meet in Implant Dentistry

Dr. Kyle Stanley

Where Technology and Biology Meet in Implant Dentistry

This presentation will showcase proven research and how to avoid problems by utilizing surgical and restorative workflows on combination with technology.

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Diode lasers: Your first step into the world of Laser Dentistry

Marina Polonsky DDS, MSc.,

Diode lasers: Your first step into the world of Laser Dentistry

This webinar is an introduction to diode lasers and how to incorporate this technology into your everyday practice from periodontal procedures designed for your hygienist to surgical advantages for the dentist and, finally, a stimulation of healing and inhibition of pain associated with low level laser therapy.

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Essentials for Igniting Evidence-Based Practice

Joanna Asadoorian PhD, RDH

Essentials for Igniting Evidence-Based Practice

This webinar introduces the essential steps of evidence-based practice founded on recently published core competencies in evidence-based practice for health care professionals.

Testing the depth of the river with both feet: the ozone breakthrough in dentistry

Dott. Enrica Giammarinaro, Research Fellow at Istituto Stomatologico Toscano, will hold the english webinar on behalf of Prof.ssa Annamaria Genovesi. Despite the continuous debate in the scientific community, the evidence on ozone efficacy has increased steadily.

Common sense versus COVID-19 sense: Simple and effective precautions to protect patients, personnel and surroundings from infections

We are constantly surrounded by a plenitude of potentially infectious microorganisms. The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic cast a renewed light on the importance of infection control routines, both in daily life and in the medical field. Infection control and prevention commonly observed in the dental practice are safe and effective, but hygiene routines need to be known, understood and strictly observed by the whole dental office team.

Removable dentures, a viable treatment option for edentulous patients

The use of osseointegrated implants for the stabilization of mandibular complete dentures is one of the great achievements in modern dentistry. It is well documented in the literature that the stabilization of lower dentures with two implants reduces peri-implant bone atrophy, increases chewing efficiency, reduces masseter muscle atrophy, and improves the patient’s oral health related quality of life significantly. Diagnostic prerequisites for backward planning as well as the use of two-piece as well as small diameter one-piece implants will be considered. In an approach that considers the general functional capacity and possible functional decline of the elderly edentulous patient a staged approach for the choice overdentures attachments will be discussed.

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How Does Oral Health Impact Athletic Performance and Vice-versa?

Dr. Sophie Dartevelle, Ian Needleman BDS MSc PhD MRDRCS(Eng) FDSRCS(Eng) FFPH FHEA

How Does Oral Health Impact Athletic Performance and Vice-versa?

Around the world, people practice sports at the amateur and elite levels. Whether athletes practice their sport as a hobby or professionally, their oral health is an important element of their general health and impacts their athletic performance. In this webinar, our experts will introduce the context and research related to the impact of sports on oral health and the impact of oral health on athletics performance. In addition, participants will be presented with the practical elements that dental professionals should consider for the prevention and treatment of athletes’ oral health.

Utilizing contemporary digital technology, from 3D implant planning to patient acceptance.

Innovative digital technology has given us the ability to diagnose and treatment plan our patients more accurately and more efficiently.  This allows us to create a functional esthetic restoration in a more predictable efficient manner utilizing a team approach.  The previous methods utilizing standardized space measurements to position dental implants creates restorations that are not... View Article

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Management of ECC under COVID 19 conditions

Prof. Dr. Norbert Krämer

Management of ECC under COVID 19 conditions

Despite the general decline in caries, many questions in paediatric dentistry remain unresolved. The problem of early childhood caries continues to cause a high need for care. Against this background, the following special aspects of caries therapy in milk teeth will be discussed in more detail in this lecture.

Complex augmentation procedures with bone shields and bone blocks

The ideal implant position facilitates ideal aesthetic outcome. Therefore bone augmentative procedures are necessary in daily implantology. Regarding bone biology the gentle preparation of the bone with piezoelectric divice is important for good healing results.

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The Bone-Implant Void: Managing the Gap

Dr. Phil Walton

The Bone-Implant Void: Managing the Gap

Amidst various technologies and treatment options for replacement of one’s tooth, dental implants have become the standard of care in present day practice.

Tackling Antibiotic Resistance: What can the dental profession do?

Everyone has a role in tackling antibiotic resistance – what’s yours? Whether you are just starting out in dental antibiotic stewardship or are more experienced, this webinar is aims to offer something for everyone, from general dentists to specialist oral surgeons and from practice receptionists to those working in healthcare policy.

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