Saturday, October 04, 2014
The Evolution of Pediatric Dentistry: Changing Concepts in Clinical Practice
All Day Event
Course Date: October 4, 2014
Location: Campus Inn Ann Arbor, Michigan
Course Title: The Evolution of Pediatric Dentistry: Changing Concepts in Clinical Practice
Presenter: Dr. Mark Cannon
7 CE Credits
Course description: This course will provide supporting research, rationale, and treatment protocol for the use of oral probiotics and antimicrobials followed by a discussion of minimally invasive dentistry. The discussion will begin with a review of current adhesive concepts and an introduction to a new 7th generation adhesive material and technique.
Dr. Cannon will review changes in the concepts of infant oral health, re-mineralization therapy and the success of the hydrophilic sealants including a discussion of diagnostic equipment appropriate for clinical practice. Esthetic and conservative pediatric restorative, specifically the development of second-generation compomers and resin modified glass ionomers will be presented.
The course will include an update in the "open sandwich" technique using dual cure material as the base component. Dr. Cannon will present the results of retrieval samples collected over the past 15 years, including "low-shrink" resin based composites. Anterior restorations will be discussed with attention to the appropriateness of the procedures and case selection. The course will conclude with a review of the research into new pulpal therapy techniques and the continued evolution of mobile anesthesia.
MAPD members $200, AAPD members $375, other dentists $425. Cost includes course fees, handouts and lunch. Contact Dr. Michelle Tiberia (586) 216-3593 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit http://www.Michiganapd.org
for more details.
Registration begins August 1, 2014. Last day to register is September 26, 2014. Registrations received after September 26th – add $100 to registration fee.
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