Guide to Diagnosing & Treating Endodontic & Periodontal Lesions
Lee H. Silverstein, DDS, MS, FACD, FICD;Peter C. Shatz, DDS, Albert L. Amato, DDS, David Kurtzman, DDS
Antibiotics in Dentistry
The latest from the experts on which antibiotics to use for oral infections
DentalXP Patient Exam Form
This patient exam form is one compiled from several clinicians and teachers like Drs. Leonard Abrams, John Kois, David Garber and Henry Salama
Improving Diagnosis Through the Use of Digital Radiography
As aesthetic dentistry has gained in popularity among. consumers, who are mare aware of the potential it has to correct deficiencies in their smiles, practitioners are challenged to improve the nature of their treatment. Often, this entails providing treatment with a smaller associated expense, reduced treatment duration or expense, and w ith increased comfort to the patient throughout the procedure. Facing these imperatives, greater numbers of practitioners have opted to incorporote digital communications…
Treatment of Sleep Apnea and "The Full Breath Solution"
Dr. Bryan Kerpian outlines the fundamentals of dentally related sleep disorders and what kind of therapy can we readily facilitate in dental practice.
Managing Soft Tissue Lesions
An alternative medicine that speeds up the healing process on soft tissue lesions.
Sleep Disorder Dentistry: Snoring & Sleep Apnea – Part 2
The classification, diagnosis and treatment of snoring and sleep apnea.
The Art of Clinical Photography
This program is designed to introduce you to the exciting world of Dental Digital Photography, showing how to take photos and images like a true professional! Gain practical hands-on experience that will demonstrate to you the benefits of including Digital Photography in your practice.
Therapeutic Agents in Dentistry: Choosing and Utilizing Wisely
Latest in therapeutics presented by a speaker with oral medicine/pharmacology background. Covers antibiotic/antifungal/antiviral agents for dental/orofacial infections.
From 2D to 3D: The Benefits of 3D-X-ray in the Different Fields of Dentistry
CBCT(Cone Beam Computed Tomography) has developed in the last years from a highly specialized used subject used mainly by specialized surgeons and implantologists to a wide field of indications, used mostly by general practitioners, periodontists, endodontists, general implantologists and orthodontists. The picture quality has increased drastically so the 3-D X-ray techniques are able to show aspects that 2-D X-ray-techniques are unable to present. 3-D X-ray systems are linked today to other diagnostic and electro-mechanical systems as there are automaticised software measure and diagnostic tools, intra and extra-oral scanning systems and CAD-CAM-milling-systems. That increases the diagnostic and treatment possibilities this systems offers to the users.
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