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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Do Not Miss Treating The Future Gens' Smiles Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Do Not Miss Treating The Future Gens' Smiles

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Fred Margolis, DDS


Date Added:
06/29/2009

Course Description:

In-depth series seminar presented by Dr. Fred Margolis, DDS, clinician/educator certified in pediatric dentistry. Teenagers in a practice can fall through the cracks, causing inadequate treatment to improve self-image; techniques used on adults fall short. Learn how to easily meet the needs of this in-between population by the use of actual practice cases, while gaining future adult patients in your practice that understand quality esthetic dentistry. Includes discussion on user-friendly isolation techniques, laser prep, matrix systems, recontouring, bleaching, microabrasion, and latest interim/veneer/composite restorations as well as mouth guards.

Learning Objectives:

  • To witness various actual practice esthetic dentistry cases as performed on the teenage population.
  • To tailor esthetic dentistry to meet the needs of the teenage population of a dental practice, giving them a positive self-image.
  • To investigate the latest products available for easy-to-implement esthetic dentistry on the teenage population.
  • To perform the latest esthetic techniques on the teenage population including isolation techniques/matrices, tooth bleaching/recontouring/microabrasion, veneer and composite placement, interim restorations, mouth guards, as well as laser tooth preparation.

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Part 1
In part 1 of this series, Dr. Fred Margolis, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentistry at the University of Illinois, discusses the clinical application of pediatric esthetic therapy for teens. Emphasis is placed on topics such as enamel microabrasion and isolation techniques such as paint on dam materials. In addition, interim restorations and minimally invasive techniques are discussed.
2 Pediatric Esthetic Dentistry for Teens: Part 2
In part 2 of this series, Dr. Fred Margolis, Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatric Dentsistry at the University of Illinois, discusses the clinical application of different matrix systems that are extremely useful in composite restorative therapy for teens. In addition, the Isolite, a mouth prop, intra-oral lite and suction all in one, is also discussed in conjunction with the use of Erbium laser for tooth preparations.
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