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    Clinical Benefits of Electric Rotary Surgical Equipment in Implant and Oral Surgery Procedures

    You have taken the courses, you have the knowledge and the equipment to place Implants and perform various Oral Surgery procedures. Are you using your electric Surgical “Implant” motor to its full extent? Join us to review the W&H Implantmed Plus Surgical motor system and the various surgical handpieces that can help you in your practice – every day. Experience greater cutting power and reduced aerosol with the use of sterile irrigation along with handpieces that can be taken apart for optimal cleaning, longevity and reduced repair bills.


    Clinical Concepts and Emerging Technologies in Periodontal Hard and Soft Tissue Regeneration

    Reconstructive procedures in periodontology aim at regenerating the lost periodontal supporting tissues which have been lost following periodontal disease. The presentation will answer the question on the clinical benefit of reconstructive procedures in intrabony and furcations defects for improving tooth prognosis and provide the clinician with an evidence based clinical concept for using these procedures in various clinical scenarios. Moreover, new data from preclinical studies and clinical case series have shown that the use of certain volume stable collagen matrices may have a positive effect on stabilizing the periodontal wound and the flap thus enhancing wound healing/regeneration and may be of potential clinical relevance.


    Communication for Increased Case Acceptance

    Case acceptance in the hygiene department is vital to the well-being of our patients and our practice. In dentistry, we are typically great at explaining what needs to be done and how we are going to do it, but rarely touch on the "why" behind the treatment. Join us to learn the 5 vital steps for better communication and increased case acceptance.


    Dental Hygiene - COVID-19 & Beyond

    Coronavirus poses a much higher risk to people living with pre-existing conditions and systemic inflammation. Now more than ever, it is imperative that we consider the role we play as true health care providers to support our patients to optimal oral and overall health.


    Emergency Preparedness in the NEW New

    Now that your clinic is up and running, you are slowly but surely seeing all kinds of patients, performing all types of procedures. Your infection control is now outstanding! but are you prepared to save a life? Are you confident to overcome a medical emergency? Tune in to our online webinar for tips and tricks on Emergency Preparedness in the new NEW!


    Extract, Graft, Seal. A Socket preservation technique that is simple, predictable and efficient

    Following tooth extraction, the alveolar ridge undergoes physiological remodeling that results in vertical and horizontal volumetric osseous reduction, an increase in soft tissue thickness, and a narrowed band of keratinized mucosa.Previously published systematic reviews have demonstrated that a substantial loss of alveolar ridge volume following tooth extraction may compromise a future implant-supported fixed dental prosthesis. Therefore, maintaining the post extraction dimensions will minimize the necessity for alveolar ridge augmentation prior to implant placement.