COURSE 201F

Damon Adams, DDS

Wednesday, April 3rd – 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

COURSE CODE: 201F
7 CE CREDIT HOURS

FEE: ADA/LIFE MEMBER: $195
NEW DENTIST: $100 LAB TECHNICIAN: $75
RDH/STAFF: $100 NON-ADA MEMBER: $250
RESIDENT/STUDENT: FREE

ATTEND TWO HALF-DAY OR ONE FULL DAY COURSE ON WEDNESDAY AND SELECT ANY EVENING LECTURE FOR FREE (EXCLUDES CPR)


“Trends, Innovations, Controversies and Clinical Tips”

This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by Ivoclar Vivadent, DMG America & Tokuyama


In this information-packed scientific program, Dr. Adams, from his unique perspective as editor-in-chief of one of North America’s leading clinical and news journals, will present an engaging presentation focused on current trends, controversies and innovations. He will be placing a special emphasis on a variety of clinical and treatment planning tips designed to assist the dentist and team in choosing and successfully implementing the latest lab-fabricated all-ceramic dental materials and treatment protocols.

This science-based presentation is recommended for doctors and dental
laboratory technicians.

Topics Covered (As time allows)
 A review of some of the latest trends, developments, and innovations in dentistry
 Learn ways to minimize all-ceramic failures/fractures
 100% zirconium restorations: Evidence-based data versus future challenges?
 Update on the new hybrid polycrystalline ceramics: recommendations on implementation
 Latest preparation and core build-up requirements for lithium disilicate and monolithic zirconia restorations
 Review and update of the latest translucent zirconia options: indications, special cautions, and future challenges
 Update on cementation protocols and bioactive cements for lab-fabricated materials
 An update on surface treatments for all-ceramics. Making it much simpler!
 Diagnosis and treatment planning considerations for lab-fabricated restorative materials
 3 good reasons you should not wait to own and regularly use a soft-tissue laser
 A brief update on revolutionary developments in composite resin materials
 Latest trends in composite resin prep design, restorative placement, and injection-molded
techniques, and composite resin options for complex cases
 A brief review of CAD/CAM/scanning and printing technologies for the dental office


Damon Adams, DDS a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry, is an assistant clinical professor at the University of Toledo, College of Medicine.
Dr. Adams is the editor-in-chief of Dentistry Today. In addition, he lectures internationally focusing on practical scientific updates in dental materials, the latest trends and innovations in dentistry, doctor-technician relationships and techno-clinical perspectives.
Dr. Adams is a member of the ADA, AGD, ASDA, NADL, and a Fellow in the International College of Dentists.

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