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Building Resilience During the Rebound

with Special Guest Speaker:  Natalie Barronwebsite webinar image (2)

Date:  Thursday, June 4th, 2020 at 1pm CST

Members:  FREE    Non-members:  FREE

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Offices have reopened, but things aren’t the way they used to be. Getting used to the “new normal” can be stressful and draining. In this 1 hour webinar, learn proven strategies to help you not only cope, but excel, during the next several months of transition.

This is a great webinar for both doctor and front office team members!

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Simplifying Cement Choices: One Cement with Multiple Uses

with Special Guest Speaker:  Dr. Susan McMahon

Date:  Tuesday, July 28th, 2020 at 8pm CST

1.0 CE Credit

Member:  FREE    Non-Member:  $30

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There are hundreds of cements currently on the market. What cement do we use for what material? How can we inventory so many different types? How confusing are all the choices for our dental assistants? This course will review universal, self-adhesive, adhesive and conventional cements and their mechanisms. Guidelines for cement selection based on substrate and restorative material will be presented. A new multifunctional cement and core product will be introduced.
Learning Objectives:

  • Give dentists an understanding of mechanisms for universal, self-adhesive, adhesive, and conventional cements.
  • Give dentists basis and guide for cement selection in relation to material and substrate.
  • Give dentists cementation tips and tricks.
  • Introduce dentist to new multifunctional cement/core product.

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