Upcoming CE Courses

 

 


 

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    International Advancement Program in Implant Prosthodontics

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    How Do I Get Rid of This Patient! Patient Abandonment & Termination
    Stony Brook University, 111 Rockland Hall

    Speaker: Dr. Joseph Graskemper
    September 30, 2015 @ 5:00 pm EST

    This presentation by Dr. Joseph P. Graskemper is made to help the doctor understand the legal pitfalls of abandonment of a patient and the improper termination of patient care.  It will give a clear cut procedure on terminating a doctor-patient relationship to avoid a legal claim of patient abandonment.

    This is a no fee course; to register please email Hilary.Wolfskill@stonybrook.edu or call (631) 632-5468.

     

    New Horizons in Endodontics
    Stony Brook University, Wang Center Room 301
    Speaker: Dr. Jerome Cymerman
    November 6, 2015 @ 9:00 am EST

     

    This six hour lecture will concentrate on two areas.

    1. How to incorporate new material science, such as bioceramic technology and efficient rotary instrumentation into your clinical practice, and
    2. How to perform root canal therapy in such a manner that you actually enhance the long-term prognosis of the tooth. The goal of this program is to have all dentists learn how to perform endodontics in such a manner that they can offer their patients a predictable way of preserving their natural dentition in the long run.

    Included in the lecture component will be a thorough discussion concerning diagnosis, access, non-surgical and surgical ultrasonic use, irrigation, instrumentation, and obturation techniques. Particular emphasis will be placed on developing endodontic synchronicity between a machined preparation and a laser verified master bioceramic coated cone. Additionally, a new instrumentation and obturation technique (ESX® NiTi rotary instrumentation and Bonded Obturation) will be introduced. All participants will have the opportunity to validate these concepts during the hands-on session.

    The hands-on session provides the participants the opportunity to use "Real World" techniques and to witness first-hand, how they will change the way they practice endodontics. Time will also be dedicated to "Preventing the Separation of Rotary Files" and proper restoration of an endodontically treated tooth.

    To register for this course, please click here.

     

    Update Digital Technology
    Stony Brook University, Manhattan, New York
    Speakers: tbd
    November 6, 2015 

     

    Interdisciplinary treatment utilizing digital technology is the foundation of this meeting and all the expert teams and clinicians who will be speaking will illuminate that. The different dental teams participating in this unique event will bring real-world dentistry straight from their practices to the symposium stage and will engage each other and the audience, discussing and debating the best possible treatments utilizing the latest technology. 

    More information to come!


    1st Annual Ski Seminar on Endodontic Therapy and Implants
    WhiteCap Institute, Heber City, Utah
    Speakers: Drs. Jerome Cymerman & Marcus Abboud
    February 19 - Febraury 20, 2016

     

    This seminar will be presented by Drs. Jerome Cymerman & Marcus Abboud of the Stony Brook University, School of Dental Medicine. The first part of this seminar will review success rates of endodontic therapy, endodontic retreatment, endodontic surgery, and implants. Diagnostic techniques and the use of Cone Beam Computer Tomography and Implants will be discussed as well. The use of new bioceramic materials and instrumentation for surgical and non-surgical endodontics will be demonstrated. Modern microsurgical endodontic procedures will be reviewed with supporting literature. The goal of this course is to allow the practitioner to make informed decisions on when to retain the natural tooth or extract the tooth and place an implant. Included in the lecture component will be a thorough discussion concerning diagnosis, endodontic access, non-surgical and surgical ultrasonic use, irrigation, instrumentation, and obturation techniques.

    The goal of the hands on portion of this program is to have all dentists learn how to perform endodotics in such a manner that they can offer their patients a predictable way of preserving their natural dentition in the long run. A new instrumentation and obturation technique (ESX NiTi rotary instrumentation and Bonded Obturation) will be introduced. The hands-on session provides the participants the opportunity to use "Real World" techniques and to witness first-hand how they can change the way they practice endodontics. Time will also be dedicated to preventing the separation of rotary files and proper restoration of an endodontically treated tooth. 

    For more information or to register please contact Hilary.Wolfskill@stonybrook.edu

     

    More events are scheduled all the time. Check back later or join our mailing list by emailing Hilary.Wolfskill@stonybrook.edu