The mission of the Continuing Dental Education Department is to provide members of the dental profession with the opportunity to improve their knowledge, skill and judgment throughout their professional career with educational material that is scientifically based and free of commercial influence.
Continuing Dental Education
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All-Ceramic Restorations in 2013: Clinical steps
Longitudinal observations of bonded anterior ceramic restorations reveal an overwhelming success if the basic principles of bonding and minimal invasive procedure for the preservation of enamel are followed. In addition, new high strength all ceramic systems for fixed partial dentures have been developed in response to patient demand for tooth-coloured and metal free restorations. Each system requires specific tooth preparation, laboratory communication, surface conditioning and bonding.
All-Ceramic Restorations in 2013 is an in-depth look at concepts, procedures and products to enhance the durability of these restorations. MORE INFO
Small Field-of-View Cone Beam CT: Principles and Applications
The course on small field-of-view cone beam CT (cbCT) is a didactic and clinical hand’s on course that will introduce the participants to the principles of cbCT and its applications in dentistry consistent with RCDSO and ODQ educational guidelines for small field of view CT Scanners. MORE INFO