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FEBRUARY 2020

Injection Molding with Modern Matrices: Revolutionary Anterior & Posterior Adhesive Dentistry with Dr. Taras Konanec

Dr. Taras Konanec
  • Hotel Ruby Foo's

  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM ET

  • 3 CE Credits/ 6 ODQ Units

hands-on component

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20 | MONTREAL, QC

Injection Molding with Modern Matrices: Revolutionary Anterior & Posterior Adhesive Dentistry with Dr. Taras Konanec

Direct composites are underappreciated in today’s world of implants and computer-assisted ceramics. Yet, composite can be one of the least invasive, most natural and wonderfully esthetic of all restorations. Experience a unique approach to modern resin dentistry. Participants will learn how to use injection molding to create ideal margins, rounded emergence profiles and mirror-smooth restorations. Anatomic Bioclear® matrices are one of the main advancements in anterior composite dentistry in recent years- and the technique keeps evolving!


Hands-on training will utilize soft-tissue dentoforms, Bioclear® Matrices and restorative materials.

• Modern Class II posterior restoration;

• Black Triangle closures.

Elements Of Modern Endodontics. A Modular Approach with Dr. Jose Da Costa

Dr. Jose Da Costa
  • Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites St. Catharines Conf Ctr, St. Catharines, Ontario

  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM ET

  • 3 CE Credits per module

hands-on component

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27 & THURSDAY, MARCH 26 | ST. CATHARINES, ON

Elements Of Modern Endodontics. A Modular Approach with Dr. Jose Da Costa

Dr. Da Costa graduated as a general dentist from the University of Toronto in 1991. He owned and operated a general dental office from 1991 to 2005 in downtown Toronto with an interest in both Endodontics and Implantology. From 1991 to 2003 he was an Associate in Dentistry, teaching in the department of Oral Anatomy, as well as the Qualifying Program (for foreign trained dentists) at the Faculty of Dentistry,University of Toronto. He completed graduate training in Endodontics in 2007 at the University of Toronto under the supervision of Dr. Shimon Friedman, and graduated with a Master of Science in Endodontics and a Fellowship in Endodontics from the Royal College of Dentists of Canada. He was an Associate in Dentistry for the Department of Endodontics at the University of Toronto teaching in undergraduate and graduate Endodontics and was the past president of both the George Hare Study Club and the OSE. Dr. Da Costa is now in a private practice limited to Endodontics in Toronto, ON.

  • FEB 27: Hands-On
  • MAR 26: Hands-On

Elements Of Modern Endodontics. A Modular Approach - Module 1 with Dr. Jose Da Costa 

Recent studies suggest that endodontic success rates have not measurably improved with the new technology available to us. With such complex root anatomy, the variety of canal dimensions, and compromised teeth that clinicians face along with the dozens of variables in the instruments used to treat such anatomy, it is clear that a more “tailor-made” approach is needed for Endodontic therapy today. Anecdotal experience, and the advent of microcomputed tomography, allowing more complete three dimensional information on canal anatomy, underscores the need to take this approach. This two module curriculum goes back to basics to teach the practitioner, step-by-step, how to apply various technologies to clinically proven techniques.

As the first module is taken, the attendee can digest the principles learned, and put them into practice, before moving on to part two 4 weeks later, on March 26, 2020.

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED INDEFINITELY


Elements Of Modern Endodontics. A Modular Approach - Module 2 with Dr. Jose Da Costa (Hands-On)

MODULE 2 - OBTURATION OF THE CANAL & CORONAL SEAL - HANDS-ON

The following topics will be covered during Module 2:

• 3-Dimensional vertical compaction of gutta percha - learn how to do it like the endodontists;

• Endo-restorative considerations;

• The importance of immediate coronal seal, HOW?

• Introducing Bioceramic materials to your practice.

Hands-on Workshop will focus on the obturation of the teeth used in Module 1.

PLEASE NOTE:If participants did not attend Module 1 they should bring a pre-accessed and instrumented tooth.


MARCH 2020

  • Homewood Suites by Hilton Toronto Vaughan

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

hands-on course

FRIDAY, MARCH 6 | VAUGHAN, ON

Mastering Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations: Hands-On Workshop with Dr. Marc Geissberger

The use of composite resin material as a direct restorative for anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically increased in the marketplace. Establishing streamlined technique protocols is essential to restore the dentition with predictable clinical results. Particular emphasis will be placed on creating ideal anatomy and life-like results in all clinical situations. Of particular importance to the comfort and longevity of a composite restoration is the choice of your adhesive technique. 

Doctors Bogle & Crisanti
  • Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, AB

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM MT

  • 6 CE Credits 

hands-on course

FRIDAY, MARCH 13 | EDMONTON, AB

Mastering The Curve: Proficient Endodontic Therapy with Dr. Bogle & Dr. Crisanti

Focus will be on creating predictable, efficient and excellent care through in a “what you need to know” approach of hand/rotary instrumentation, irrigation and obturation. This course is designed to give you the most practical knowledge you need to get operating at the highest level of excellence. Through an interactive multimedia lecture followed by a clinician driven and inspired hands-on session, your skill will improve instantly.

Dr. Ron Kaminer
  • Days Inn & Suites by Wyndham Moncton, Moncton, NB

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM AT

  • 6 CE Credits 

FRIDAY, MARCH 13 | MONCTON, NB

High Tech Minimally Invasive Dentistry: Tips & Tricks for Maximum Success with Dr. Ron Kaminer

In a busy practice, our days are often filled with various forms of stress. From running the business side of the practice, to communicating to patients to performing outstanding restorative dentistry, we all face the same issues. Join us as we present a clear recipe for success. We will start with the basics of diagnostics and progress to the most current technological advancements, all in the best interest of our patients. At the end of the program, every attendee will leave with Monday morning pearls that will be easily implemented into day-to-day practice.

Dr. Taras Konanec
  • Sheraton Montreal Airport Hotel, Montreal, QC

  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM ET

  • 3 CE Credits

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

THURSDAY, MARCH 19 | MONTREAL, QC 

Injection Molding with Modern Matrices: Revolutionary Anterior & Posterior Adhesive Dentistry with Dr. Taras Konanec

Direct composites are underappreciated in today’s world of implants and computer-assisted ceramics. Yet, composite can be one of the least invasive, most natural and wonderfully esthetic of all restorations. Experience a unique approach to modern resin dentistry. Participants will learn how to use injection molding to create ideal margins, rounded emergence profiles and mirror-smooth restorations. Anatomic Bioclear® matrices are one of the main advancements in anterior composite dentistry in recent years- and the technique keeps evolving!

Hands-on training will utilize soft-tissue dentoforms, Bioclear® Matrices and restorative materials.
• Modern Class II posterior restoration;
• Black Triangle closures.


APRIL 2020

Dr. Harald Heymann
  • Deeley Exhibition, Vancouver, BC

  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM PT

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

FRIDAY, APRIL 3 | VANCOUVER, BC

Adhesive & Esthetic Dentistry: Proven Solutions for Clinical Success with Dr. Harald Heymann

Want a "bottom line" approach to what works in “everyday” adhesive, preventive and esthetic dentistry? This course will provide a real-world update on a variety of topics critical to consistent long-term success in conservative restorative and esthetic dentistry.Confused by all the different dental adhesives? Are “Universal” adhesives just “old wine in new bottles?” What are the keys to success with posterior composites? How can you best eliminate sensitivity and prevent recurrent decay? What are MMPs? How about thermal and sonic insertion systems for composites? Bulk fill restoratives? Bioactive materials? Will CO2 lasers soon replace the dental hand piece? What about bonding and cements for zirconia? Lithium disilicate?How do you best treat the high-risk caries patient? What about sliver diamine fluoride? What are the best treatment options for white spot lesions? What should you know about staging anterior implants for missing laterals and coordinating with timely orthodontics? What about esthetic anterior bonded bridges? What are the real facts and fallacies about vital tooth bleaching? Get the FACTS on all these topics based on research, not just opinion and hype.

Dr. David Chan
  • Crowne Plaza Montreal Airport, Montreal, Quebec

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits per module

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

FRIDAY, APRIL 3, 2020 & SATURDAY, APRIL 4, 2020 | MONTREAL, QC

Achieve a Higher Level of Artistry with Anterior Composites with Dr. David Chan

This course will help participants achieve a higher level of composite artistry with results that can seamlessly emulate natural teeth or rival the beauty of porcelain restoration by learning the concepts of both anterior composites and advanced restorative applications. Dr. Chan will cover, with live demonstrations, the fundamentals in a composite system, including the physical and optical properties of resins and differences including strength, translucency, predictable shade selection, tooth morphology and polishing techniques. The nuances that make a restoration average or exceptional such as color theory and composite selection based on the restorative goal will be presented in detail. The course will discuss the polychromatic nature of natural human teeth and how composite resins can be used to emulate that polychromatic appearance effortlessly and predictably.


Hands-On module will include using putty matrices and learning advanced diastema closing techniques.


Bonus: Q&A sessions at the end of the course.

  • APR 3: Lecture
  • APR 4: Hands-On

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:

- Best method of shade matching.

- How to correct poor shade matching.

- Learn the fundamental properties of composite systems (Optical, Physcial, and Handling).

- Learn the details of shade selection, tints and opaquers plus other pearls that ensure consistent results.

- Learn how to create polychromatic composite restorations that emulate nature and rival porcelain.

- Learn how to create proper anatomical contour with consistency and ease.

- Learn the secrets of finishing and polishing composites as well as how to develop a natural surface texture that rivals porcelain.

- How do you prevent voids and how to make them disappear.

- Treat and prevent post-op sensitivity.


Day 1 lecture is a pre-requisite for the hands-on course Saturday, April 4, 2020.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:

Based on the knowledge gained from the lecture portion of the course on Day 1, Dr. Chan will demonstrate live the following procedures using composites:

- Class IV fracture;

- Full composite veneer;

- Use Opaquers to mask a dark tooth;

- Diastema closure.

The participants will learn by duplicating the procedures themselves on their custom made models.

  • Clinical Research Dental, London, ON

  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM ET

  • 2 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

TUESDAY, APRIL 14 | LONDON, ON

Mastering Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations: Hands-On Workshop with Dr. Marc Geissberger

The use of composite resin material as a direct restorative for anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically increased in the marketplace. Establishing streamlined technique protocols is essential to restore the dentition with predictable clinical results. Particular emphasis will be placed on creating ideal anatomy and life-like results in all clinical situations. Of particular importance to the comfort and longevity of a composite restoration is the choice of your adhesive technique. 


Tuition includes a hands-on technique kit.

Dr. Matt Irvine
  • Kelowna Ramada Hotel & Conference Centre, Kelowna, BC

  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM PT

  • 3 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 | KELOWNA, BC

Doing More and Having Fun with Direct Composite Dentistry with Dr. Matt Irvine

What is a successful outcome for a dental treatment? The use of pre-formed mylar matrixes provides us with tools and techniques to improve the form and function of our direct restorative work, resulting in better outcomes and longevity. This practical course will introduce the matrix system and its use, as well as dive into the methodology of how the system may be applied in the general practice.


HANDS-ON TRAINING: Participants will obtain hands on experience with pre-formed mylar combined with injection molding of heated composite resin in anterior and posterior exercises.

Dr. Manfred Friedman
  • Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Ottawa Kanata,  Ottawa, ON

  • 6:00 PM - 9:30 PM ET

  • 3 CE Credits

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15 | OTTAWA, ON

The Evolution of Fiber Posts Technology & Systems with Dr. Manfred Friedman

After having attended the hands-on course the practitioner will be able to apply algorithms to assist him/her to resolve various problems encountered on a daily basis. In particular different endodontic cases will be showcased highlighting the problems. The attendees will learn how to make a choice as to the system that will enhance clinical predictability when a post and core is necessary for added retention.

  • Royal Canadian Legion Branch 594, Windsor, ON

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

FRIDAY, APRIL 17 | WINDSOR, ON

Mastering Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations: Hands-On Workshop with Dr. Marc Geissberger

The use of composite resin material as a direct restorative for anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically increased in the marketplace. Establishing streamlined technique protocols is essential to restore the dentition with predictable clinical results. Particular emphasis will be placed on creating ideal anatomy and life-like results in all clinical situations. Of particular importance to the comfort and longevity of a composite restoration is the choice of your adhesive technique. 

Dr. Paresh Shah
  • Holiday Inn Oakville Centre, Oakville, ON

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

FRIDAY, APRIL 17 | OAKVILLE, ON

Contemporary Esthetics For Everyday Practice with Dr. Paresh Shah

Today’s dentists are challenged with an increased complexity in esthetic demands. Furthermore, dentists are faced with an ever-changing selection of materials, procedures and requests from patients. At the heart of all this is what is most ideal for your patients. This lecture will review practical and new options for treating many of the challenges we encounter in everyday practice. You will also learn practical techniques to simplify the restoration of your cases and be able to implement many of these immediately.

Dr. Dennis Marangos
  • The Allied Centre For Continuing Dental Education, Toronto, ON

  • 6:30 PM - 9:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits (3 CE credits per course)

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

THURSDAY, APRIL 23 - THURSDAY, MAY 14 | TORONTO, ON

Direct Anterior & Posterior Restorations: 2-Part Hands-On Series with Dr. Dennis Marangos

  • Bundle of 2
  • APR 23
  • MAY 14

These programs can be taken individually or as a bundle of 2.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES: • Proper adhesive technique to reduce post-op sensitivity• The difference between total etch, self-etch and universal adhesive systems• When to use what system• Predictable anterior composite restorations that are functional, aesthetic with no post-op sensitivity• Predictable posterior contacts, good anatomy, reduced post-op sensitivity• The Bulk Fill Technique. 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND: These programs are suited for the new grad to the experienced dentist, as well as restorative hygienists.

UPON COMPLETION OF ALL 2 COURSES, PARTICIPANTS WILL BE AWARDED 3 CE CREDITS FOR EACH COURSE TOTALLING 6 CE CREDITS. 

SESSION 1 THURSDAY, APRIL 23, 2020 HANDS-ON– 3 CE CREDITS. THE DIRECT ANTERIOR RESTORATION

The Direct Anterior Restoration is the key to proper aesthetic dentistry. It can be done in 1 appointment and be very predictable, if you have a system and protocol. In this hands-on session, you will learn to do a Class IV build-up using a lingual matrix technique, an introduction to the Injection Mold Technique with modern matrices, when to layer and when one universal shade may be enough.

SESSION 2 THURSDAY, MAY 14, 2020 HANDS-ON – 3 CE CREDITS. THE DIRECT POSTERIOR RESTORATION

The Direct Posterior Composite is one of the most performed dental restorative procedures today. It is also considered one of the most technique sensitive procedures due to: post-op sensitivity, poor contacts, breakage, microleakage, etc. This hands-on session will have you working with various matrix systems currently available on the market, layered posterior composites as well as the bulk-filled composite system.


MAY 2020

Dr. Michael Miyasaki
  • Edmonton Convention Centre, Edmonton, AB

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

FRIDAY, MAY 1 | EDMONTON, AB

What You Need to Know About Direct and Indirect Restorative Materials and Techniques to Grow Your Practice with Dr. Michael Miyasaki 

The changes in today’s insurance and economic climate has made practice growth more challenging. You could work harder, but this presentation will show you another option – increasing your practice’s efficiency and decreasing the cost to deliver your services without compromising quality. And this is done with the intent to make your practice remarkable to sustain your growth intelligently. This course will also provide hands-on demonstrations and implementation strategies that will change your practice.

  • Casino Nova Scotia, Halifax, NS

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

FRIDAY, MAY 1 | HALIFAX, NS

Practical Pearls for Profitable and Predictable Everyday Dentistry with Dr. Dennis Marangos

As dentists we are constantly faced with a barrage of new materials, diagnostic instruments and ideas that will revolutionize our dental lives. But how can we be sure of the claims from all the manufacturers? Dr Marangos will guide you through some of the material choices we have today in Dentistry using predictable diagnostic protocols to ensure the correct material for a particular treatment which is specific to a patient's needs are used. Topics will include everything from the New Patient Exam, to diagnosis of the functional (occlusion, TMD, Sleep Apnea and Bruxism), biomechanical (adhesive restorations, direct vs indirect options, impression materials and techniques), aesthetic (smile design considerations, and materials), and periodontal implications of our proposed treatment plan.

Dr. David Clark
  • Hotel Blackfoot, Calgary, AB

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM MT

  • 6 CE Credits per module

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

FRIDAY, MAY 1 & SATURDAY, MAY 2 | CALGARY,AB

Dr. David CLARK is the founder of the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry. He lectures and gives hands-on seminars internationally. These two courses are back-to-back on the calendar. You must attend the lecture in order to take the hands-on course on Saturday. Click here to register for both courses.

  • MAY 1: Lecture
  • MAY 2: Hands-On

Innovative Solutions for the Modern Dental Practice - 2020 Update 

This lecture will present creative solutions to the frustrations encountered by clinicians everyday. Dr. David Clark’s modern approach to restorative dentistry showcases minimally invasive techniques for solving clinical impediments without compromising outcomes and esthetics. 

Achieving Miraculous Solutions with Modern Matrices (Hands-On)

During this hands-on course participants will learn how to perform minimally traumatic preparations and direct Class II composite restorations utilizing modern matrices and flowable and paste composites. After completing this course participants may re-think the role of resins in their practice after seeing the possibilities in this renaissance of direct composites.


PLEASE NOTE: The “INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS FOR THE MODERN DENTAL PRACTICE” lecture is a prerequisite to this hands-on course.

  • Delta Hotels by Marriott Grand Okanagan Resort, Kelowna, BC

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

hands-on component

FRIDAY, MAY 22 | KELOWNA, BC

Mastering Anterior and Posterior Composite Restorations: Hands-On Workshop with Dr. Marc Geissberger

The use of composite resin material as a direct restorative for anterior and posterior restorations has dramatically increased in the marketplace. Establishing streamlined technique protocols is essential to restore the dentition with predictable clinical results. Particular emphasis will be placed on creating ideal anatomy and life-like results in all clinical situations. Of particular importance to the comfort and longevity of a composite restoration is the choice of your adhesive technique. 


JUNE 2020

Dr. William "Bo" Bruce
  • Chateau Nova Yellowhead, Edmonton, AB

  • 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM ET

  • 6 CE Credits 

THE EVENT IS POSTPONED AND WILL BE RESCHEDULED

FRIDAY, JUNE 5 | EDMONTON, AB

Everyday Dental Pearls In Aesthetic Dentistry with Dr. William “Bo” Bruce

They say that if you gain “one pearl of wisdom” from a lecture, it is worth your time. Well, what if you had the opportunity to collect a full strand of pearls in just a single presentation? This course is designed to do precisely that, by revealing pearl after pearl of insights directly related to the everyday of dental practice. During this talk, you will discover easy step-by-step systems for making both simple and complex aesthetic dentistry more predictable. Dr. Bruce will also share with you some of the key items that he considers a must-have in his practice. By the end of the course, you will accumulate a collection of gems and findings on how to provide your patients with the best possible treatments and how to become most efficient in the practice.


Register online or by contacting Irene Lamonde ilamonde@clinicalresearchdental.com1-800-265-3444 (Ext. 223).

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