March 2016

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A Sequential Approach to Implant-Supported Overdentures

Timothy Kosinski, DDS, discusses a variety of advantages in prescribing implant-supported overdentures.

Maximizing Stability and Prosthetic Durability
Paresh B. Patel, DDS, demonstrates how implants can be used in combination with monolithic zirconia to deliver fully edentulous patients an aesthetic and long-lasting solution.

The Single-Stage Implant Procedure: Science or Convenience?
Dale R. Rosenbach, DMD, MS, addresses the question of whether there is a strong clinical
rationale for immediate implant abutment placement. The risks and benefits of delayed implant abutment placement versus immediate abutment placement are reviewed. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

Cameograms: A New Technique for Prosthodontic Applications

Joseph J. Massad, DDS, et al present a clinical case report demonstrating the the value of the cameogram in the treatment planning, design, and construction of implant-supported overdentures.

Successful and Predictable Custom Complete Dentures
Tony Daher, DDS, MSEd, et al describe a step-by-step protocol for state-of-the-art custom denture fabrication.

The Three Fs of Predictable Endodontics: “Finding, Following, and Finishing”

John West, DDS, MSD, describes how predictable endodontics is built on knowing and performing 3 mechanical skills known as finding, following, and finishing.

Direct Composite Restorations to Mask Intrinsic Staining: An Eighteen-Year Follow-Up

Rafael Francisco Lia Mondelli, DDS, MSc, PhD, et al share their observations on a composite resin case that had been done to improve aesthetics due to internal staining.

Optimizing a Smile Enhancement: Combining Alignment, Composite Bonding, and Ceramic Resurfacing

Ross W. Nash, DDS, presents a case in which he utilized a mandibular aligner prior to starting the aesthetic phase of treatment.

FocusOn: Caries Arrest

Splints and Occlusion Get No Respect

February 2016

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Single-Visit Dentistry Is Here…Are You Ready?

Michael C. DiTolla, DDS, talks about new directions in CAD/CAM dentistry.

CBCT Use in Endodontic Diagnosis

David A. Beach, DMD, MS, talks about the role of CBCT in achieving a correct diagnosis.

Use of Lasers to Treat Failing Dental Implants

Jeffrey P. Cranska, DDS, discusses how lasers can be used to treat failing implants in certain clinical circumstances.

Removable Prosthetics: Bad Attachments or Bad Design?

Edward R. Kusek, DDS, discusses implant fixture and abutment considerations.

Simplifying Implant Overdentures: Contemporary Overdenture Abutment and Attachment Systems
Michael D. Scherer, DMD, MS, shares materials and techniques that will serve to simplify implant- supported overdentures.

A New Approach for Treating Peri-Implantitis: Reversibility of Osseointegration
Eduardo Anitua, MD, DDS, PhD, discusses peri-implantitis and presents a new clinical protocol for treating this problem. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

A New Restorative Material for Pediatric Dentistry

Lance Kisby, DMD, outlines some clinical applications of a recently introduced flowable composite resin system.

Creating the “Perfect” Class V Composite: The Matrix Is Key

Paul C. Belvedere, DDS, and Douglas L. Lambert, DDS, present reliable technique steps that will allow the clinician to predictably deliver successful Class V composite restorations.

Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning: What Would You Do If She Were Your Daughter?
Elliot Mechanic, BSc, DDS, presents a case report that exemplifies the use of an effective team approach to gain optimal results.

Choosing a Durable and Minimally Invasive Alternative: Posterior Partial-Coverage Lithium Disilicate Restorations

Edward Lowe, BSc, DMD, and Nelson Rego, CDT, present a case report highlighting the steps required to achieve predictable and aesthetic partial-coverage posterior restorations.

Conservatively Recreating a Smile
Frank Milnar, DDS, outlines the considerations and clinical protocol when using direct composites containing giomer chemistry.

Focus On: Regenerative Dentistry

December 2015

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A Contemporary Approach to Intraoral Optical Scanning and In-Office 3-D Printing
Michael D. Scherer, DMD, MS, examines the clinical applications of the latest intraoral optical scanning and in-office 3-D printing technologies and reviews the literature regarding the accuracy of these techniques for replicating the dentition and oral tissues compared to conventional impression techniques. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

Full-Arch Zirconia Screw-Retained Bridges: The Advantages of a Guided Surgical Approach
Michael Tischler, DDS; Claudia Patch, DMD; and Art Mirelez, DDS; present a case report that discusses guided surgical options for full-arch zirconia bridges.

Quality Aesthetics in the Digital Age of Crown and Bridge
Robert A. Lowe, DDS, presents a case report that highlights the use of different materials on adjacent restorations.

Interdisciplinary Treatment Planning: The Restorative Quarterback
Elliot Mechanic, BSc, DDS, presents a case report demonstrating the use of an effective team approach to gain optimal results.

Tooth Resorption: The “Black Hole” of Dentistry
Lisa Germain, DDS, presents a discussion on the diagnosis and treatment of patients presenting with tooth resorption.

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Leaders in Dental Consulting

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January 2016

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Evolution of Comprehensive Care, Part 6: Aesthetics, Veneers, and Whitening

Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, and David F. Ouellet, DDS, in part 6 of a 6-part article series, conclude the discussion on how clinicians are able to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients better than ever before.

Delight Your Patients With a 45-Minute Smile Rehab

Martin B. Goldstein, DMD, highlights the use of a modern flowable composite for simplifying incisal edge restoration allowing ultraconservative rapid-fire smile rehabs.

Single-File Shaping Technique: Achieving a Gold Medal Result

Clifford J. Ruddle, DDS, outlines the critical distinctions between shaping canals using continuous rotation versus a reciprocation technique.

Guided Gingival Growth: Improving Aesthetics During Second-Stage Surgery

Michael Sonick, DMD, and Debby Hwang, DMD, describe a new approach to augment soft tissue at the time of second-stage surgery without secondary gingival grafting.

Technology to Control Excessive Occlusal Contact Force: Enhancing Implant Restoration Longevity
Christopher J. Stevens, DDS, centers a discussion on principles of occlusion and aesthetics as related to implant dentistry.

Achieving Anterior Aesthetics in a Full-Arch Implant Case
Dino Javaheri, DDS, presents a large full-arch case that emphasizes the importance of a smile design analysis for aesthetic success.

Digital Design: Predictability, Profitability, and Efficiency

Joyce L. Bassett, DDS, and Matthew Roberts, CDT, explore state-of-the-art, real-time digital design and link 3-D prosthetic planning with fundamental principles.

Why GPs Should Pursue Orthodontic Training

Jaimée Morgan, DDS, and Stan Presley, DDS, share mini case examples supporting their belief that GPs should participate in post-graduate orthodontic training.

Composite Versus Ceramics, Part 1: Young Patients and Fractures

David J. Clark, DDS, in the first of a 3-part article series, will describe the new role and applications for direct composite restorations in conservative aesthetic dentistry.

The Relationship Between Periodontics and Cardiovascular Disease

Alison Glascoe, DDS, MS; Ronald Brown, DDS, MS; and Motshabi Makhene, DDS; discuss the relationship between oral health and systemic health, specifically the relationship between periodontal disease and cardiovascular disease. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

Innovations in Patient Relationships and Communication: “Changing the Story, One Patient at a Time”

Focus On: Implants

November 2015

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Vitamin B12 and Dentistry

Iris Morton, DDS, MS, and Ronald S. Brown, DDS, MS, discuss vitamin B12 patient care and the pathophysiology related to the oral manifestations of vitamin B12 serum values. Issues of particular importance to clinical dentistry are addressed. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

Observations on Current Controversies in Dentistry

Gordon J. Christensen, DDS, MSD, PhD, in this issue’s cover-featured article, candidly discusses current controversies in dentistry.

Reciprocation: A Safer and More Efficient Approach to Care

Barry L. Musikant, DMD, discusses safer and more efficient ways to shape canals while reducing costs.

Surgical Techniques to Increase Bone Augmentation Success

Randy R. Resnik, DMD, MDS, covers advantages and disadvantages of the various bone grafting options available today.

Unique Solution for Porcelain Fracture: A Case Report

Marvin A. Fier, DDS, shows how he used recently introduced dental materials when more traditional materials did not work as a long-term fix.

A Biomimetic Approach to Treating Aggressive Caries
Randall G. Cohen, DDS, describes a minimally invasive and biomimetic protocol for tooth restoration.

Accelerated Treatment in a Multidisciplinary Case

Payam C. Ataii, DMD, MBA, presents a case-based article demonstrating how to shorten treatment times and achieve more predictable orthodontic movement through the use of clear aligners in conjunction with osteoperforations.

Rehabilitation of Mandibular Atrophy: The Case of the Prolonged Partial

Richard B. Winter, DDS, rehabilitates a severely atrophic mandible with a zirconia implant-retained prosthesis.

Evolution of Comprehensive Care, Part 5: Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth and Advances in Fixed Restorations

Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, in part 5 of a 6-part article series, will discuss how clinicians are able to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients better than ever before.

Reflections on Modern Dental Ceramics

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