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Presenter: Dr. Jeanette MacLean Release Date: 6/23/21
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 6/23/24
   

Bioactive restorative materials and prevention products with bioavailable properties are revolutionizing the dental industry. Take your patient care to the next level by incorporating treatments that do more than just ‘fill’ or ‘clean’ teeth. Learn how glass ionomer cement sealants can do more than just provide a physical barrier from plaque on pits and fissures, they are hydrophilic, can be placed on partially erupted molars, and act as a fluoride reservoir that helps to prevent caries and enhance remineralization. Sealants and toothpastes with RECALDENT® technology increase the bioavailable calcium and phosphate in saliva to enhance enamel remineralization and reduce sensitivity without staining enamel. Glass hybrid restoratives help to reduce post-op sensitivity, reduce recurrent caries, improve outcomes, and have enhanced physical properties for long-lasting durability and esthetics. Dental materials are evolving and so should you!

During this CE webinar, we will
• Describe the evidence for using glass ionomer sealants
• Review the clinical evidence and restorative benefits of glass hybrid restoratives
• Describe the evidence for using remineralizing toothpaste   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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