TOOTH OR CONSEQUENCES: IMPLEMENT GAME CHANGING TECHNOLOGY FOR EFFECTIVE CARIES MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVED RESTORATIVE OUTCOMES
On Demand Recorded 6.2.23
Free dental continuing education course hosted by Dental CE Academy
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TITLE: TOOTH OR CONSEQUENCES: IMPLEMENT GAME CHANGING TECHNOLOGY FOR EFFECTIVE CARIES MANAGEMENT AND IMPROVED RESTORATIVE OUTCOMES
COURSE FEE: Complimentary
CREDITS: This continuing education activity is designated for 2 credits
AGD PACE SUBJECT CODE: 010, Basic Sciences, Cariology
CE SUPPORTER: FiteBac Dental LLC
MODE: Electronically Mediated | On Demand Webinar. Recorded 6.2.23. Review 12.31.23
SPEAKERS: John C. Comisi; DDS, MAGD BIO HERE Clifton Carey, PhD BIO HERE
AUDIENCE: Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Therapists, Dental Assistants
TECHNOLOGY REQUIRED: Mobile device, laptop or desktop with internet connection | Google Chrome Browser
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COURSE SUMMARY: Patients present daily with some remarkable challenges in our practices. The caries onslaught can be overwhelming to the patient and to us as the restorative dentist. Solutions are needed to help us get the patient off the endless cycle of secondary caries and restorative failure. In this program we will endeavor to provide a solution to this challenge, from the restorative perspective, to give you higher success capabilities in this battle of “de-bond”."
Identify problems in achieving long term durable restorations
Discuss currently available cavity washes and why they are ineffective over long term use
Describe technology to enhance long term restorative outcomes
Characterize the future of restorative dentistry and outlook for improved patient outcomes
John C. Comisi, DDS, MAGD
Dr. Comisi practiced general dentistry successfully in Ithaca, NY for 35 years before relocating to Charleston, South Carolina in August 2017 to join the faculty at the Medical University of South Carolina James B. Edwards College of Dental Medicine where he is an Associate Professor of Restorative Dentistry. He is the Course Director for the College's Operative II (adhesive and esthetic dentistry) Course, Chair of the Oral Rehabilitation Department’s Dental Materials Committee, Course Director of the newly created Dental Sleep Medicine Elective, the first of its kind interdisciplinary course at MUSC and past Infection Control Officer for the College.
Dr. Comisi is currently the President of the South Carolina Dental Association. A graduate of Northwestern University Dental School, he received his Bachelor of Science in Biology at Fordham University. Dr. Comisi is an Emeritus Member and Master of the Academy of General Dentistry, and holds Fellowships in the Academy of Dentistry International, the American College of Dentists, the Pierre Fauchard Academy, and the International College of Dentists.
Clifton Carey, PhD
Dr. Carey is a cariology researcher in the realm of chemistry as applied to the study of dental caries, biofilms, and more recently the study of secondary caries. He is also active in standards development both internationally (ISO) and nationally (ADA/ANSI) as the ISO convenor and U.S. chair on toothpaste, tooth bleaching products, and analytical methods for dental products as well as U.S. chair on oral rinses, denture adhesives, and fluoride varnish. He achieved his PhD in Analytical Chemistry from the American University in Washington, DC. His over 40 years research includes the protective factors of fluoride, how and why dental restorations break, how biofilms reduce the service life of dental composites, how fluoride varnishes work to prevent caries, how to improve dental care products, caries risk factors, non-fluoride methods to prevent caries, dental forensics, orthodontic topics, and more. He also has mentored a number of graduate and dental students to engage them in research projects that have centered on caries prevention therapies. Dr. Carey studied caries detection strategies especially for the early detection of secondary caries. His professional goal is to research ways for the public to achieve better oral health.
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CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE OF SPEAKER: The work being presented was funded by FiteBac Dental LLC. This webinar is supported by FiteBac Dental LLC.
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