Clinical Update 2021 - “A Day in Dental School”

Friday, October 29, 2021
The registration period has closed for this event.

9:00 AM-4:00 PM CST


Details

Please join us for a fast-paced full day of well-presented relevant clinical information. The updated topics to be discussed will add knowledge to your practice. Seasoned trained experts will share information designed to enhance your ability to provide contemporary care to your patients. Our day together will be marked by quality and variety.

 

Course Objectives:

At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Have increased awareness of Periodontal research that will affect how we care for our patients.
  • Better understand zirconia restorations: What we do the same; what we do different.
  • Treatment plan the impacted cuspid.
  • Provide emergency care for tooth ache pain.
  • Review the protocols for implant restoration.

 

Educational Method: Live Lecture


Presenting

9:00 – Dr. Michael Karczewski, Adjunct Associate Professor – Dental General Sciences:

“Implant restorations”. Details and following protocols do make a difference.

 

10:00 – Dr. James Kolstad, Adjunct Assistant Professor – Dental Development Sciences:

“Impacted cuspids”. Contemporary treatment planning.

 

11:00 – Dr. Kris Olsen, Adjunct Assistant Professor – Dental Surgical Sciences:

“Toothache Management”. How to help on a busy office day.

 

Noon: Lunch followed by a short presentation on 'The Dental School's Museum and how you may help'.

 

1:00 – Dr. Drew Dentino, Associate Dean – Research & Grad Studies:

“Update Periodontia 2021”. Exciting areas of research that will affect your practice.

 

2:00 – Dr. Jack Keesler, Clinical Assistant Professor – Dental General Sciences:

“Zirconia restorations – “prep through insert”. The successful integration of zirconia restorations into today's offices can be enhanced by following some new rules.

 

3:00 – Dr. Kenneth Waliszewski, Adjunct Professor – Dental General Sciences:

“Capsulitis”. Modest to moderate jaw insults should be recognized and managed to prevent them from morphing into chronic jaw dysfunction.

 

 

The speakers have no conflict of interest to disclose.

 

 

 

 



Register
Registration open through 10/24/2021 11:59 PM

Financials

Registration is $199


Continuing Education
Lecture Credit Hours: Hours - 6

Location

Marquette University School of Dentistry