June 2015

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ORAL MEDICINE
Zygomatic Implant Options for the Atrophic Maxilla: Case Report

Germana de Villa Camargos, DDS; Célio Jesus do Prado, DDS, MSc, PhD; Paulo Abdalla Saad, DDS, MSc, PhD; and Darceny Zanetta-Barbosa, DDS, MSc, PhD; discuss the use of zygomatic implants in treating the atrophic maxilla. A case report is presented in which an atrophic maxilla was treated with a fixed prosthesis supported by a combination of zygomatic and conventional implants, using 2 distinct surgical techniques. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

ORTHODONTICS
Simple Lab-Fabricated Aligner System

Jaimée Morgan, DDS, and Stan Presley, DDS, talk about a new lab-fabricated aligner technique.

IMPLANTS
Full-Mouth Rehabilitation: A Case Study

Charles D. Schlesinger, DDS, shares a case report showing how he delivered life-changing dentistry for his patient.

INTERVIEW
A Mid-Decade Look: What’s Hot in Materials and Instruments

Howard Glazer, DDS, shares his thoughts on new products and technologies that can make a difference for the clinician and team.

AESTHETICS
A Conservative and Painless Smile Makeover

Robert L. Ibsen, DDS, OD, outlines a painless and minimally invasive veneer technique.

A Combination Case: Satisfying Function and Aesthetics
Ross W. Nash, DDS, illustrates the use of an implant and ceramic restorations to restore a smile.

RESTORATIVE
Systematic Approach to Full-Mouth Reconstruction

Ara Nazarian, DDS, describes the steps and materials used to efficiently and effectively deliver quality full-mouth reconstructions.

ENDODONTICS
Endodontic Instrumentation: Does the Kinematics of the System Matter?

Allan S. Deutsch, DMD, describes the effects of the handpiece motion on the properties of the endodontic instruments during root canal procedures.

VIEWPOINT
Prevention of Musculoskeletal Disorders

May 2015

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PERIODONTICS
The Circumferential Splint Reinvented

Gerald Wank, DDS, and Paul Springs, DMD, discuss the circumferential splint as a long-term treatment for periodontally compromised anterior teeth. The clinical
procedure is described, and 2 case reports are presented. This article is peer-reviewed
and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

ENDODONTICS
Endodontic Triad for Success: The Role of Minimally Invasive Technology

Clifford J. Ruddle, DDS, discusses the endodontic triad for success, focusing on the role of current and future technologically driven methods that will better enable 3-D cleaning and filling root canal systems.

IMPLANTS
Maintaining Facial Bone During Extractions

Timothy Kosinski, DDS, and Richard Golden, DDS, emphasize the importance of maintaining facial and interseptal bone.

TECHNOLOGY
Caries Detection Using Near-Infrared Transillumination: Adding Objectivity to Diagnosis to Save Tooth Structure

Parag Kachalia, DDS, discusses near-infrared transillumination technology that can be helpful in locating caries at an early stage.

Evolution of Comprehensive Care, Part 3: Periodontal Treatment Continues to Evolve
Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, and Mary K. Hughes, RDH, BS, in part 3 of a 6-part article series, will continue the discussion on how periodontal and hygiene treatment has evolved.

AESTHETICS
Creating Beautiful Restorations in the Aesthetic Zone

Robert A. Lowe, DDS, presents a series of case reports that highlights the introduction of an innovative direct composite veneer technique.

RESTORATIVE
The Impact of Aesthetics in Restorative Treatment Planning

David Little, DDS, illustrates the need for thorough diagnosis and treatment planning and excellent communication to realize the best clinical outcomes.

HYGIENE TODAY
Alternative Forms of Tobacco and E-Cigarettes: Harmful or Harm Reduction?

Victoria Patrounova, RDH, MHA, discusses popular smoking and smokeless tobacco products and e-cigarettes, identifying their specific health risks.

VIEWPOINT
Revisiting the Scope of Contemporary Endodontics

March 2015

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INTERVIEW
The Ultimate Bonding Experience
Paul C. Belvedere, DDS, and Douglas L. Lambert, DDS, share a bit about their work together as well as their expertise in composite resin materials.

ENDODONTICS
Regenerative Endodontics: Clinical Review and Case Reports
Rico Short, DMD, describes regenerative endodontic procedures as a viable treatment option to biologically replace damaged, diseased, or missing structures such as dentin, root structures, and cells of the pulp-dentin complex in immature necrotic permanent teeth without performing conventional endodontic therapy. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

Endodontic Obturation Techniques: The State of the Art in 2015
L. Stephen Buchanan, DDS, reviews current obturation methods with specific emphasis on Centered Condensation Obturation techniques.

IMPLANTS
Implant-Retained Dentures in One Visit
Lawrence N. Wallace, DDS, introduces an innovative one-hour implant-retained denture.

RESTORATIVE
A Multidisciplinary Approach to Tooth Replacement
Carlos Boudet, DDS, demonstrates the results of a ridge augmentation procedure where a severe alveolar defect after an extraction was treated.

AESTHETICS
The Synesthetic Effect
George E. Kirtley, DDS, shares how he managed an aesthetic/functional compromise created by cuspids in the lateral positions.

TECHNOLOGY
Laser Removal of All-Ceramic Restorations: Solving a Difficult Clinical Challenge
Jeffrey P. Cranska, DDS, shares an update on techniques for laser removal of zirconia and lithium disilicate crowns.

DENTAL MATERIALS
Alternatives to Traditional Posterior Direct Restorations
Paresh Shah, DMD, presents 2 mini-case reports in which he outlines uses for a modern glass ionomer restorative.

VIEWPOINT
Closing the Gap in Risk Management


April 2015

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INTERVIEW
Predictable Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry

Mike Malone, DDS, discusses a variety of topics related to adhesive dentistry, providing some valuable insight on the need for excellent continuing education and its impact on restorative and aesthetic dentistry.

IMPLANTS
Extraction Socket Preservation Prior to Implant Placement

George A. Mandelaris, DDS, MS, and Mei Lu, DDS, MSD, PhD, present case reports demonstrating use of a demineralized bone matrix material in conjunction with a bioresorbable membrane for extraction socket preservation prior to placement of implants. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 4 hours of CE credit.

Virtual Treatment Planning for Success
Ara Nazarian, DDS, examines the use of 3-D treatment planning as well as the use of CT-based surgical guides to achieve proper form and function.

Restoration of Severely Atrophic Jaws
Charles S. Nicholson III, DDS, and William D. Nordquist, DMD, MS, outline a technique for restoring the severely atrophic jaw.

RESTORATIVE
Leveraging Technology for Productivity and Best Outcomes
Arnold Rosen, DDS, MBA, talks about how the blending of traditional and new technologies can create efficient and successful clinical results.

TECHNOLOGY
So What’s Eating You? Resorption Case Using an Aesthetic Abutment
August de Oliveira, DDS, demonstrates the techniques he used to design and fabricate a lithium disilicate abutment and crown in the aesthetic zone.

PROSTHODONTICS
More Than Just a Denture

John R. Nosti, DMD, discusses the why and where behind different materials for denture teeth, creating natural smiles, occlusal design, and different processing techniques available.

DENTAL MATERIALS
Regenerative Materials Where They Matter Most

Jack D. Griffin Jr, DMD, describes bulk-fill placement techniques and the components needed to provide maximal regenerative sealing.

AESTHETICS
Treating Noncarious Cervical Aesthetic Zone Lesions: Using Acellular Dermal Matrix and Tunnel-Grafting Techniques

Douglas H. Mahn, DDS, demonstrates the use of a tunnel connective tissue grafting technique to restore teeth in the aesthetic zone.

VIEWPOINT
Taking a Deeper Look

February 2015

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PERIODONTICS
Management of Mandibular Anterior Teeth With Gingival Recession
Ahmad Soolari, DMD, MS; Amin Soolari, CRDT; and Randa Alobaidi, CRDT; discuss gingival recession involving the mandibular anterior teeth and present a technique for restoring root coverage, reducing sensitivity, and improving aesthetics. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit.

INTERVIEW
New Technologies Shape the Future of Dentistry

Paul Feuerstein, DMD, discusses the exciting new directions that are being led by innovations in high-tech dental systems and products.

DENTAL MATERIALS
Bonding Agents: So Many Choices!

Martin Jablow, DMD, presents a review and update on universal bonding materials and procedures.

TECHNOLOGY
Evolution of Comprehensive Care, Part 2: Hygiene and Periodontal Considerations

Gregori M. Kurtzman, DDS, and Mary K. Hughes, RDH, in part 2 of a 6-part article series, discuss how periodontal treatment and hygiene in general have evolved.

AESTHETICS
Success With Interdisciplinary Dentistry: Immediate Implant Treatment in the Aesthetic Zone

Todd R. Schoenbaum, DDS; Perry R. Klokkevold, DDS, MS; Yi-Yuan Chang, BS, MDC; and Mo K. Kang, DDS, PhD; demonstrates collaboration among 4 distinct disciplines in the treatment of nonrestorable teeth in the aesthetic zone.

IMPLANTS
Avoiding Mandibular Nerve Impairment, Part 3: Management of Neurosensory Impairments After Dental Implant Surgery

Randolph R. Resnik, DMD, MDS, and Carl E. Misch, DDS, MDS, PhD (hc), in the last of a 3-part series, discuss radiographic, anatomical, clinical, and surgical techniques intended to help the clinician to avoid neurosensory impairment complications.

Unique Attachment System for Implant-Supported Dentures
Barry F. McArdle, DMD, presents a case report utilizing an innovative attachment system for implant-retained overdentures.

ENDODONTICS
Apicoectomy: The Misunderstood Surgical Procedure

Ali Allen Nasseh, DDS, MMSc, and Dennis Brave, DDS, describe a novel clinical technique for retrofilling the apicoectomy procedure that dramatically improves the efficiency of the operation.

RESTORATIVE
“Smart” Class V Preparation Design for Direct Composites

Robert A. Lowe, DDS, reviews “smart” preparation design for Class V cavities and their restoration with bioactive composite materials.

Lingual Veneers and Aesthetic Bonding: Augmentation, Not Amputation
Lorin Berland, DDS, and Sarah Kong, DDS, show how they conservatively handled a patient who had suffered the destructive effects of bulimia on her teeth.

VIEWPOINT
Dental Fear in the New Economy




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