6-Part Series Explores the Evolution of Comprehensive Care

Dr. Gregori Kurtzman


Dentists are responsible for every stage of oral treatment, from the initial exam to the final polish. In his 6-part series, “Evolution of Comprehensive Care,” Dr. Gregori Kurtzman and his collaborators walk readers through the full process, identifying key trouble spots and detailing innovative solutions that all practitioners can use to their advantage. Plus, each article is available for 2 or 3 hours of continuing education, depending on the topic.

Part 1: Diagnostics and Evaluation

Discover how clinicians are able to evaluate, diagnose, and treat patients better than ever before (available for 2 credit hours).

Part 2: Hygiene and Periodontal Considerations

Written with Mary K. Hughes, RDH, this article discusses how periodontal treatment and hygiene in general have evolved (available for 3 credit hours).

Part 3: Periodontal Treatment Continues to Evolve

Also written with Mary K. Hughes, RDH, this article continues the discussion of the radical changes in periodontal treatment and hygiene (available for 3 credit hours).

Part 4: Direct Restorations

While restorative dentistry has always been the backbone of the practice, today’s techniques are focused more on tooth preservation (available for 2 credit hours).

Part 5: Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth and Advances in Fixed Restorations

New techniques and technologies have dramatically improved care, but proper preparation principles still apply (available for 2 credit hours).

Part 6: Aesthetics, Veneers, Whitening

Written with Dr. David Ouellet, this article explains how general practitioners can introduce more aesthetic approaches into their work (available for 2 credit hours).

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