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Adhesive Systems: Important Aspects Related to their Composition and Clinical Use
This literature review article addresses the types and the main components of different etch-and-rinse and self-etch adhesive systems available in the market, and relates them to their function, possible chemical interactions and influence of handling characteristics. Content for this continuing...
Author(s):  Mario Honorato Silva e Souza Junior, et al., DDS
09/01/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Influence of Surface Treatment and Cyclic Loading on the Durability of Repaired All-Ceramic Crowns
Includes pdf
The purpose of this in vitro study was to evaluate the durability of direct repair of fractured In-ceram zirconia crowns after different surface treatment and cyclic loading. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science.  All content of the journal,...
Author(s):  Ahmed Attia, MScD, PhD
08/29/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Domestic Violence and the Dental Professional 2014
Includes Video
One in four women will experience some level of domestic violence in their lifetime. Studies show that 94% of domestic violence victims have head and neck injuries. This means dentists (and their staff) are in a unique position identify victims of domestic violence and elder/child abuse during the course...
Author(s):  Pam Wood, CDA, RDH, M.Ed., C.A.G.S.
07/15/20141.00$56.00Add to Cart
HIPAA Update: What’s Changed and What Do I Need to Do? 2014
Includes Video
This course will familiarize the participant with the basic concepts of HIPAA and recent changes to the regulations. 
Author(s):  Leslie Canham, RDA
07/15/20141.00$56.00Add to Cart
Risk Management and Ethical Issues in Dentistry 2014
Includes Video
Ethics is the discipline that concerns what is morally good and bad; right and wrong.  Healthcare professionals are granted special rights and responsibilities when they choose to enter a career in healthcare.  
Author(s):  Michael Ragan, DDS
07/15/20141.00$56.00Add to Cart
Scenario-Based Medical Emergencies 2014
Includes Video
This presentation will deal with four major scenario-based medical emergencies that can happen in the dental office.
Author(s):  Lou Brockett, DDS
07/15/20141.00$56.00Add to Cart
Treating Patients Who Have Autism: A Team Approach 2014
Includes Video
Autistic disorder is the abnormal or impaired development in social interaction and communication coupled with a restricted repertoire of activity and interest. 
Author(s):  Leslie Canham, RDA
07/15/20141.00$56.00Add to Cart
Evaluation of Fluoride Release from Experimental TiF4 and NaF Varnishes In Vitro
The aim of the present study was to analyze the amount of fluoride released from experimental TiF4and NaF varnishes in deionized water and artificial saliva, for a period of 12 h. The null hypothesis was that there is no difference in the amount of fluoride released between the TiF4 and NaF varnishes. Content...
Author(s):  Livia Picchi Comar, et al.
04/24/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Evaluation of Cytotoxicity, Antimicrobial Activity and Physicochemical Properties of a Calcium Aluminate-Based Endodontic Material
The aim of this study was to evaluate the cytotoxicity, antimicrobial activity, pH, solubility and water sorption of EndoBinder and to compare them with those of white MTA (WMTA). Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science.  All content of the journal,...
Author(s):  Emmanuel João Nogueira Leal Silva, et al.
04/17/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Use of DNA Technology in Forensic Dentistry
This article presents a literature review referring to the main studies on forensic dentistry that involve the use of DNA for human identification, and makes an overview of the evolution of this technology in the last years, highlighting the importance of molecular biology in forensic sciences. Content...
Author(s):  Ricardo Henrique Alves da Silva, et al., DDS
04/10/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Modulation of Host Cell Signaling Pathways as a Therapeutic Approach in Periodontal Disease
This review aims at providing updated information on host-modulating therapies, focusing on treatment strategies for inhibiting signal transduction pathways involved in inflammation. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science.  All content of the journal,...
Author(s): Dr. João Antonio Chaves de Souza, et al., DDS
04/09/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Development of Candida-Associated Denture Stomatitis: New Insights
This review aims to critically discuss several key factors controlling the adhesion of Candida species which are relevant to denture-associated stomatitis, to highlight areas of current controversy and to suggest future research. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal...
Author(s):  Tatiana Pereira-Cenci, et al., DDS
04/02/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Is There an Association Between Anxiety/Depression and Temporomandibular Disorders in College Students?
The purposes of this study were to verify clinical symptoms and jaw functionality in college students with TMD according to the anxiety/depression (A/D) level and to evaluate the correlation between A/D and functionality, maximum mouth opening (MMO) and pain and muscle activity. Content for...
Author(s):  Leticia Bojikian Calixtre, et al.
03/31/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
A Sociodental Approach in Prosthodontic Treatment Decision Making
The aim of this review is to discuss a set of social and individual factors that influence determination of treatment needs in order to substantiate a sociodental approach and evidence-based decision making process in prosthetic dentistry. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal...
Author(s): Dr. Claudio Rodrigues Leles; Dr. Maria do Carmo Matias Freire
03/26/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Retention of Provisional Crowns Cemented with Eight Temporary Cements. Comparative Study
The purpose of this study was to compare the retention of provisional crowns cemented with eight temporary cements over full crown preparations with standardized mechanical principles: height, taper and length. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science. ...
Author(s):  Mariana Ribeiro de Moraes Rego;  Luiz Carlos Santiago
03/17/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Influence of Light-Exposure Methods and Depths of Cavity on the Microhardness of Dual-Cured Core Build-up Resin Composites
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the Knoop hardness number (KHN) of dual-cured core build-up resin composites (DCBRCs) at 6 depths of cavity after 3 post-irradiation times by 4 light-exposure methods. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science. ...
Author(s):  Keiichi Yoshida;  Xiangfeng Meng
03/14/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Clinical Evaluation of Two Types of Ceramic Inlays and Onlays after 6 Months
With the importance of ceramic materials in esthetic dentistry, this study aimed at evaluating the clinical behavior of two types of ceramics: Duceram - Plus and IPS Empress, according to modified USPHS criteria, as a restorative alternative for posterior teeth.  Content for this continuing...
Author(s): Dr. Maria Jacinta M. Coelho Santos, et al., DDS
03/11/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Influence of Crown Shape on Root Coverage Therapy
The aim of this study was to evaluate the influence of the crown shape on the outcomes of root coverage procedures.  Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science.  All content of the journal, except where identified, is licensed under Creative Commons  -...
Author(s):  Maria Fernanda Santos Peres, et al., DDS
03/10/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Finite Element Analysis of Rapid Canine Retraction through Reducing Resistance and Distraction
The aims of this study were to compare different surgical approaches to rapid canine retraction by designing and selecting the most effective method of reducing resistance by a three-dimensional finite element analysis. Content for this continuing education is from The Journal of Applied Oral Science. ...
Author(s):  Junjie Xue, et al.
03/04/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart
Pulp Tissue from Primary Teeth: New Source of Stem Cells
In this review, we describe the current knowledge about dental pulp stem cells and discuss tissue engineering approaches that use SHED to replace irreversibly inflamed or necrotic pulps with a healthy and functionally competent tissue that is capable of forming new dentin. Content for this continuing...
Author(s): Dr. Paloma Dias Telles, et al., DDS
03/03/20141.00$36.00Add to Cart



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