Prime Time with Dr. Mike DiTolla: Understanding Next Generation All Ceramics & Proper Cementation Protocols

$70.00

AGD Member:  $49* 

Student Member: $37.50*

Speaker: Dr. Mike DiTolla  Non-Member:  $70 Credit Hours:  1.0   Subject Code: 610 – Fixed Prosthodontics *AGD Member discount applied at checkout.

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Description

Since the introduction of the first monolithic restoration, fixed dental prosthesis’s have come a long way. In particular, the all-ceramic category has seen a drastic shift to new materials with what seems like a new one entering the market every day. This webinar will aim to help you understand and decipher the difference between these materials, introduce you to the next generation of all-ceramics, as well as provide you with an in depth overview about cementation options for these new materials.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the newest all-ceramic material technology on the market
  • Learn how to differentiate between oxide-ceramic materials
  • Learn about cementation options and bonding protocols

A 1988 graduate of University of the Pacific Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, Dr. DiTolla was awarded his Fellowship in the AGD in 1995. Mike was in private practice for 15 years before becoming Director of Clinical Education for Glidewell Labs for the next 15 years, giving him an intimate knowledge of American dentists and their crown and bridge habits.  In 2011 he received the “Most Effective Dentist Educator” award in a nationwide survey of dentists. In 2014 and 2015 he lectured on behalf of CR, presenting their iconic “Dentistry Update” lectures, the longest running CE program in dentistry.  In 2015 he became Director of Clinical Affairs for Sirona and in 2018 he became the VP of Clinical Affairs and Communication for AEGIS Dental Network.

Additional information

Speaker Disclosure

None

Names of any Entities Providing Commercial Support

Ivoclar Vivadent

Time and Period of Availability for Internet Based Courses

Until review/expiration

Original Release Date

September 26, 2019

Expiration Date

September 25, 2022

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