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Minimal Intervention: A New Challenge to Clinical Dentistry by Reducing Tooth Sensitivity and Incorporating Dentin Substitution 
Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar Release Date: 11/17/16
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 11/17/27
AGD Subject Code: 161 Reviewed: 2024        

Today the cause and progress of caries has changed. New ways of managing caries as a disease need to be looked at and considered. One treatment philosophy that is gaining in popularity around the world is Minimal Intervention Dentistry (MI). The practice of MI seeks to prevent and detect oral disease at the earliest stage in order to avoid invasive treatment. Recent advances in Glass Ionomers and resin adhesives have allowed the preservation of dental tissues

In this CE webinar, you will develop a better understanding of when to use Glass Ionomer products as a Bio-Active dentin substitute. Glass Ionomers have a therapeutic benefit as well as ionic exchange adhesion Minimally Invasive Restorations originate from the “inside out”.

During this CE webinar, the student will learn
• how to incorporate glass ionomers into their practice
• diagnosis of caries and risk assessment
• how to create an oral environment which will enhance the longevity of their restorations
• learn the importance of dentin substitution   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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