Through AGD/PACE approved provider DC Dental, we are thrilled to bring you live, interactive, ultra high-quality webinars.      DC Clinical courses are hand picked based on our mission to deliver actionable, skill building knowledge that makes your “dental life” more efficient, more productive and ultimately, more rewarding.

At the end of each archived course, a quiz will automatically pop up. Once you receive 100% on the quiz, you will then be emailed your CE Certificate within 1 business day. 

Date Time Category Faculty Member Webinar Title
05.19.22 8:00 AM ET Implant Dentistry Sammy Noumbissi, DDS IN PERSON CE: 11th IAOCI World Congress Ceramic Implantology

IN PERSON CE: 11th IAOCI World Congress Ceramic Implantology

Credits: 24
Cost: $895
Time: 8:00 AM ET

The 11th Annual meeting of the International Academy of Ceramic Implantology is going to be in Washington DC from May 19 to 21, 2022. This event will focus on education and elaborating on the benefits of  bioceramics in implant dentistry both surgically and prosthetically.

During the last few years have we have observed a rapid increase in the demand for ceramic implants in North America; This trend although mostly driven by patients has been met with a positive and proactive response from the implant industry.

In the United States there are now nine FDA-approved and commercially available ceramic implant systems six of which have been approved in the last four years.

The topics this year will address among others the impact of dental implant materials on implant success, the fast-growing peri-implantitis problem, the benefits and proper applications of zirconia as an implantable material. There will be lectures and workshops on implant practice management, bone regeneration, aesthetics, implant materials, the biological interaction of zirconia ceramics with hard and soft tissues, the latest innovations with ceramic implants and how to successfully introduce and implement metal free implant dentistry in your practice.

05.18.22 8:00 PM ET Implant Dentistry Robert Slauch, DDS Full Mouth Rehabilitation With A Combination of Natural Teeth and Implants: Proper Diagnosis and Treatment Sequence

Full Mouth Rehabilitation With A Combination of Natural Teeth and Implants: Proper Diagnosis and Treatment Sequence

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Full Mouth Rehabs with a combination of natural teeth and implants requires proper treatment sequencing to provide the most favorable outcome. A case example will be shown in this lecture along with discussing proper diagnosis, surgical and restorative steps, implant selection, material selection and follow-up protocols.

Learning Objectives:
1. Understand proper diagnosis and treatment planning for natural tooth and implant combo cases.
2. Explore the ideal treatment sequence with these types of cases.
3. How to effectively communicate with patients and your multi-disciplinary team to manage expectations and outcomes.

05.04.22 8:00 PM ET Practice Management and Human Relations Travis Campbell, DDS Dental Insurance Myth Busting: Removing the Barriers to Success

Dental Insurance Myth Busting: Removing the Barriers to Success

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

We all deal with dental insurance in some capacity, whether we file claims for patients or help them file their own. However, many of the myths surrounding dental insurance plaque all dentists and increase their overhead and decrease their reimbursements. This course will bust these myths and help teach you and your team how to play the insurance game for better reimbursement, less denials, and best practices for your patient’s benefit in less time.

There are simple and practical steps all throughout this CE course that will guide you to a better understanding of insurance and how you can manage the process.

Are you ready to change dealing with insurance from a nightmare to just a mild annoyance?

Course Objectives:

  • Bust common dental insurance myths
  • Improve insurance management tactics and profitability
  • Achieve more predictable reimbursements for patients
  • Remove pitfalls and stress for the team
04.20.22 8:00 PM ET Endodontics William Nudera, DDS, MS The Endodontics Source Code

The Endodontics Source Code

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

You don’t have to love doing root canals to understand endodontics. “Endo” goes far beyond accesses, working lengths, and gutta-percha. Often misunderstood and typically only associated with the procedure it’s known for, root canal treatment merely represents the physical arm of a more complex process. The aspects of endodontics that hold the most weighted value are the skills, knowledge, and ability to understand diagnostic and prognostic probability. This session outlines the framework that drives decision-making and case selection from the perspective of a clinically practicing endodontist using a case-based, scenario-driven format. The adoption and application of this framework can significantly improve the clinician’s ability to make sound clinical judgments and more confident recommendations when faced with the choice to treat or extract pulpally compromised teeth.

Upon completion of this session, attendees should be able to:
• Gain a deeper understanding of the clinical systems and protocols that revolve around the endodontic diagnostic process.
• Recognize the primary and secondary influencing factors that impact prognosis and case selection.

04.06.22 8:00 PM ET Orthodontics Michael Grossman, DDS Orthodontic Case Selection for the General Dentist

Orthodontic Case Selection for the General Dentist

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

An in depth discussion on cases and diagnostic criteria for GPs to feel more comfortable keeping cases in house.

-Clear aligner capabilities and limitations
-When braces are the only option
-Interceptive orthodontics for the mixed dentition
-Clinical and Non Clinical reasons to refer
-How to resolve complications

03.23.22 12:00 AM ET Self-Improvement Robert Martino, DDS How to Step Away from the Handpiece: The Why, When & How

How to Step Away from the Handpiece: The Why, When & How

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 12:00 AM ET

Dr. Robert Martino retired from working on patients at the age of 38. Eighteen years later he owns 7 practices, co-founded and runs a national mouthrinse company (OraCare), co-founded and runs an international Aircraft Maintenance company (EASW) and has found a charity that gives back to our military and veterans every year (Freedom Day USA).

Many dentists want to own multiple practices and put down the handpiece but don’t know how or haven’t defined why they want to do it.  The following course will go through the reason why you should (or why not), when can you do it and steps on how to do it.

03.02.22 8:00 PM ET Orthodontics Nate Jeal, DMD Anatomy of a $100,000 Invisalign Day: Part 2

Anatomy of a $100,000 Invisalign Day: Part 2

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

The purpose of marketing is to drive new opportunity and a successful six-figure Invisalign Day takes this to a new level. Attendees will discover the media and messaging that resonates with prospective patients and gain an understanding of what it takes to position an offer that generates a big response.

02.16.22 8:00 PM ET Orthodontics Drew Ferris, DDS, MS Osseous Anchors and Aligners: Advancing Interdisciplinary Treatment

Osseous Anchors and Aligners: Advancing Interdisciplinary Treatment

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Controlling individual teeth, segments of teeth, and the occlusal plan are essential in order to create a foundation for implant and restorative dentistry to build on. With advancements in osseous anchorage such as temporary anchorage devices, osseous plates and implants, we have control of the dentition like we never have had before. This advancement in conjunction with clear aligner therapy creates the ideal treatment modality to set up an array of restorative cases from simple to complex while achieving excellent case acceptance.

02.02.22 8:00 PM ET Implant Dentistry Pamela Ray, DDS State of the Art Regenerative Technology: Where are we and what is available to us?

State of the Art Regenerative Technology: Where are we and what is available to us?

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Dr. Ray will discuss the use of current technologies for Guided Bone Regeneration with an emphasis on resorbable membrane technology.
The objectives are to familiarize the audience with the science of bone regeneration and the science of the products we use to accomplish bone growth for dental implants or tooth retention.

The goal is to show how product selection can impact results and why there are differences when using different products.

01.05.22 8:00 PM ET Restoration Hani Ounsi, DDS Fiber Reinforced Restoration of Pulpless Teeth

Fiber Reinforced Restoration of Pulpless Teeth

Credits: 1.5
Cost: Free
Time: 8:00 PM ET

Endodontically-treated teeth often have undergone significant coronal destruction and possibly loss of radicular dentin, secondary to endodontic treatment. For many decades, metallic posts have been a standard part of a dentist’s armamentarium for restoring endodontically-treated teeth. As in most technologies, there has been a continuous search for the optimal material, design, and physical properties of the endodontic post. Currently available fiber-reinforced resin posts and fiber-reinforced resins are essentially composite materials; they are composed of fibers of carbon or silica surrounded by a matrix of polymer resin. The similarity between their modulus of elasticity and that of dentin possibly seems to lower the risk of failure due to root fracture. However, an important factor determining the success of luting procedures remains the knowledge and experience of the practitioner in their characteristics, bonding techniques, and the predictability of the clinical technique. This lecture will analyze available data and provide a practical albeit evidence-based approach to the advantages and limitations of fiber-reinforced resin technology in clinical practice.

Lecture objectives:

  • Identify the differences between a vital and an endodontically-treated tooth
  • Describe the mechanical properties of fiber-reinforced posts
  • Compare the potential effects of metal post and fiber-reinforced posts
  • Manage the interface between the restoration and the radicular dentin
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