On November 09, 2017 Save to calendar
Posted by Emily Love
Categories: CE Classes
Dentistry has never been more exciting or more complicated. As a family dentist we are called upon to help patients make periodic decisions about treatments that can be performed to meet their particular dental needs. Our obligation is to offer our patient options whenever possible with an assessment of cost vs expected longevity. New materials, techniques and devices offer expanded opportunities and a wider range of potential solutions to deal with the various problems that we face during a patient’s lifetime.
Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this presentation, participants will better understand the following:
·Restoring badly damaged teeth: is an implantalways the answer?
Emerging and Existing Technologies
Robert R. Seghi, DDS, MS is a Professor of General Practice and Materials Science at the Ohio State University College of Dentistry. A graduate of the University of Michigan College of Engineering and the School of Dentistry, he has advanced training in Prosthodontics and Dental Materials. He maintained a private practice in Ann Arbor Michigan where he also taught as a clinical instructor in removable prosthodontics. He practiced and taught at UCLA School of Dentistry from 1984-1991 where he helped found the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry. He has been a principal investigator or co-investigator on several NIDCR-funded research projects and his research has resulted in more than 100 scientific presentations and abstracts, over 60 scientific publications and one US patent in the area of nanocomposites.
This course is suitable for doctor and staff, including hygienists.