Success in restorative dentistry remains very much founded on sound and secure adhesion—yet new materials and chemical formulations can make this one of the most challenging areas for practitioners to achieve consistent results. Join four master restorative clinicians for insights into how to make sense of modern adhesive materials and position yourself for predictable success.
The global COVID-19 pandemic continues to be the dominant topic of discussion and debate in the oral healthcare community and the world at large. The virus’ impact on clinical dentistry has been profound; it has also been fraught with changing and often conflicting information, particularly in regard to patient and practitioner safety during aerosol-generating procedures.
Join Michael Glick, DMD, and special guests Mark Wolff, DDS, PhD, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry; and Richard Niederman, DMD, professor and chair, Department of Epidemiology & Health Promotion at New York University College of Dentistry, and Co-Director of the World Health Organization Collaborating Center for QED as they address and discuss the available information and sift through the chaff to illuminate best practices.