Presenter: Joel H. Berg, DDS, MS

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Presenter: Joel H. Berg, DDS, MS

Course Description:
This seminar will provide the attendee with the most up-to-date information regarding emerging technologies to manage caries in your practice, also in non-restorative ways. We will review the science behind caries management developments, and will provide specific methods, to deploy the newest methods in practice for adults and children. You will bring a lot of pearls to your practice right after attending this course.

Objectives:
After attending this seminar, the participant will be able to:

  • List currently available caries detection devices
  • Describe new technologies and how they will detect caries at a very early stage
  • Describe methods of risk assessment for dental caries
  • Understand some of the emerging science related to oral biofilms and its impact on our understanding of dental caries

Course Details

CE Hours

1.5 Hours

Subject Code

130 Electives

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