Courses are offered for your Study Club, Component, Association, Fraternity and Alumni Events and often are provided through educational grants. Please inquire for additional information on working with Dr. Jablow to secure corporate funding. Acceptance of educational grants has numerous benefits for all parties involved and has specific requirements on attendance numbers.
The 3 W's of Direct Restorative Dentistry
to use, WHEN to use it and WHY!
(available with products hands on interactive workshop or both)
There are more options available then ever before on how to treat and directly restore a tooth.
This course will show you why the “one size fits all approach” to direct restorative dentistry MAY NOT be the best approach. All restorative dentistry starts with an accurate diagnosis. Choosing the correct restorative materials (enamel and dentin replacements) for the patients’ type and state of disease may lead to better outcomes and longer lasting dentistry.
In this course you will learn the following:
1. Using the latest technologies to accurately diagnose decay before “the explorer stick”.
2. Minimally invasive to maximum intervention dentistry require selecting different restorative materials. Which material or materials for which clinical scenario? There may be more than one right answer!
3. Where do “bioactive” or “smart” restorative materials fit in? Why the bonding agent, base and restorative material should be selected based on the patient needs or clinical environment.
4. Bulk Filling vs. Layering technique for composite placement - Maybe the science does not “back up” the beliefs.
5. Achieving good and predictable Class II contacts. We should not be placing composite with “amalgam armamentarium”.
GPS To Get You To Your High Tech Dental Practice?
The goal of this lecture is to give dentists and their
staff the information to succeed in integrating the latest high tech dental
products and software into their practices. You will learn about state of the
art diagnostics, CBCT, Intraoral scanning. CAD/CAM and 3D Printing along with easy
and predictable anesthesia delivery, minimally invasive dentistry, maximizing
the Internet and social media, lasers and much more.
Nothing stays the same and that includes dentistry. I don’t start any procedure the way I was taught in dental school. . Join the revolution of high tech dentistry.
You Cannot Treat What You
Don’t Diagnose and Then What Do You Do!
(available with hands on)
Minimally invasive dentistry (MID) is the new buzzword but what it really means is state of the art diagnosis with the use of all current modalities to treat the disease. Minimally invasive techniques lead to improved quality of care. The hands on course will expose you to the state of the art caries detection systems, identifying oral cancer and the up to date concepts on what to do with the diagnostic information. The concepts are easy to understand and deploy in your practice.
Some of the topics to be covered include:
Caries Detection - Sharpening Our Diagnostic Abilities
Learn the latest advances in caries detection. How the use of fluorescence can improve caries detection and removal. What is the latest and future in caries detection?
The latest imaging software to enhance caries detection:
State of the Art Diagnostics and the Virtual Digital Exam
Using state of the
art diagnostics the examination appointment can be made as stress free as
possible for the patient, while giving the dentist the information
necessary to make an accurate diagnosis. This lecture will show the dentist and
staff the benefits of a virtual examination and the devices used to acquire the
diagnostics: Digital Radiography with both phosphor plates and sensors; Digital
Images from both intra and extra oral cameras; ConeBeam Imaging; Oral Cancer
Detection Devices and Caries Detection Devices.
The learning objectives
a. How a virtual examination will make your physical examination more comprehensive
b. Learn what is needed to do a virtual examination
c. Digital Radiography –Understand the difference between Sensors and Phosphor Plates
d. Advantages of intra and extra oral photography with a DSLR or Point and Shoot camera
e. Understand why magnification and illumination should be the standard of care
f. Learn the differences between enhanced caries detection devices
g. How to save a life with enhanced oral cancer detection devices
Curing Composites Is More Than Shining A Light
Curing composite is not as simple as it seems. A lot of
physics goes into the mechanisms for proper curing. This course will give
dentists and hygienists the information necessary to determine the proper use
of a curing light in different clinical situations. Why your old curing light
might not be curing composite as well as you think. Learn about the different
types of curing lights. Determine which curing lights are best for your
practice. What you should look for when purchasing a new LED curing light.
Learn when to change the amount of curing based on type and color of
composites. You will now better understand what is happening when you turn your
curing light on.
21st Century Restoratives - What Is New In Restorative Dentistry
Learn about the latest trend in restorative dentistry- Self Adhesive, zirconia bonding and glass ionomers! How the benefits of these new materials can enhance your dentistry while saving you time.
Computer Controlled Local Anesthesia Delivery Systems (CCLAD)
How the use of CCLAD systems improve the delivery of local
anesthesia. Compare and contrast the different products on the market. Why CCLAD systems give more predictable
and faster local anesthesia.