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Making Things Stick: Leveraging Advances in Everyday Dentistry

Speaker:

Dr. Lori Trost

May 31, 2024

Date:

3

CE Credits:

About the Course

Making Things Stick: Leveraging Advances in Everyday Dentistry


This exciting program tackles the daily questions and decision-making process of indirect and restorative dentistry. Problem solve today’s clinical challenges from a chair side perspective tackling adhesion, light curing, cementation, along with traditional and digital impressions. Topics such as the challenging class 2’s, caries diagnosis, cementation protocols, and surface treatments for all ceramic restorations will be discussed. This will all come together in “what’s best for the patient."

Educational Objectives


  • Grow more confident in clinical decision-making

  • Learn and implement the benefits from new product “chemistries”

  • Review modern day preparations and digital scanning

  • Minimize all-ceramic failures/fractures

  • Commit to intra-professional team learning

Your Instructor

Dr. Lori Trost

Dr. Lori Trost is a recognized dental educator, author, clinical evaluator, and consultant who maintains a comprehensive restorative practice in the Greater St. Louis, Missouri area. She received her dental degree from Southern Illinois University, School of Dental Medicine and offers post-graduate courses to dentists and their team members drawing from her extensive private practice experience. She has authored a wide variety of professional articles, is a Dental Advisor clinical evaluator, and  consults to many dental manufacturers on product development to create clinical success. She is recognized as a Leader in Continuing Education by Dentistry Today, a Top 25 Women in Dentistry by DPR, and honored by the ADA as a Shils Foundation Recipient. 

Conflict of Interest Disclosure

None reported






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