LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR for the Entire Dental Team
TSBDE considers "Live Interactive Webinar" equal to an "In Person" course. Full CE credit hours are awarded. This webinar is NOT pre-recorded. It is live and interactive with the presenter. Will not be held on campus.
August 7, 2020
Dental bonding agents and resin luting cements are constantly evolving areas of restorative dentistry. In addition, new products have been introduced in the glass ionomers and resin-modified glass ionomers categories. Dentists are faced with a large range of restorative dental materials and are expected to separate advertising from reality. In this presentation, Dr. Khajotia will differentiate among the various categories of adhesive systems and resin cements from the perspective of critical Biomaterials Science considerations and clinical use, without personal bias or commercial interests. He will also discuss glass ionomers and resin-modified glass ionomers from that perspective.
During this presentation, Dr. Khajotia will review the composition, manipulation and properties of bonding agents, resin luting cements, glass ionomers and resin-modified glass ionomers, with an emphasis on the latest generation of bonding agents. Dr. Khajotia will then provide attendees with a unique insight into current research in his laboratory on the development of an antibacterial bonding agent, and on interactions between oral biofilms and dental biomaterials. Overall, this presentation will provide participants with the tools needed to review and select suitable bonding agents, glass ionomers and resin cements with confidence.
1. Composition, manipulation and properties of bonding agents
2. Benefits, limitations and clinical suggestions for bonding agents, with an emphasis on the latest generation of bonding agents
3. Developing an antibacterial bonding agent
4. Composition, manipulation and properties of resin luting cements
5. Benefits, limitations and clinical suggestions for resin luting cements
6. Composition, manipulation and properties of glass ionomers
7. Benefits, limitations and clinical suggestions for glass ionomers
8. Composition, manipulation and properties of resin-modified glass ionomers
9. Benefits, limitations and clinical suggestions for resin-modified glass ionomers
10. Interactions between dental biomaterials and oral biofilms
11. Concepts that dentists need to know about dental biomaterials
12. Tools for the review and selection of dental biomaterials
Check-in: 8:00 AM Program time: Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
UT Health San Antonio, School of Dentistry
Allied Dental Personnel: $180.00
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