The Fall Conference was an unqualified success and the NJAE would like to thank everyone involved. All participants have received a survey form to complete to obtain their ADA CERP Certificate of Participation, via email. If you’d like to receive your ADA CERP Certificate please complete and return your survey form. If you have any questions about receiving your ADA CERP Certificate please send an email to email@example.com.
Fall Lecture: Presented by the New Jersey
Association of Endodontists in partnership with BIOLASE, Inc.
Sunday, October 25, 2020
12:00pm to 2:00pm EDT
The New Jersey Association of Endodontic, in partnership with Biolase, will hold its annual Fall Lecture Series this year on Sunday, October 25, 2020. This online event is FREE for all.
Please note, that for the third time, the course will be held on a Sunday. NJAE is reaching out to accommodate those individuals who cannot attend due to religious or work-related issues.
The topic for the course will be “Laser Activated Irrigation – Does It Work?” It will be presented by Dr. Charles T. Maupin. Dr. Charles T. Maupin is a dynamic speaker and we encourage you all to attend.
Also, please encourage your referring dentists to attend as well; they can also attend for FREE. General dentists and non-members are welcome. Registration for this course is now also open and you and your referring dentists are invited to register.
The New Jersey Association of Endodontists meeting introduced the concept of minimally invasive endodontics 13 years ago. It is now well accepted that conservation of tooth structure during endodontic therapy is paramount in retaining the structural integrity of endodontically treated teeth. As we have accepted the challenge to reduce the endodontic access cavity and canal shapes, the question of adequate canal debridement and disinfection has become forefront. The inadequacies of canal disinfection from traditional needle irrigation are well known. This webinar will address how incorporation of the laser accomplishes our goals for canal debridement and canal disinfection through minimally invasive endodontic access preparations and canal shapes. The ergonomic flow and multifunctional capabilities (endo, perio, implants, soft tissue, hard tissue) of the laser make this an ideal technology for the endodontist.
•The benefits of cavitational streaming for canal disinfection
•How to take advantage of the laser for minimally invasive endodontics
•The importance of incorporating technology with multi-functional capabilities whenever possible
•Show how the laser is safe, efficient and effective
2 CE Credits
When you register there will be 2 options open for you to obtain you 2 CE credits. If you require ADA CERP approved credits please click on the ADA CERP link below to obtain your credits. If you are a member of the Academy of General Dentistry and wish to obtain your 2 CE credits from PACE please click to appropriate link to register.
ONLINE – FREE
Laser Activated Irrigation – Does It Work?
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