Lecture Series

What is a Lecture Series?
A lecture series is a multi-part online presentation that focuses on one specific topic highly relevant to the Dental profession. Typically presented in 2 or 3 parts, each part builds on the next as the speaker walks you through the intricacies and nuances of the topic. Designed to be different, these lectures allow for constant interaction and conversation with the speaker to create a superior learning environment.

What Can I Expect?
  • Each part will start promptly at the scheduled time. Depending on the length of the lecture, there will be several planned breaks towards the top of the hour. At this time, there will be a poll to check in with you.
  • These are interactive presentations. We want and encourage your participation! If you have any questions for the presenter, you will place them in the Q&A box and they will be answered. Depending on the topic, these questions will be addressed throughout the presentation or during designated question and answers periods.
  • To encourage dialogue, occasionally the presenter will ask questions of the audience. Feel free to answer!
  • We’ll always wrap up in the allotted time (we know your schedules are packed!).
  • At the end of each part, we’ll review what you can expect in next week’s lecture.


Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice

Presented by: Bradford Towne

The demand for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures has grown dramatically over the last decade. Dentists by virtue of their education, training and experience have an intimate knowledge of the anatomy of the face and are well positioned to offer these products and services to their patients. This course will provide an introduction to neuromodulators and most frequently used cosmetic facial fillers available in the US. This presentation will provide an overview of applied facial anatomy and how to systematically evaluate a face for minimally invasive cosmetic procedures. an overview of the various products and their clinical applications for their use along with a detailed discussion of injection techniques, dosages and potential complications. Marketing in the age of social media will be reviewed and finally a discussion of state and medial legal aspects of delivering minimally invasive facial esthetic procedures.
Included Webinars:
  • Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 1)
    Tuesday, 2/2/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/2/20216:00 pm 2/2/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 1) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
    In this first session, Dr. Towne will provide an introduction to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures with a focus on understanding the applied facial anatomy as it relates to facial soft tissue manipulation. Also, a discussion of the motivation of different age groups and how that relates to the applied anatomy of the face. This live webinar will conclude with a review of the key elements of a soft tissue facial exam as it relates to minimally invasive facial cosmetic procedures.


  • Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 2)
    Tuesday, 2/9/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/9/20216:00 pm 2/9/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 2) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
    In the second session, Dr. Towne will start with a review of products best suited for facial procedures based on the following criteria: 1.) Ease of use 2.) Safety and 3.) Predictable results. This will be accomplished through the understanding of the pharmacology of the recommended products, including indications, adverse reactions, complications as well as contraindications for use. The live webinar will conclude with a discussion of which products are best suited for the treatment of different conditions and areas of the face.


  • Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 3)
    Tuesday, 2/16/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm EST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/16/20216:00 pm 2/16/20219:00 pm EST Minimally Invasive Facial Rejuvenation in the Dental Practice (Part 3) A 3-part live webinar series in the Cosmetic Application of Botulinum Toxin and Facial Dermal Fillers for the Dental Professional
    In the third session of this live webinar, Dr. Towne will lead the group in a review of the actual techniques involved with the placement of the different products in different sites. Potential risks and complications associated with the injections and how to manage will also be presented. Closing out the live webinar will be a discussion of the medico-legal aspects of incorporating these services into a dental practice. How do you think of marketing and positioning? How do you best optimize your team to effectively deliver these services?


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Pathology Lecture Series

Presented by: Kenneth R. Tilashalski

In this 3 part lecture series, Dr. Tilashalski will guide the attendees through an exploration of the Differential Diagnosis of Oral Pathologies from lesions, ulcers, lumps & bumps as well as radiographic and tooth abnormalities. Put on your thinking caps on as your diagnostic abilities will be tested. Real world cases will frame a discussion on the differential diagnosis process. You’ll learn clinical tidbits on how to distinguish these oral conditions and pearls to manage your patients.
Included Webinars:
  • Differential Diagnosis Part 1: Color Changes & Pigmented Lesion
    Friday, 2/5/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/5/20212:00 pm 2/5/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 1: Color Changes & Pigmented Lesion Put on your thinking caps on as your diagnostic abilities are about to be challenged! Real world cases will frame a discussion on the differential diagnosis process. The 1st part of this series will focus on white, red, blue, brown, and yellow conditions which could represent infections, cancer, systemic conditions, and more. You’ll learn clinical tidbits on how to distinguish these oral conditions and pearls to manage your patients.


  • Differential Diagnosis Part 2: Ulcers & Lumps and Bumps
    Friday, 2/12/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/12/20212:00 pm 2/12/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 2: Ulcers & Lumps and Bumps This 2nd part of the Differential Diagnosis Series (no worries if you missed Part 1) will focus on ulcerative lesions and soft tissue growths. Clinical cases will launch a discussion of how to differentiate oral ulcers that may be infectious, traumatic, or malignant. Soft tissue lumps and bumps are common in our world and it is important to differentiate between reactive, tumorous, and infectious conditions.


  • Differential Diagnosis Part 3: Radiographic Pathology & Tooth Abnormalities
    Friday, 2/19/2021  2:00 pm - 5:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/19/20212:00 pm 2/19/20215:00 pm CST Differential Diagnosis Part 3: Radiographic Pathology & Tooth Abnormalities This 3rd installment of the Differential Diagnosis Series will focus on radiographic and tooth abnormalities (there is no need to have attended the earlier sessions). “Reading” radiographs is essential to be able to distinguish which conditions can be ignored versus monitored or biopsied. Oodles of clinical cases will be highlighted representing the gamut of developmental, reactive, and neoplastic bone and tooth pathologies.


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$207.00 / $147.00
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Periodontal Lecture Series

Presented by: Nicolaas C. Geurs

In this 3 part lecture series, Dr. Geurs will guide the attendees through an exploration of periodontal disease from classification of periodontal disease and how it impacts care, to periodontal disease impacts systemic health, and how periodontal therapy plays a major role in the management of overall health.
Included Webinars:
  • Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification
    Thursday, 2/25/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 2/25/20216:00 pm 2/25/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 1: The New Periodontal Disease Classification The 2017 AAP/EPF World Workshop on the Classification of Periodontal diseases represents a paradigm shift in periodontal care. The staging of the periodontitis and subsequent grading of the progression based on systemic and local risk factors are valuable for periodontal therapy. This course will set the stage for personalized care for patients with periodontitis.


  • Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health
    Thursday, 3/4/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 3/4/20216:00 pm 3/4/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 2: Periodontal Disease and Systemic Health The 2nd part of this webinar series will review current concepts of etiology and pathology of periodontal diseases and the interface with systemic health. The effects of periodontal infection and inflammation are not limited to the destruction of the periodontium. There is an increasing body of evidence outlining its influence on systemic health.


  • Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health
    Thursday, 3/11/2021  6:00 pm - 9:00 pm CST
    3 Live CEUs
    Tuition for Dentists: $79.00 and for RDH/Auxiliaries: $59.00

    Add Reminder 3/11/20216:00 pm 3/11/20219:00 pm CST Periodontal Lecture Series - Part 3: Periodontal Therapy’s Role in Optimizing Overall Health The third part of the webinar series will discuss how periodontal therapy could play a role in the management and treatment of diabetes, and osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis, the prevention of adverse pregnancy outcomes, cardiovascular disease. Smoking and vaping have negative health consequences and behavior modification is important for treatment success.


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$207.00 / $147.00
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