National Children's Dental Health Month CE Promo Code

Posted on February 2, 2018

February is National Children’s Dental Health Month, and the American Dental Association, Crest + Oral B, and other organizations are encouraging dental professionals to promote the benefits of good oral health to children and caregivers. Go to the ada.org for a list of resources, activity sheets, posters, and tips to inspire children to take care of their teeth this month and in the future.

To support National Children’s Dental Health Month, the Aegis Dental Network is offering the following free Pediatric Continuing Education courses in February. Use the promo code, FEB18KIDS to take the courses below free of charge, and join the “Tooth Team” along with us!

Severely Malformed/Carious/Sensitive Permanent Molars: New Repair Considerations by Theodore P. Croll, DDS

Severely malformed, carious, and sensitive permanent molars can pose significant challenges for the clinician. Long-term restoration cannot be achieved until children are older, when sufficient eruption and maturation of the affected teeth occurs. While the children are still young, the main challenge for the clinician is how to restore the affected teeth for an interim period.

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Fusion of a Maxillary Central and Lateral Incisor With a Congenitally Missing Lateral: A 10-Year Conservative, Esthetic Approach by Leslie Stone Hirsh, DDS; Peter M. Greco, DMD; Jay B. Laudenbach, DMD; and Alan M. Atlas, DMD

Dental fusion and agenesis present unique esthetic challenges for the dental team when discovered in a developing child. This article highlights treatment of a 9-year-old girl with fusion of a maxillary central and lateral incisor with a congenitally missing lateral over a 10-year period.

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Metal Vs Zirconia Resin-Bonded Bridges by Tal Morr, DMD, MSD

When treating adolescents with congenitally missing lateral incisors, waiting for growth cessation before placing implants and minimizing any modification to tooth structures is of critical importance. Single- and double-wing metal or ceramic resin-bonded bridges offer a conservative treatment option for patients who desire implants as a final prosthetic solution as well as those who do not want to have implants placed.

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