Pulp Therapy and Restorative Dentistry in Pediatric Dentistry (HANDS-ON)

Pulp Therapy and Restorative Dentistry in Pediatric Dentistry (HANDS-ON)

 

LIMITED ATTENDANCE!

EARLY REGISTRATION IS ENCOURAGED

 

 

Date:           Saturday, October 19, 2019

Time:                      9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.                                                             

Registration:         8:30 a.m.                                                                   

Location:               Temple University Kornberg School of Dentisry                                    

                               3223 N. Broad Street, Lecture Room A, 3rd Floor

                               Philadelphia, PA 19140

Tuition:            Dentist $325            DT $175

Credits:         6 (L/P)

 

This course will cover the latest pulp therapy techniques in primary teeth and the use of new dental restorative materials in Pediatric Dentistry.  The topic of pulp therapy will include Biodentine pulpotomies, Cvek pulpotomies for dental trauma, indirect pulp caps with GIC, and the Hall Technique.  The restorative component will discuss new composites and their use in the Slot Prep, SDF (Silver Diamine Fluoride), and when to use SDF for SMART (Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Technique).

 

Upon course completion, you will:

  • List and describe the steps and indications for a Biodentine pulpotomy.
  • Know the indications, contraindications, and the steps for an indirect pulp cap.
  • Describe the steps for a Slot Prep using GIC and new restorative materials.
  • List and describe the steps of the Hall technique.
  • Describe the indications and the steps for Silver Diamine Fluoride and when to use the SMART Technique.
  • Learn the indications and the steps for an MTA/Biodentine pulpotomy.
  • Learn the indications and the steps for a GIC indirect pulp cap.
  • Learn the indications for a Slot Prep and use new restorative materials for the open and closed sandwich technique in primary and permanent teeth.
  • Learn when to use the Hall technique in primary teeth.
  • Learn the advantages of SDF and when to use only SDF and when to incorporate the SMART technique.
  • In the Hands-on part of the course you will do a Biodentine pulpotomy on dentoform teeth with ‘pulps’.
  • In the Hands-on part of the course you will o a slot prep on dentoform teeth and restore it with new composites using the Garrison Matrix System.

Presenter

Lance Kisby DMD, FASDC, FAAPD, MAGD

Dr. Lance Kisby is a graduate of Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and did his Pediatric Dental training at Floating Hospital in Boston.  He was in private practice for 17 years in Massachusetts before taking a position as Chief of Pediatric Dentistry at St. Mary’s Hospital in Waterbury, Connecticut. He became Chief of Pediatric Dentistry and Program director of the Pediatric Dental Residency he  created at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, PA, and then  Division Chief of Pediatric Dentistry and Program Director of the Pediatric Dental Residency at A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in Delaware.   Dr. Kisby is an Adjunct Clinical Instructor of Pediatric Dentistry at Tufts and an Associate Clinical Instructor at the Kornberg School of Dentistry at Temple University. He is Board Certified in Pediatric Dentistry, the author of numerous articles, a contributing author of a Pediatric Dental textbook, a contributing author for a textbook on Cerebral Palsy and a former Contributing Editor for the Journal of Clinical Pediatric Dentistry.  Dr. Kisby now practices in Nashville, TN and brings over 30 years of clinical, practical, and teaching experience on many topics and issues in Pediatric Dentistry.

 

We gratefully acknowledge the educational support of this course by GC America, Brasseler, Nordent, Septodont, Kilgore International, Garrison.

 

 

Dr. Lance Kisby: Course sponsorship from GC America, Brasseler, Nordent, Septodont, Kilgore International, Garrison, and Milestone.

CE Planning Committee: Members of the CE planning committee have no relevant financial relationships to disclose.

 

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