This webinar has been postponed until further notice. There has been an unforeseen delay in the delivery of the equipment needed for the live demo portion. We will announce the new date as soon as soon as we can. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Dentinal hypersensitivity is a common dental condition that affects approximately 57% of the general population. Dentinal hypersensitivity can be caused by a variety of factors; however, one cause often overlooked or simply ignored is improper manual and ultrasonic instrumentation. The good news is clinical management of dentinal hypersensitivity is possible.
This course will explore effective stroke dynamics to reduce the incidence of dentinal hypersensitivity caused by improper instrumentation. A thorough discussion of treatment options to address patient discomfort pre and post debridement will be had. The course will conclude with a live demonstration of basic instrumentation techniques that promotes conservation of tooth structure and patient comfortability during instrumentation procedures.
- Identify the clinical signs and symptoms of dentinal hypersensitivity
- Review causes of dentin exposure
- Examine basic instrumentation techniques that facilitate effective, comfortable, and patient-centered care
- Explore treatment modalities that address patient comfort per and post periodontal debridement
This webinar is being provided in co-sponsorship with Dental Toaster and is valid for 1.5 CEU. Dental Toaster is a nationally approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. Provider ID#383988
Cost: $15 for 1 CEU
Please note: this webinar is hosted by Bisco Canada. DentalToaster is not responsible for registration, hosting of the event, or content therein. DentalToaster is providing AGD/PACE certification for this event only.
With over 27 years of experience, Joy D. Void-Holmes is considered a thought leader in dental hygiene and is recognized for her ability to evoke passion into her work to help elevate the knowledge of the dental community. She is an educator, writer, consultant, and researcher. Published author for multiple dental related articles, editor and chief of the Inspire the Future Newsletter, creator of the Dental Hygiene Student Planner, and co-founder of the Inspire the Future Summit educators conference. She is an accomplished speaker and has lectured nationally. Her continuing education presentations include a variety of topics such as instrumentation, ultrasonics, infection control, nutrition and biochemistry, health promotion models, and oral-systemic diseases. Joy currently serves as president for the Maryland Dental Hygienists’ Association and is a consultant examiner for the Commission on Dental Competency Exams. Joy received her doctorate degree in Health Sciences from Nova Southeastern University.