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3D Imaging: Becoming the Standard of Care in Orthodontics – Why?

5-Part Webinar Series -- Originally Scheduled for the AAO

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental & Sponsored by: Dentsply Sirona, KaVo Imaging, Planmeca

Henry Schein is pleased to offer this educational content, originally scheduled for the AAO 2020 Annual Meeting, as a 5-part webinar series. Learn why 3D imaging is becoming the standard of care in Orthodontic practices, from the comfort of your own home.

Class Schedule:

You may view any of the following sessions

Topic

Is Your 2D 'Just Ok'?

Which of My Patients Need a 3D Image?

Five Ways CBCT Can Take Your Orthodontic Treatment Planning to the Next Level

My Patients Want Better Sleep: How 3D Technology Can Help

Making Your Practice Safer with Aerosol Management

Speaker

Dr. Jay Burton

Dr. Glenn Krieger

Dr. Jay Burton

Dr. Erin Elliot

Michelle Strange

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Is Your 2D 'Just Ok'?

Jay Burton, DMD, MBA

3D Imaging Lecture --> Part 1 of 5

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental


2D vs 3D in orthodontics. With the advent of easy access to 3D over the past decade, our ability to diagnose and treatment plan has forever changed for those who have embraced it. Although 2D records may allow an orthodontist to provide treatment, 3D records allow more sophisticated treatment planning, and more importantly allow us to readily evaluate treatment responses and treatment results in all planes of space.

Jay Burton, DMD, MBA

Jay Burton completed his undergraduate education at Bethel University and earned an MBA from The University of Tennessee at Martin, before achieving his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at the University of Louisville.


While in dental school, Dr. Burton served as class president and conducted dental mission work in Belize and the Philippines. Dr. Burton subsequently completed his Orthodontic Residency at the prestigious New York University (NYU) in Manhattan before achieving certification from the American Board of Orthodontics.


Aside from his passion for making healthy smiles, Dr. Burton enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their children, Nora, Baker, and Charlotte.

Which of my Patients Need a 3D Image?

Glenn Krieger, DDS, FAGD

3D Imaging Lecture --> Part 2 of 5

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental & KaVo Imaging


3D Imaging has changed the way we look at cases. However, many feel it should be used only on very specific cases and otherwise is of no value over a traditional Panorex and lateral ceph. In this webinar, Dr. Krieger will review cases and show why 3D imaging has not only become an indispensable part of the traditional exam, but how it has uncovered issues, in routine cases, that has helped him treat patients more efficiently and more completely.

Glenn Krieger, DDS, FAGD

Dr. Krieger graduated dental school in 1992 and moved to Seattle in 1996, where he established a solo boutique restorative practice. Having drawn upon a lifelong love of photography, Dr. Krieger sought out the best resources to help him understand the basics of excellent clinical photography. With the arrival of digital technology in the photographic world, Dr. Krieger merged his knowledge of traditional photographic technique with the advantages of digital cameras. The result was the revolutionary “Digital Co-Diagnosis™” process, where patients play a much larger role in their dental health choices through better education. The cornerstone of this process is exceptional clinical photography.


Dr. Krieger has presented to thousands of dentists in North America and has been published in textbooks and dental periodicals. Dentistry Today has named him “Top Clinician in Continuing Education” 10 times.

Five Ways CBCT Can Take Your Orthodontic Treatment Planning to the Next Level

Jay Burton, DMD, MBA

3D Imaging Lecture --> Part 3 of 5

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental & Planmeca


Why is 2D not enough? Because it doesn’t allow appropriate evaluation of important anatomical structures needed for proper diagnostics and treatment planning. The importance of CBCT use for orthodontics purposes is found in the following areas: Anterior/Posterior tooth movement, Transverse tooth movement, Alveolar housing considerations during alignment, TSAD location evaluation, and Orthognathic surgical planning. Airway, superimpositions, TMJ, tooth morphology, and oral pathology are other areas where CBCT is beneficial and these will be discussed as well.

Jay Burton, DMD, MBA

Jay Burton completed his undergraduate education at Bethel University and earned an MBA from The University of Tennessee at Martin, before achieving his Doctor of Dental Medicine degree at the University of Louisville.


While in dental school, Dr. Burton served as class president and conducted dental mission work in Belize and the Philippines. Dr. Burton subsequently completed his Orthodontic Residency at the prestigious New York University (NYU) in Manhattan before achieving certification from the American Board of Orthodontics.


Aside from his passion for making healthy smiles, Dr. Burton enjoys spending time with his wife, Sarah, and their children, Nora, Baker, and Charlotte.

My Patients Want Better Sleep: How 3D Technology Can Help?

Erin Elliot, DDS

3D Imaging Lecture --> Part 4 of 5

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental & Dentsply Sirona


In today's dental environment, we are looking to invest back into our practices and into our patients to provide better care. Join Dr. Erin Elliott as she shows you how you can expand your procedure offerings using 3D CBCT technology by Dentsply Sirona and Zephyr Sleep Technologies. Not only do we get to help our patients with better oral health but better sleep for a healthier life!

Erin Elliot, DDS

Dr. Erin Elliott grew up in Southern California but went away to a small NAIA school in Western New York where she played collegiate soccer and graduated summa cum laude from Houghton College. After graduating Creighton Dental School in 2003, she settled in North Idaho to begin her general dentistry career.


Dr. Elliot has a special interest in Dental Sleep Medicine. She has lectured extensively on this topic and loves to help general dentists extend this life-saving service to their patients. She is an active member of her local American Dental Association, the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, American Academy of Dental Sleep Medicine and is the past president and a diplomate of the American Sleep and Breathing Academy.


Dr. Elliot teaches a two-day Sleep Apnea Implementation Course with 3D-Dentists and Dr. Tarun Agarwal. 

Making Your Practice Safer with Aerosol Management

Michelle Strange, MSDH, RDH

3D Imaging Lecture --> Part 5 of 5

Hosted by Henry Schein Dental


The emergence of COVID-19 has brought new challenges and potential liabilities to dental professionals in regards to spatter, spray, and aerosols production. Dental literature shows that many procedures produce aerosols and droplets that can be contaminated with bacteria and represent a potential route for disease transmission. There have been several devices created to decrease airborne contamination by reducing the number of aerosols and spatter, but proper practice controls are critical. Michelle will discuss these standard precautions and how to make your practice safer upon your return.

Michelle Strange, MSDH, RDH


Michelle began her dental career in 2000 as a dental assistant. She then received her AS in Dental Hygiene, followed by her BHS from the Medical University of South Carolina. In 2012, she received her Master’s in Dental Hygiene Education from the University of Bridgeport’s Fones School of Dental Hygiene. She currently serves as an adjunct clinical faculty member for Trident Technical College and an Educational and Professional Relations Manager for TePe Oral Health Care, Inc. Since her graduation from Trident Technical College, Michelle has worked exclusively in periodontics, focusing on dental hygiene procedures and surgical assisting.

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