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Dental Implant Complications Prevention & Management

4th Annual Dinner and CE Lecture

Using slides and videos, the presenters will review a variety of common surgical, laboratory, and restorative implant complications and introduce innovating and time-tested techniques to aid in their prevention and management.

2.5 CEU
6:30 p.m., May 9, 2017
Sephardic Center of Cedarhurst
775 Branch Blvd.
Cedarhurst, NY 11516

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Elegant Dental Laboratory Presents

Forest Hills 11th Annual Dinner and CE Lecture

Elegant Dental Laboratories is proud to sponsor Forest Hills Oral Surgery’s 11th annual dinner and continuing education lecture. The 3 CE event, features a complimentary dinner, features two presentations, Neuropatic and Inflammatory Pain That Can Mimic Dental Pain, presented by Omar Suarez, director of the Orofacial Pain Residency Program any NYU Luangone Lutheran Medical Center, and Advances in Diagnosis and Management of the Conditions of Oral Mucosa, presented by Dr. Robert Douglas Kelsch, head of oral and maxillofacial surgery at Long Island Jewish Medical Center.

Registration is free, and includes dinner at Brooklyn’s CHINAR restaurant.

3 CEU
7-10 p.m., Dec. 11
CHINAR
2775 Coney Island Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11235

To register, contact Forest Hills Oral Surgery at (718) 575-1010 or fhos11375@yahoo.com.

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Elegant Dental Laboratories Launches Lab Supply Service, Elegant Direct

Elegant Direct

NEW YORK – Leveraging more than 30 years of successful dental laboratory operations, Brooklyn’s Elegant Dental Laboratories launched a laboratory supply and lab-to-lab outsource division, Elegant Direct, which will immediately start serving laboratories’ every need.

As the restorative dental industry becomes increasingly competitive, Elegant Direct offers laboratory owners a cost-effective alternative to supply-chain management, while also providing lab-to-lab outsourcing services with prices and turn times labs need to remain efficient. With intuitive online shopping and the capability to manage order history, Elegant Direct’s online portal further streamlines lab management.

“With a full complement of materials, consumables and outsourcing services, Elegant Direct allows lab owners to manage costs and save time with an all-in-one solution for supplies and outsourcing,” Elegant Dental Lab owner Gary Fingerman said. “Instead of spending time managing vendors and suppliers, Elegant Direct allows lab owners to focus on growing their business.”

At the heart of Elegant Direct’s rollout is its signature line of full-contour zirconia, Elegance premium zirconia. Offering a full line of affordable discs for every indication, Elegance premium zirconia provides seven formulations, including preshaded, anterior and high-translucency options. Manufactured from Tosoh zirconia to exacting consistency, Elegance premium zirconia is the monolithic zirconia developed by technicians for technicians. Available as pucks or as milled restorations through Elegant Direct’s outsourcing services, the full line offers versatility to suit any case.

“After working with many brands of zirconia for more than a decade, we’ve learned what leads to successful outcomes,” Fingerman said. “We collected the best of the best, and unified them under the Elegance name.”

In addition to Elegance discs and precision-milled restorations, Elegant Direct provides laboratories with a full range of support services, from supplying burs and other consumables to offering scanners, mills and scan body libraries, all priced to help its partners manage costs without sacrificing performance.

With its commitment to providing high-quality supply and outsource services to laboratories, Elegant Direct extends Fingerman’s original mission for his dental lab: provide patients with premier restorations at prices everyone can afford

The South Nassau Study Club Presents:
Digital Impressions and the Future of Dentistry

Sponsored by Elegant Dental Labs and Nobel Biocare®

Today, digital impressioning systems are starting to replace conventional impressioning media just as digital radiography replaced conventional film X-rays in the ’90s. Join presenter Debbie Burack in this 2-CE coursre to learn how chairside digital impressioning systems improve accuracy and allow for better doctor-laboratory communications.

2 CEU
7-9 p.m., Oct. 20
Dental Implants and Periodontology of Rockville Centre
132 North Park Ave.
Rockville Centre, NY 11570

To register, contact Dr. Keith Hasday by email or drkeithhasday@aol.com or call 516.678.1316.

Pearls of the Adriatic Dental CE Cruise

Best practices in restorative dentistry are changing as quickly as technology and materials evolve. Stay relevant with a comprehensive continuing education course offered as you enjoy a luxurious cruise and visit the jewels of the Adriatic.

Join Dr. Ron Kaminer for The Changing Tide in Crown and Bridge, a comprehensive look at leading restorative techniques, then enjoy the culture, cuisine and scenery of the Adriatic.

  • · Smile design and esthetics
  • · Post, build-ups and materials
  • · Adhesives and cements
  • · Impressions vs. intraoral scans
  • · Incorporating lasers into your practice.

Sept. 9-16, 2016

$595 plus cruise price

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