New! Live CE Event

Join us at Parkell’s Corporate Headquarters on Long Island for this exciting CE event. Space is limited so reserve your seat now!

For More Information or to Register: Email Tree Mainella at TMainella@parkell.com or call 631-389-1532 now.

 


Bioactives: Making Restorative Dentistry Regenerative Dentistry

Gregg A. Helvey, DDS, MAGD, CDT

 

Date: Saturday, December 1, 2018

Time: 1:00pm - 4:00pm

CE Credits: 3 (ADA CERP | Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC)

Cost: FREE

To Register: Email Tree Mainella at TMainella@parkell.com or call 631-389-1532

 

Upon completion, each attendee will learn:

  • The definition of bioactive restoratives
  • The history of bioactive materials
  • The various types and how they work
  • Advantages and disadvantages of using bioactives
  • Indications and contra-indications for use
  • How bioactives effect dental implants
  • Become familiar with endoscopic image interpretation.

 

This course will address the issues of nearly half of all restorations being placed in the United States are replacements for failing or defective restorations and that composite restorations account for a higher amount of failures compared to other types of restorative materials. Failures at the interface between the tooth and the restoration is usually the culprit.



Recent literature examines the surge of bioactive properties that restorative materials have now incorporated in order to arrest or at least curb the demineralization process before extensive invasive damage occurs. This course will also address whether or not bioactives play a role in the success of implants.

About the Speaker

Dr. Helvey is part of an elite group of dentists who are certified dental technicians and skilled ceramists. This combination of experience as a dentist and a dental technician has aided in the development of unique restorative and laboratory procedures, which have been published in peer-reviewed journals. In his private practice located in Middleburg, Virginia, Dr. Helvey artistically creates and fabricates crowns and veneers for his patients instead of sending the cases to an outside laboratory. Presently, he is the Restorative Section Editor for Inside Dentistry and serves on the editorial advisory boards for Inside Dentistry, Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry and Inside Dental Technology.



In addition to his position as Adjunct Associate Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University School of Dentistry, Dr. Helvey teaches cosmetic dentistry in the AEGD residency program with an emphasis porcelain veneers. He received his dental degree from Georgetown University in 1976, and received his Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry in 1997.



Dr. Helvey lectures nationally and internationally.