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Friday, January 10, 2014 from 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Dr. Van B. Haywood is Professor in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation, College of Dental Medicine, Georgia Regents University. In 1989, he co-authored the first publication in the world on Nightguard vital bleaching (at-home bleaching) with Dr. Harald Heymann, and in 1997 co-authored the first article on extended treatment (six-months) of tetracycline-stained teeth using this technique. He has completed further research and over 145 publications on the NGVB technique and the topic of bleaching and esthetics, including first papers on treating bleaching sensitivity with potassium nitrate, direct thermoplastic tray fabrication, bleaching primary teeth, and caries control with bleaching materials. He has lectured in over 30 countries and 30 states. His book titled “Tooth Whitening: Indications and Outcomes of Nightguard Vital Bleaching”, was published by Quintessence International in 2007 and is available online at www.quintpub.com , through “iBooks” or on his personal website www.vanhaywood.com.
Tooth Bleaching: Bridging the past to future trends 2014
Tray bleaching for the past 25 years and in-office bleaching for 125 years have given us solid traditional information and developed future trends for new treatment options. A pre-bleaching examination and diagnosis is important to avoid pitfalls and poor outcomes for all types of bleaching. Understanding the application of different products is essential to guide patient for their maximum whitening benefit. Learn the latest evidence-based data on bleaching as we explore tray, in-office, and OTC bleaching techniques, and discuss current knowledge as that relates to children and older adults. Treatment for discolorations such as brown and white spots, as well as nicotine stains and tetracycline-stained teeth will be discussed.
Objectives: The participant will learn…
Bleaching examination components, plus hydrogen and carbamide peroxide differences
- Differences between tray, in-office and OTC products and techniques
- Treatment options for brown & white discolorations, plus nicotine stains
- Treatment of tetracycline-stained teeth and long-term safety
- Indications for different bleaching techniques and research support for each
Dental Materials to Facilitate Bleaching: Single Tooth bleaching, bonding, Tray Fabrication,
Sensitivity and Caries Control
In addition to understanding the techniques and indications for bleaching teeth overall, there are specific bleaching needs to be addressed. These topics include bonding composite restorations to the lighter teeth, appropriate tray fabrication for a single dark tooth and internal bleaching of endodontically-treated teeth. Also “Boil and form” tray fabrication for children, treatment of bleaching sensitivity and the new use of bleaching materials for caries control in elderly and orthodontic patients will be demonstrated.
Objectives: The participant will learn…
Bonding tips and shades for bleached teeth
- Bleaching options for single dark teeth with internal and external stains
- Treatment for tooth sensitivity using bleaching trays and potassium nitrate
- Various tray fabrication techniques and indications - intraoral and laboratory
Registration will close 2 days prior to ALL course dates. Registration will not be processed until payment is received by Eventbrite. After the registration deadline, please contact the CE office to see if space is available (402-472-2611).
We reserve the right to limit the number of participants and to cancel any course. Confirmation letters are generally sent two weeks prior to the course. If registration and payment were sent at least two weeks prior to the course and no confirmation letter is received, please contact Connie Whitson at 402-472-2611 to verify that your registration.
Participants cancelling their registrations will receive a refund minus a $25 processing fee. Notice of cancellation must be made prior to the course.
NO REFUNDS WILL BE MADE AFTER THE COURSE BEGINS.
Quarry Oaks Golf Club is located at 16600 Quarry Oaks Drive, Ashland, NE. The College of Dentistry and East Campus Union are located at 40th and Holdrege Streets on UNL East Campus. Mary Riepma Ross Theater is located at 313 N 13th St. in Lincoln. UNMC West Division Dental Hygiene Program Site, 955 East Country Club Road Gering, NE.
Parking is only complimentary for courses held on East Campus.
UNMC College of Dentistry Continuing Education Phone: 402-472-2611 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: Connie Whitson For additional information on courses and speakers please visit www.unmc.edu/dentistry.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
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The College is a member of the American Dental Education Association and the Association for Continuing Dental Education. Academy of General Dentistry credit is available.
The University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education designates this activity for 6 continuing education credits.