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New Round Table Discussions

Most recent CDA Oasis podcasts and in depth discussions affecting the Dental Profession in Canada, (Click Logo)

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CDA Interview with CARDP President, Dr. Ron Zokol

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Vancouver 2021 Promotional Video

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Dalhousie University “Dr. E.J. Rajczak Student Award Winner” Thank You!
From Dr. Olivia Yang

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Applying Silver Diamine Fluoride

Given concerns over new infection control protocols brought on by the Covid-19 pandemic, dentists across Canada are considering viable alternatives to aerosol generating procedures. One such alternative is Silver Diamine Fluoride.  In this edition of CARDP Roundtable, Dr. Les Ennis shares his experience of using Silver Diamine Fluoride in his practice, and fields questions on its uses and benefits from Dr. Deb Schwartz, Dr. Shammick Kotecha and Dr. John O’Keefe.  More Information and Recommended Links

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“Relative Intrusion” of an Implant-supported Restoration

Relative intrusion of an implant-supported restoration occurs when a maxillary anterior implant acts as an ankylosed tooth and the adjacent natural teeth migrate due to facial changes and passive or active eruption. Though the intrusion varies in severity, it occurs to some degree in all cases, irrespective of how well the implant restoration has been executed.  In this latest edition of Oasis CARDP Roundtable, Dr. Oliver Pin-Harry, a prosthodontist from Burlington ON, walks through a series of case studies and fields questions from expert panelists, Dr. Doug Hamilton, Dr. Deb Schwartz and Dr. Shammick Kotecha.

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Digital Services in the Dental Practice

In this CARDP Roundtable discussion, Dr. Harry is joined by Dr. Shammick Kotecha, General Dentist from Toronto, Dr. Doug Hamilton, General Dentist from Montreal, and Dr. John O’Keefe, Director of Knowledge Networks CDA, to discuss the role of digital technology in dentistry today.  Dr. Harry outlines how technology has had an impact on his practice, and fields questions from the expert panel on the benefits and limitations of digital dentistry. He outlines the types of treatments that can be enhanced by technology, addresses the accuracy and trueness of digital scan systems, and offers advice on what to consider, if you’re thinking of going digital. More Information | Digital Services Posted on Facebook

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Managing Spaces Between Implant-Supported Restorations and Adjacent Teeth

In this latest edition of CARDP Roundtable, Dr. Oliver Pin Harry, a prosthodontist from Burlington, ON, who specializes in Dental Implants, Esthetics and Reconstructive Dentistry, fields questions from a panel of general dentists on the management of spaces between implant-supported restorations and adjacent teeth.  Dr. Pin Harry takes a deep dive into the occurrence and causes of what is quite a common problem in restorative dentistry. He also addresses the key risk factors, such as patient age and type of implant; and gives his expert opinion on corrective treatment and prevention. More Information and Links

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The Management of Dento-Facial Trauma during the Pandemic

With plans afoot to open practices across Canada, dental professionals are getting a glimpse of what the ‘new normal’ will look like. Coming to grips with new infection control measures, such as enhanced PPE, longer wait times between patients, and the pre-screening of patients for COVID-19, will surely be the next challenge in this ongoing crisis.  So, what can we learn from those who have been practising emergency care throughout the pandemic?  More Information and Links

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