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Bioactivity in Everyday Practice 
Presenter: Dr. Brittany Bergeron Release Date: 9/26/22
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 9/26/25
   

Historically, dental materials have been designed to be passive. They are considered successful if they do not interact with or harm the surrounding tissue. Thus, these materials are deemed to be biocompatible. In recent years, with the development of bioactive materials with impressive capabilities, this has started to change. A shift in thinking and a desire to do better for our patients has given rise to the era of bioactive dental materials. Bioactive materials are by design, interactive with a patient’s tooth structure and help to stimulate and mimic the remineralization process that takes place in nature. This CE webinar will review the science behind bioactive dental materials as well as practical uses for bioactive dental materials in everyday practice.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the participant will:
• understand the basic science behind biomaterials and how they interact with tooth structure
• become more familiar with the types of bioactive materials on the market
• gain insight on how to integrate the use of bioactive dental materials into everyday practice
• learn pearls for best results when using bioactive materials   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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