Courses
January - November 2019
Various locations, Please see schedule for details.
Limited to 20 Dentists! Don’t be disappointed, REGISTER EARLY! This course will involve didactic and hands-on training together with the opportunity to treat two cases from your own practice under the supervision of Faculty experts including case selection, diagnosis, treatment planning, surgical phase and prosthodontics phase to final completion. Student dentists may select patients requiring…
September 20, 2019
Centre for Continuing Dental Education, 1440 Don Mills Rd., Suite 103, Toronto ON, M3B 3M1
Overview: In modern therapy, the reconstruction of periodontal and peri-implant soft tissues is a key aspect of treatment for aesthetic and functional purposes. Over the years, several surgical techniques have been proposed for the treatment of single and multiple recessions and peri-implant defects with different flap designs and connective tissue grafts, achieving an excellent level of…
September 21, 2019 to April 25, 2020
Faculty of Dentistry, 124 Edward St., Toronto ON, M5G 1G6
Continuing Dental Education Certificate  Recognized by the CDHO & ODAA. Join us for the 16th Anniversary of collaborative effort between the University of Toronto and Transitions Consulting Group to bring you the Dental Practice Administration program.  The Faculty is pleased to again partner with Transitions Consulting Group, who is recognized as one of the leading experts in dental…
September 27 – 29, 2019
Centre for Continuing Dental Education, 1440 Don Mills Rd., Suite 103, Toronto ON, M3B 3M1
This course meets the educational requirements of the RCDSO Standard of Practice – Dental CT Scanners COURSE OVERVIEW This course on small field-of-view cone beam CT (cbCT) is a didactic and clinical hands-on course that will introduce the participants to the principles of cbCT and its applications in dentistry. The course is designed to meet the educational requirements of the RCDSO Standard…
October 5, 2019 (PM Only)
Centre for Continuing Dental Education, 1440 Don Mills Rd., Suite 103, Toronto ON, M3B 3M1
In the dental office, we often think about hygiene, prevention, infection and disease. We know that viruses and disease are ubiquitous, and no one is immune from the threat of illness. Like in life, the cyber landscape is full of risk. Decision-makers need to think in clinical terms about their information technology infrastructure. Systems should not be thought of as either clean or infected,…