Minimal Interventions: The Modern Age of Caries Management
Category 2, CE Points per lecture: 3
October 16, 2020 (3 Hours) & November 6, 2020 (3 Hours)
Course Time

1:00 PM – 4:00 PM (Eastern Standard Time)

Course Tuition


Prior to October 2, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member $99

After October 2, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member $125


Prior to October 23, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member $99

After October 23, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member $125


Prior to October 2, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member  $198

After October 2, 2020:
Dentist/Dental Team Member $250



Course Location
Dr. Jeanette MacLean
Course Synopsis

Please note that this is a Virtual/Online Lecture. Login instructions will be provided in due course. The Virtual component will allow for questions and interaction between participants and the presenter.

Lecture 1, October 16, 2020: Nonsurgical Caries Management with Silver Diamine Fluoride (3 CE Points, Category 2)

Lecture 2, November 6, 2020: Minimally Invasive Restorations with Glass Ionomer Cement and Hall Technique (3 CE Points, Category 2)

Audience:  CANADA WIDE: Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants, Front Office/Auxiliary

Course Description:

Silver Diamine Fluoride (SDF) is a revolutionary approach to combating caries in a non-invasive manner.  Since its 2017 approval by Health Canada and a widely publicized 2016 feature in the New York Times, there has been tremendous interest surrounding the use of SDF from patients and dentists.  Learn the principles of case selection, informed consent, treatment planning, and a clinical protocol for SDF.  Learn how to restore cavities in a quick, effective, and painless way using SDF, Glass Ionomer Cement, and stainless steel crowns, known as Silver Modified Atraumatic Restorative Treatment (SMART) and the Hall Technique.  Find out how offering minimally-invasive options like SDF, SMART, and Hall can attract new patients, improve patient satisfaction, and increase internal marketing and word of mouth referrals to your practice, while improving oral health and increasing access to care.

Learning Objectives:

• Describe the evidence for using SDF and SMART to treat and prevent dental caries

• Review informed consent and treatment planning for SDF and SMART

• Demonstrate proper documentation, coding, and billing for SDF and SMART

• Describe case selection, materials, and clinical protocol for SDF, SMART, and Hall Technique