: A Comprehensive Program Reviewing the Latest Materials in Hygiene
William Paveletz, DMD
Dr. William Paveletz, DMD is a graduate of Temple University School of Dentistry.Upon receiving his DMD degree he completed a one-year general practice residency at University of Pittsburgh and continued studying prosthetics at the Graduate Department of Pittsburgh Dental School.
Currently he is VOCO’s North Americas Clinical Educator he lecturers nationally / internationally to dental retailers, dental societies and teaching institutions. Dr. Paveletz has been published in various dental trade publications regarding temporization techniques with dental implants, treating geriatric patients and fluoridation usage in adolescences.
He has a true passion for preventative and restorative dentistry with an emphasis on biocompatibility and holistic dentistry. His hands on workshops focus on topics ranging from dental coding and billing, hygiene, esthetic dentistry, fixed and removable prosthetics, and Nano and Ormocer technology.
Caries infection has increased in young adult populations and continues to be a major disease for children. This course discusses the impact of Nano Technology on today’s preventative and restorative materials. Attendees will have a “hands-on forum” to provide their dental teams with new findings on today’s desensitizers, sealants, and fluoride treatments to combat patient’s current symptoms and prevention of future issues.
*Gain an understanding of new research findings that can contribute to the evidence for application of varnish with chemotherapeutic fluoride treatment
*Understand the findings of recent research exploring how dental practitioners are using scientific evidence in their patient treatment decisions and patient counseling
*Learn about the method of applying Xylitol containing, natural and artificial based fluoride treatments and Nano Hybrid Sealants and the evidence showing the effective changes they can have on today’s patients
*Understand the correct CDT coding procedure for hygiene procedures and review the “current 2018 changes” to desensitizing and ‘home use” fluoridation treatments