Minimal Intervention and Non-Aerosol Dentistry for Today’s Dental Practice

Links2Success welcomes Caralyn Hall-Nogiec, a Key Account Specialist for GC America to discuss: “Minimal Intervention and Non-Aerosol Dentistry for Today’s Dental Practice.”

Learning Objectives:
• How to treat everyday patient challenges with simple solutions
• Differences between CPP-ACP Technology and fluoride therapy
• How to effectively prevent and heal incipient carious lesions
• Why and where to use conventional or resin-modified glass ionomers
• Indications for use of glass ionomer restoratives and clinical techniques for caries control, abfractions, Sandwich Technique, pediatric, geriatric and emergency patients

After the session, the participant should be able to:
• Identify risk factors leading to caries
• Implement disease management in practice
• Control patient caries risk with focused therapeutics
• Choose restorative materials to minimize recurrent decay
• Improve the prognosis of preventative and restorative treatment

Caralyn Hall-Nogiec is a Key Account Specialist for GC America in the East Region. She has been in the dental industry for 24 years with various roles as a DANB Certified Dental Assistant, IAO Dental Assistant Orthodontic Instructor, CerecClinical Trainer, Consultant on Implementing In-Office Milling, Speaker on Stain and Glaze Techniques. GC America has allowed her to present to dentists, hygienists and dental assistants options to improve patient care. She is a wife, mother of three children and resides in Connecticut.

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