Monthly Archives: July 2019

Talking to Patients about Bioactive and Biomimetic Dentistry

Pulpdent has launched a new continuing education (CE) podcast on bioactive and biomimetic dental materials. Hosted by Viva Learning’s DentalTalk, the four-part series provides 1 CEU and is available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Click here to listen to the third episode.

Patients are curious about the materials dentists use in their mouths and want to learn more about different treatment options. In this episode Larry Clark and Dr. Phil Klein discuss how the dental industry can engage patients in conversations about bioactivity and biomimicry.

Missed the earlier episodes?
Click here to listen to the first episode.
Click here to listen to the second episode.

Clinical Applications for Bioactive and Biomimetic Materials

Pulpdent has launched a new continuing education (CE) podcast on bioactive and biomimetic dental materials. Hosted by Viva Learning’s DentalTalk, the four-part series provides 1 CEU and is available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Click here to listen to the second episode.

In the second episode, host Dr. Phil Klein interviews Pulpdent’s Director of Clinical Affairs and Marketing, Larry Clark about the clinical applications for bioactive and biomimetic products, as well as the benefits and challenges associated with these types of products.

Missed the first episode? Click here to listen to Bioactivity & Biomimicry: What’s the Deal?

Bioactivity & Biomimicry: What’s the Deal?

Pulpdent has launched a new continuing education (CE) podcast on bioactive and biomimetic dental materials. Hosted by Viva Learning’s DentalTalk, the four-part series provides 1 CEU and is available on iTunes and Stitcher.

Click here to listen to the first episode. In the first episode, host Dr. Phil Klein interviews Pulpdent’s Director of Clinical Affairs and Marketing, Larry Clark about bioactivity and biomimicry in restorative dentistry. Klein and Clark explore the reasons for restoration failure, alternatives to traditional restorative materials, and the concepts of bioactivity and biomimicry.