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Deep dive into periodontal surgery offered at ADA June workshop

Two-day event scheduled for June 14-15 in Chicago worth 14 CE credits

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Dentists can learn the practical surgical skills needed to diagnose and manage periodontal cases at an ADA Continuing Education live workshop in June.

Periodontal Surgery: A Clinical Techniques Hands-On Workshop is scheduled for June 14-15 at ADA Headquarters in Chicago and is worth 14 CE credits.

The presenters are Kevin R. Suzuki, D.M.D., who is a clinical assistant professor at Temple University and on the affiliate clinical faculty of the University of Washington; and Jon B. Suzuki, D.D.S., Ph.D., clinical professor at the University of Maryland, University of Washington and Nova Southeastern University and professor emeritus at Temple University.

The father-son duo said in a joint statement that restorative dentists in current practice settings would significantly improve clinical outcomes of their patients while augmenting previously untapped income streams.

“It is becoming increasingly important to have the clinical skills to offer basic periodontal surgical techniques including crown lengthening, soft tissue augmentation, and ridge preservation-bone grafts to restorative dental patients,” they said.

“This workshop will offer opportunities to learn or sharpen existing clinical periodontal skills usually not covered in dental schools.”

Register today for this live workshop at ADA.org/education/continuing-education/ada-ce-live-workshops/periodontal-surgery.


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