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Case Conference

The Case of the Mysterious Molar with Dr. David Clark

This is phase 1 of a case presented by Dr. David Clark. Dr. Clark asks for your opinion on how to best manage this patient. Dr. David Clark is a speaker at the upcoming Pacific Dental Conference. Click here for more information about the session he is presenting on March 17, 2016.   We welcome your feedback about this case. You have the option to remain anonymous in leaving your feedback. Please note that all your comments are moderated by the CDA Oasis Team and no comments go live immediately. Your feedback is sent to us in the form of an email ...

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Managing the Hopeless Dentition – Case Resolution

Dr. Liran Levin returns to present the resolution of the hopeless denition case previously posted on Oasis Discussions. Watch the initial case presentation We would like to sincerely thank the numerous dentists who responded to the case conference questions:Thank you! Case Resolution

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Fistula Beside Crown: Case Resolution with Dr. Effie Habsha

In this video, Dr. Effie Habsha, from Prosthodontic Associates, comes back to demonstrate the management of the fistula beside crown case previously posted on Oasis Discussions. Watch the initial Case Presentation We would like to sincerely thank the numerous dentists who responded to the case conference questions: Thank you! Case Resolution    

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Case Conference: How would you manage this fistula beside a crown?

This case is presented by Dr. Effie Habsha from Prosthodontics Associates,Toronto.   We welcome your feedback about this case. You have the option to remain anonymous in leaving your feedback. Please note that all your comments are moderated by the CDA Oasis Team and no comments go live immediately. Your feedback is sent to us in the form of an email which is accessed by the CDA Oasis Team and is not shared by a third party. You can safely leave your name and email allowing us to contact you, if needed, and that information will remain confidential at all times.  ...

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Case Conference: Restorative Dentistry in Behaviorally Challenging Children

This case is presented by Dr. Kiran Kulkarni Dr. Kiran Kulkarni is Pediatric Dentistry Professor in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of Toronto Watch the case presentation We welcome your feedback about this case. You have the option to remain anonymous in leaving your feedback. Please note that all your comments are moderated by the CDA Oasis Team and no comments go live immediately. Your feedback is sent to us in the form of an email which is accessed by the CDA Oasis Team and is not shared by a third party. You can safely leave your name and ...

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CE Showcase: HPV & Implications for Dentistry with Jo-Anne Jones

This case is submitted by Jo-Anne Jones, International Lecturer   We welcome your feedback about this case. You have the option to remain anonymous in leaving your feedback. Please note that all your comments are moderated by the CDA Oasis Team and no comments go live immediately. Your feedback is sent to us in the form of an email which is accessed by the CDA Oasis Team and is not shared by a third party. You can safely leave your name and email allowing us to contact you, if needed, and that information will remain confidential at all times.  You can ...

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Case Resolution: What do you do when this patient attends your clinic? with Dr. Bob Wood

Dr. Bob Wood returns to present the resolution of the child abuse case presented on Oasis Discussions on December 14, 2015.  Review the case Presentation here  

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Case Conference: How would you Manage this Hopeless Dentition Case?

This case is presented by Dr. Liran Levin from the University of Alberta   Watch the case presentation We welcome your feedback about this case. You have the option to remain anonymous in leaving your feedback. Please note that all your comments are moderated by the CDA Oasis Team and no comments go live immediately. Your feedback is sent to us in the form of an email which is accessed by the CDA Oasis Team and is not shared by a third party. You can safely leave your name and email allowing us to contact you, if needed, and that information ...

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