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The Multiple Indications of a Chlorhexidine Varnish in a Restorative Dental Practice 
Presenter: Dr. Pamela Maragliano-Muniz
Credits:  1 CEU Release Date: 6/25/19
CE Supporter: Ivoclar Vivadent   Expiration Date: 6/25/22

Beautiful restorations do not happen by accident. They are the result of careful and thoughtful treatment planning and rendering treatment that mimics nature and respects biology. Providing restorations that last a long time is also not an accident, restorations need to be maintained properly. Sometimes, the oral environment where we place our restorations is less than optimal and we may need to use some tricks to create a favorable environment during and after treatment. This CE webinar will describe situations where the use of a chlorhexidine varnish can be used to idealize tissue health, reduce caries risk and minimize sensitivity. In addition, proper maintenance of restorations is essential for their long-term health, stability and aesthetics. Unfortunately, some materials used for maintenance can damage or reduce the lifespan of restorations. This CE webinar will describe tips and recommendations for maintenance of your direct, indirect, CAD/CAM and implant supported restorations.

By the end of this CE webinar, attendees will:
• Learn the features and clinical benefits of a chlorhexidine varnish
• Recognize clinical scenarios where a chlorhexidine varnish may be suitable for your patients
• Learn practical recommendations for maintaining restorations to promote the best long-term outcomes
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