To amputate a tooth or not?

May 27, 2005
RDH Under One Roof course promotes benefits of minimally invasive dentistry.

To amputate a tooth or not, that is the question. Sign up for the answer.

Can you be accused of recommending a tooth be amputated? Well, I am sure not unconsciously, yet some traditional restorative treatment recommendations support taking tooth structure away vs. preserving and or re-minimizing.

Shirley Gutkowski, RDH, and Emily Kinsell Berger, RDH, will be enthusiastically discussing the benefits of minimally invasive dentistry at the course titled, "Minimally Invasive Dentistry," on Saturday, July 23, at the upcoming RDH Under One Roof conference.

Past attendees to Shirley and Emily's course believe that this topic is a must for every hygienist, and minimally invasive dentistry is the future of hygiene.

This program will provide you with an integrated understanding of the concepts, clinical techniques, equipment, and materials you need to practice minimally invasive dentistry. 2 CEUs - Course attendance limited to 60.

Register by next Tuesday, May 31, and receive a free RDH Zippered Padfolio. Keep all of your conference notes and literature in one handy place. To register for Under One Roof go to www.rdhunderoneroof.