Contact

NCDS

P.O. Box 9265
100 Rio Street Suite A
Red Bluff, CA 96080

Phone: (530) 527-6764
Fax (530) 527-7911

 

Email: ncds@sunset.net

Upcoming Events

    • “Implant Prosthetics in the Aesthetic Zone: Science, Protocol, and Technique” Todd Schoenbaum, DDS. FACD 7 CE UNITS

      Jan 20, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION-FORM-Jan 2017 Schoenbaum

      The restoration of implants in the aesthetic zone varies significantly from implant treatment in other areas. Successful outcomes require not just osseointegration of the implant fixture itself, but also creation of appropriate gingival architecture, selection and fabrication of an abutment/crown system that balances aesthetic and functional demands. Special attention will be given to provisional techniques, cementation protocols, abutment/crown selection, impression techniques, emergence profiles, and gingival shaping. The techniques and materials demonstrated will balance efficient and practical techniques with clinical results and scientific evidence. 

      Learning Objectives:  How to make provisional restoration that dramatically enhance the aesthetic outcome and maximize aesthetic predictability; How to select the appropriate abutment/crown in the aesthetic zone to maximize long term aesthetics and durability; Cement vs. Screw retained restorations: when, why and how; How to efficiently take implant impressions that maximize accuracy; How to make and deliver aesthetic provisionals with immediate implant placement; How to predictably manage and create soft tissue aesthetics around anterior implants

    • “Upscale Hygiene, Upscale Profits” Cyndee Johnson RDH 6 CE UNITS

      Feb 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM Feb 17 Johnson

      Utilize your Hygiene Department to Drive Practice Production! Utilizing known statistical data, this course ties together the metrics necessary to measure the effective productivity of the dental hygiene department. The attendees will leave with an understanding of which  numbers matter, which ones to watch and why. Doctors, tired of pushing a financial boulder up hill? Frustrated by cancellations and the last-minute scramble to fill the schedule? This presentation will offer solutions. It will clearly define what it means to provide comprehensive care while creating tremendous value for the services provided, which in turn, facilitate unprecedented treatment acceptance. This presentation offers processes and perspective into the new dental hygiene model that is raising the level of care delivered around the globe. Attendees will lean how to keep their hygiene schedule filled without adding another new patient (not a typo!) and be given an efficient process for cancellation mitigation/elimination along with simple strategies the team can utilize to guarantee productivity and financial success. 

    • “Restorative Materials 2017 Update” Jeff J. Brucia DDS 7 CE UNITS

      Mar 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM March 17 Brucia

      The numerous choices in restorative materials has confused the clinician as to what is best indicated in a given situation. The continuous evolution in adhesive materials and techniques combined with the ever-increasing demands for predictable and long lasting aesthetic restorations demands continuous learning in the areas of material science and restorative technique. This lecture course provides an overview of the restorative options you should be considering today as well as a comprehensive discussion of the ever changing world of dentinal adhesives. 

      Learning Objectives:  Review the options available in adhesive systems including the new advancements in Glass Ionomers and light curing units; Eliminate the frustration of post-operative sensitivity and restorative failure; Discuss the materials and techniques for direct composite restorations; Techniques for preparation, impressions, temporization, lab communication, material selection and cementation of indirect restoration including margin elevation, fiber re-enforcement and when to seal the prep; Techniques and materials for repairing porcelain fractures. 

    • “Implant Prosthetics in the Aesthetic Zone: Science, Protocol, and Technique” Todd Schoenbaum, DDS. FACD 7 CE UNITS

      Jan 20, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION-FORM-Jan 2017 Schoenbaum

      The restoration of implants in the aesthetic zone varies significantly from implant treatment in other areas. Successful outcomes require not just osseointegration of the implant fixture itself, but also creation of appropriate gingival architecture, selection and fabrication of an abutment/crown system that balances aesthetic and functional demands. Special attention will be given to provisional techniques, cementation protocols, abutment/crown selection, impression techniques, emergence profiles, and gingival shaping. The techniques and materials demonstrated will balance efficient and practical techniques with clinical results and scientific evidence. 

      Learning Objectives:  How to make provisional restoration that dramatically enhance the aesthetic outcome and maximize aesthetic predictability; How to select the appropriate abutment/crown in the aesthetic zone to maximize long term aesthetics and durability; Cement vs. Screw retained restorations: when, why and how; How to efficiently take implant impressions that maximize accuracy; How to make and deliver aesthetic provisionals with immediate implant placement; How to predictably manage and create soft tissue aesthetics around anterior implants

    • “Upscale Hygiene, Upscale Profits” Cyndee Johnson RDH 6 CE UNITS

      Feb 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM Feb 17 Johnson

      Utilize your Hygiene Department to Drive Practice Production! Utilizing known statistical data, this course ties together the metrics necessary to measure the effective productivity of the dental hygiene department. The attendees will leave with an understanding of which  numbers matter, which ones to watch and why. Doctors, tired of pushing a financial boulder up hill? Frustrated by cancellations and the last-minute scramble to fill the schedule? This presentation will offer solutions. It will clearly define what it means to provide comprehensive care while creating tremendous value for the services provided, which in turn, facilitate unprecedented treatment acceptance. This presentation offers processes and perspective into the new dental hygiene model that is raising the level of care delivered around the globe. Attendees will lean how to keep their hygiene schedule filled without adding another new patient (not a typo!) and be given an efficient process for cancellation mitigation/elimination along with simple strategies the team can utilize to guarantee productivity and financial success. 

    • “Restorative Materials 2017 Update” Jeff J. Brucia DDS 7 CE UNITS

      Mar 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM March 17 Brucia

      The numerous choices in restorative materials has confused the clinician as to what is best indicated in a given situation. The continuous evolution in adhesive materials and techniques combined with the ever-increasing demands for predictable and long lasting aesthetic restorations demands continuous learning in the areas of material science and restorative technique. This lecture course provides an overview of the restorative options you should be considering today as well as a comprehensive discussion of the ever changing world of dentinal adhesives. 

      Learning Objectives:  Review the options available in adhesive systems including the new advancements in Glass Ionomers and light curing units; Eliminate the frustration of post-operative sensitivity and restorative failure; Discuss the materials and techniques for direct composite restorations; Techniques for preparation, impressions, temporization, lab communication, material selection and cementation of indirect restoration including margin elevation, fiber re-enforcement and when to seal the prep; Techniques and materials for repairing porcelain fractures. 

    • “Implant Prosthetics in the Aesthetic Zone: Science, Protocol, and Technique” Todd Schoenbaum, DDS. FACD 7 CE UNITS

      Jan 20, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION-FORM-Jan 2017 Schoenbaum

      The restoration of implants in the aesthetic zone varies significantly from implant treatment in other areas. Successful outcomes require not just osseointegration of the implant fixture itself, but also creation of appropriate gingival architecture, selection and fabrication of an abutment/crown system that balances aesthetic and functional demands. Special attention will be given to provisional techniques, cementation protocols, abutment/crown selection, impression techniques, emergence profiles, and gingival shaping. The techniques and materials demonstrated will balance efficient and practical techniques with clinical results and scientific evidence. 

      Learning Objectives:  How to make provisional restoration that dramatically enhance the aesthetic outcome and maximize aesthetic predictability; How to select the appropriate abutment/crown in the aesthetic zone to maximize long term aesthetics and durability; Cement vs. Screw retained restorations: when, why and how; How to efficiently take implant impressions that maximize accuracy; How to make and deliver aesthetic provisionals with immediate implant placement; How to predictably manage and create soft tissue aesthetics around anterior implants

    • “Upscale Hygiene, Upscale Profits” Cyndee Johnson RDH 6 CE UNITS

      Feb 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM Feb 17 Johnson

      Utilize your Hygiene Department to Drive Practice Production! Utilizing known statistical data, this course ties together the metrics necessary to measure the effective productivity of the dental hygiene department. The attendees will leave with an understanding of which  numbers matter, which ones to watch and why. Doctors, tired of pushing a financial boulder up hill? Frustrated by cancellations and the last-minute scramble to fill the schedule? This presentation will offer solutions. It will clearly define what it means to provide comprehensive care while creating tremendous value for the services provided, which in turn, facilitate unprecedented treatment acceptance. This presentation offers processes and perspective into the new dental hygiene model that is raising the level of care delivered around the globe. Attendees will lean how to keep their hygiene schedule filled without adding another new patient (not a typo!) and be given an efficient process for cancellation mitigation/elimination along with simple strategies the team can utilize to guarantee productivity and financial success. 

    • “Restorative Materials 2017 Update” Jeff J. Brucia DDS 7 CE UNITS

      Mar 17, 2017 9:00 am

      REGISTRATION FORM March 17 Brucia

      The numerous choices in restorative materials has confused the clinician as to what is best indicated in a given situation. The continuous evolution in adhesive materials and techniques combined with the ever-increasing demands for predictable and long lasting aesthetic restorations demands continuous learning in the areas of material science and restorative technique. This lecture course provides an overview of the restorative options you should be considering today as well as a comprehensive discussion of the ever changing world of dentinal adhesives. 

      Learning Objectives:  Review the options available in adhesive systems including the new advancements in Glass Ionomers and light curing units; Eliminate the frustration of post-operative sensitivity and restorative failure; Discuss the materials and techniques for direct composite restorations; Techniques for preparation, impressions, temporization, lab communication, material selection and cementation of indirect restoration including margin elevation, fiber re-enforcement and when to seal the prep; Techniques and materials for repairing porcelain fractures. 

MISSION STATEMENT

The mission of the Northern California Dental Society shall be to encourage the improvement of the health of the public; to unite ethical practitioners of dentistry; to promote the art and science of dentistry and to represent the interests of the members of the Society and the public.

VISION STATEMENT

Strive to promote the value of membership through awareness of benefits; provide social networking events and increase support to new member dentists; improve the level of connection between the dentist and their communities and ensure that members feel like a vital part of the society.