Dr Fay Goldstep has been a featured speaker in the ADA Seminar Series, and has lectured at the American Dental Association, Yankee, American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Academy of General Dentistry, and the Big Apple Dental Conferences. She has lectured nationally and internationally on Proactive/Minimal Intervention Dentistry, Soft-Tissue Lasers, Electronic Caries Detection, Bioactive Dental Materials and Innovations in Hygiene. She has served on the teaching faculties of the postgraduate programmes in Aesthetic Dentistry at SUNY Buffalo, University of Florida, University of Minnesota and University of Missouri-Kansas City. She has been a contributing author to four textbooks and has published more than 100 articles. She is a Fellow of the American College of Dentists, International Academy for Dental-Facial Esthetics, American Society for Dental Aesthetics and the Academy of Dentistry International. She sits on the editorial boards of the Oral Health Journal (healing/preventive dentistry), Dental Tribune US Edition and Dental Asia and REALITY. She has been listed as one of the leaders in continuing education by Dentistry Today since 2002. Dr. Goldstep is a consultant to a number of dental companies, and maintains a private practice in Richmond Hill, Canada and can be reached at email@example.com.
What in the world is bioactivity and how can I use it
Bioactive dental materials are all the buzz. What are they? How can they be incorporated into the dental practice? Are they better? Is handling different? Are there technique changes needed? Can you really get healing and repair? All you need to know–remineralization, restoratives, cements—materials that actually heal and repair.
Learn about silver diamine fluoride that stops decay in its tracks
Incorporate remineralizing therapies that repair teeth and stop sensitivity
Use bioactive materials to strengthen teeth and reduce restorative failure
Learn about the restorative that can protect and prolong pulp vitality
Discover the cement that can fill the marginal gap
We have the materials. We have the techniques. The time has come!