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November 22, 2017
View from the Chairside: Artistic interpretation and smile design

In the anterior segment, as the number of guiding landmarks to determine restorative tooth anatomy decreases, the need for artistic interpretation to create new landmarks increases.


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What's New
  • The Council of the Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) agreed to support the COA/CDA/AMMI Consensus Statement on Patients with Total Joint Replacement having dental procedures. The College will advise dentists of the Council's position and ask that they review the COA/CDA/AMMI Consensus Statement and implement it in their offices. Details will be published in Dispatch and on the College website.
  • The Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario (RCDSO) has announced that Dispatch magazine will cease print publication with the February 2018 issue. Dispatch content will be posted to the website (as now) and dentists and stakeholders notified via email when important new material is available.
Call to Action

A Call for Oral Health Practitioners with Background in Clinical Research

CDA Oasis is looking for oral health practitioners with background in clinical research. We are seeking your insights on doing clinical research while practicing dentistry. We are interested in learning about your experiences; in particular:

  • How did the idea to do research start?
  • What led you to finding a vision of integrating research within your role as a clinical dentist?
  • What did you need to learn/know to enable you to do the research?
  • What are the steps you took to do the research: Did you partner with another clinician/academician? Did you do the research on your own? How did you put the research plan into action?

We would love to speak with you and we welcome your thoughts, ideas, tips, and experiences. We intend to use this valuable information to develop multimedia content that will help other clinicians plan and implement their own research projects.

Please contact us at oasisdiscussions@cda-adc.ca or toll free 1 855-716-2747. We look forward to hearing from you.

CDA Oasis Team

The Grind

In this episode of The Grind Navi Bharj speaks to first-year dental students at UofA and asks why they chose dentistry and how they cope with the course load.

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