This is a special event, titled, “Technology Night,” is open to dentists and specialists, and will cover the latest in laser dentistry and other advanced technology clinicians may need to apply in their practice.
NEW LONDON, CT (PRWEB) May 03, 2018
Drs. Gregory Toback and Marianne Urbanski will host the next Shoreline Periodontics Synergy Study Club event, scheduled for Thursday, May 24, 2018 from 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This is a special event titled, “Technology Night,” and is the second in a series of study club meetings offered for dentists and specialists. The entire Synergy Study Club continuum offers 18 continuing education credit hours to those attending all four meetings. Respected periodontists in New London, CT, and Westerly, RI, Drs. Toback and Urbanski, are pleased to offer continuing education to their colleagues, and to empower them with the tools and knowledge needed to provide the highest standard of care to their own patients.
The Technology Night study club meeting will focus on advanced dental technology topics and their applications to clinical practice. Some of the technologies discussed will include Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) 3D imaging for viewing detailed digital images of bone, nerve pathways and other anatomical features. Navident, a four-step guided implant process for precision placement of dental implants, will also be discussed, as will the latest in laser dentistry applications, among other effective pieces of technology. The goal of the study club meeting is to educate attendees on the practical uses of the technologies presented and how these services can best be used to improve the oral health and lives of the patients they serve.
With two practice locations, Drs. Toback and Urbanski proudly offer excellence in periodontics and implant dentistry to those seeking an experienced periodontist in New London, CT, and Westerly, RI. They are highly regarded by their peers, and known for offering the latest in laser dentistry, implant solutions and full-service periodontal care. The specialists are pleased to host Synergy Study Club events for the purpose of educating, engaging and collaborating with dental professionals on new technologies, treatment concepts and other facets of practice.
Those interested in attending study club meetings hosted by an experienced periodontist in New London, CT, or Westerly, RI, are invited to contact Shoreline Periodontics at 860-443-2428 for the New London, CT, location, or 401-596-0000 for the Westerly, RI, practice. Additional information on laser dentistry and other advanced technologies performed by the practice is available at http://www.shorelineperio.com.
About the Practice
Shoreline Periodontics is a periodontal practice offering personalized dental care for patients since 1998 and is located in New London, CT and Westerly, RI. Leading board-certified periodontist, Dr. Gregory A. Toback, received his B.A. from St. John’s University and his Doctorate of Dental Medicine from the University of Connecticut. He also received advanced training in periodontics and dental implants at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. Dr. Toback focuses on minimally invasive surgeries, offering LANAP® and belongs to a small group of dental professionals currently providing the Chao Pinhole Surgical Technique™ for treatment of gum recession. Dr. Marianne Urbanski has been voted one of Connecticut’s top dentists for more than seven years by Connecticut Magazine. Dr. Urbanski graduated cum laude from the College of Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts where she earned a Bachelors’ degree in Biology. She also received her Doctor of Dental Medicine degree and her Masters’ of Dental Science degree from the University of Connecticut Dental School. Dr. Urbanski prides herself on offering caring, professional treatment to each patient. To learn more about Shoreline Periodontics and their dental services visit their website at http://www.shorelineperio.com or call 860-443-2428 for the New London, CT location, or 401-596-0000 for the Westerly, RI office.