Bringing you high-quality continuing education
2022 Speaker Series
The Maryland Academy of General Dentistry brings you high-quality continuing education throughout the year. Through our Annual Speakers Series, we identify leaders in their fields to speak on topics relevant to your professional development and timely for your practice.
New for 2022, the Speaker Series seminars are FREE to Maryland AGD members (registration still required) ! Not a member? Join us for a nominal fee or become a member! Learn more here.
Immediate Implant Placement & Restorations for Long Term Esthetic Success
7L CE | AGD 690 Implants
with Michael Pruett, DMD
In today’s esthetically driven practice it is a must to appropriately diagnose and understand the benefits and limitations of implant restorations. This lecture will provide the practitioner with an understanding of the technique of immediate implant placement and immediate provisionalization along with the long-term benefits to patient esthetics. The entire dental team will benefit from this update and review on implant therapy.
May 20, 2022
Maritime Conference Center
Crown & Bridge Revolution: Methods & Materials for Restorative Success
7L CE | AGD 610 Fixed Prosthodontics
with Michael DiTolla, DDS
Crown and bridge procedures make up a large percentage of the General Dentist's monthly production. It is critical for practice success to become efficient at these procedures and to reduce remakes as much as possible. Techniques will be presented to ensure that dentists give their laboratory technicians the best chance to fabricate a beautiful restoration.
December 9, 2022
Endodontic Diagnosis &
Newly Discovered Advanced Periapical Lesions
4L CE | AGD 070 Endodontics
with S. Craig Schneider, DDS
Presented in 2D and 3D, this course will present the latest research on newly discovered advanced periapical lesions that adversely affect both teeth and implants.
March 18, 2022
Universities at Shady Grove
Orofacial Pain Management
4L CE | AGD 200 Orofacial Pain
with LTC Alexander Smith, DDS, MS
Become familiar with the process of evaluating a patient with an orofacial pain complaint and learn to recognize certain signs and symptoms that lead to improved diagnosis of non-odontogenic pain.