Please join us for an evening of continuing education

Topic: The When, the Why, and the How: Applying Bonded Sealants

Presented by: Kevin S. Stepaniuk, DVM, FAVD, DAVDC

​Fractured teeth are common in canine patients. If the pulp is exposed, then endodontic treatment or extraction is necessary. However, many teeth only have enamel or uncomplicated fractures with exposed dentin tubules and unsupported tooth structure remaining. This does not always indicate extraction, or require endodontic treatment; but the teeth are at risk for developing endodontic disease and/or are plaque retentive surfaces. This lecture discusses the controversial topic surrounding bonded sealants, and the next step between extraction and advanced endodontic dentistry. Covering diagnosis, management, and treatment of the many teeth with enamel and dentin fractures that have an unsupported tooth structure and exposed dentin tubules.  Discussion of this basic restorative dentistry technique will demonstrate when and when not to consider the use of these resins, and how to apply the bonded sealants.

Date: Tuesday, September 26, 2017​

Time: 6:30PM Complimentary meal  – 7:00PM Presentation begins

Venue: Clark College at Columbia Tech Center – 18700 SE Mill Plain Blvd, Room 337, Vancouver WA 98683

RSVP: Please RSVP by Tuesday, September 19, 2017 – Lynda Nielsen at 360-694-3007 or

CE Credits: 1 hour CE for veterinarians

Brought to you by: Royal Canin