Dr. Griffin is one of a hand-full of dentists awarded by his peers Diplomat status with the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry (ABAD), accreditation with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry (AACD), and Mastership in the Academy of General Dentistry (AGD).
Dr. Griffin runs a practice in St Louis County where he and his staff have maintained a 50-55% overhead since 1988. His Smile Center emphasizes cosmetics while doing all phases of general dentistry. Dr. Griffin’s unique educational philosophy focuses on improving clinical and financial outcomes while making practice more fun and rewarding. His course topics include office efficiency, digital photography, current bonding and cementation techniques, great everyday esthetics and CAD/CAM dentistry.
Dr. Griffin has been the MasterTrack/CE chair for the Missouri AGD, a member and clinical evaluator for Catapult Education, the dental industry’s premier speaker’s bureau, and is a clinical director for the Pacific Esthetic Continuum (PAC). He has also been a clinical evaluator for Reality Esthetics and served on the Council for Scientific Affairs for the Greater St Louis Dental Society.
ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Earn 1 CEU
Cementation Sanity: Simple, Everyday, State-Of-The-Art Cementation
Shouldn’t our daily cements have a positive influence on the oral environment? Busy practitioners look for aesthetic, symptom free, easy-to-clean-up luting materials that have great clinical success. Along with those characteristics, today we have materials that release ions that can have a positive influence on the tissues and fluids of the mouth while providing great comfort and longevity. In this 1-hour video, Dr. Griffin will discuss a cement for routine use with zirconia, lithium disilicate, and metal restorations that excels with all of these properties.
- Explore the reasons to consider calcium-releasing cementation and benefits
- Understand when to use the two major types of zirconia for unparalleled clinical performance and simplicity
- Learn about preparation, placement, and maximum performance of zirconia and lithium disilicate