Omaha dentist Michael R. Sesemann, DDS, has been selected to sit on the advisory board for the prestigious Kois Center for Advancing Dentistry Through Science in Seattle, WA. Founded and directed by John C. Kois, DMD, MSD, the center offers clinical and didactic courses on esthetics, implants, occlusion and restorative dentistry.
As part of the advisory board, Dr. Sesemann’s role is to provide direction for the center and to act as a liaison between the organization, its members and the dental community.
“I am proud to have been chosen to represent the Kois Center in its mission to assist members in gaining the knowledge and skills to help them advance to extraordinary levels in providing dentistry in their communities. Certainly my experiences at the center have been of benefit to my patients and my practice,” said Dr. Sesemann.
To learn more about the Seattle-based Kois Center, visit www.koiscenter.com.
Michael R. Sesemann, DDS, was among several international lecturers invited to address the Future of Restorative Dentistry Leadership Summit, held recently in Orlando by Ivoclar Vivadent, a global dental product innovator. Dr. Sesemann addressed an audience of 30 leading dentists from North America and Europe on the topic, Bulk Fill Works in Practice: Balancing Efficiency and Long-Term Performance with Direct Posterior Composites. Special emphasis was placed on evidence-based case studies from his dental practice at Nebraska Institute of Comprehensive Dentistry (NICD) in Omaha. Bulk Fill is a new composite restorative material created to maintain a high degree of esthetic and functional integrity while improving production time and reducing procedural stresses on the treated teeth. In 2010, Dr. Sesemann was one of the first North American dentists to be selected to research the product. “This summit brought together an esteemed collection of presenters and a great group of professionals,” said Dr. George Tysowsky, Vice President of Research and Development for Ivoclar Vivadent. “We discussed very important trends that are currently impacting dentistry, including Bulk Fill restorative materials, new technologies, and new cementation protocols.” PHOTO: Event attendees