Continuing Education Credits

NYS requirements call for 60 hours continuing education classes to be taken per each 3yr registration period. In an effort to keep himself up to date on all of the latest technology and techniques, Dr. Alper often takes that many hours every year. He believes that the more information that he has on what is new, innovative or being tested in dental techniques, the better the services that he can provide to his patients.

If you have questions regarding a service that you think Dr. Alper might not provide or a specialized service, please don’t hesitate to contact Dr. Alper in regard to it. He is always happy to help with all questions, and if it is something that he is not completely familiar with, he will take the opportunity to become familiar with it.

Please see below for a list of a few of my completed continuing education classes:

-Dental Tribune International Symposia

-The Dentist’s Role in Sleep Apnea

-TMD Made Easy

-Crowns have changed radically, have you?

-Cementation Simplified: Reliable Protocols for Cementing and Bonding Today’s Restorations

-CPR and Emergency Medicine in Dentistry

-Immediate Implant Placement in Posterior Areas: The Mandibular Arch

-Oral Pigmentation: Case Report and Review of Malignant Melanoma with flow charts

-Occlusion, Function and Parafunction: Understanding the Dynamics of a Healthy Stomatagnathic System

-Applications of Cone Beam Tomography in Dental Practice

-Restoration of Endodontically Treated Tooth

-Drug Therapy for Pregnant Dental Patient

-Soft Tissue Surgery


-Dentinal Adhesion

-Using Bulk Fill Composite for a core buildup

-Aesthetic Restoration

-Self Etch and Etch and Rinse Adhesive Systems in Clinical Dentistry

-Current Concepts in Flouride Therapy

-Low Shrink Composite Resins: a review of their history, strategies for managing shrinkage and clinical significance

-The Dental CAD/Cam Evolution of 2013

-Diagnosis and Treatment of Occlusal Problems

-CAD/CAM Technology in Implant Abutment Design

-Let’s Stick Together-The Most Durable Esthetic Materials Ever

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