Eureka Smiles and Dr. Jack P. Griffin have always strived to remain at the forefront of dental technology and treatment techniques, continuously embracing innovation and the future of dental care. With that in mind, Dr. Griffin will soon be giving other dentists and dental professionals a fascinating look into how regenerative tooth restoration is changing the game.
Dr. Griffin will be attending the upcoming Indiana Dental Association Annual Session in Indianapolis to teach a course entitled, “Let’s Grow Tooth”. The discussion will cover information about new regenerative/bioactive materials that can actually enable the healing and self-repair of dentin. These techniques can promote tissue regeneration and reduced bacterial accumulation, ultimately encouraging long-term health of the treated teeth.
With his participation in the IDA’s annual meeting, Dr. Griffin continues to do his part to help the field of general, cosmetic, and restorative dentistry continue to progress and improve. In fact, this is just the latest in a string of conferences and symposia for which Dr. Griffin has made contributions this year and throughout his career. He says he looks forward to meeting some of the many skilled dentists in Indiana and to discussing some of the latest advances in dentistry.