Hi. Hello again, for those of you that are joining us again for the second time this week, or maybe you saw me a couple of weeks ago when I did the first one. Thanks so much to everyone at CE Zoom for putting this together. You guys are awesome. Thanks to Crest Oral-B for sponsoring this. Really appreciate what you guys are doing to support all of us during this interesting time that we're in. Today we're going to talk about resin infiltration, but unlike the first series that I did, where I talked about incipient proximal lesions for the posterior teeth, this time we're going to talk about in the aesthetic zone or what they call smooth surface resin infiltration. Okay, here we go.
And just as a disclaimer, I don't have any financial interest in the products that we'll talk about today. I'm a private practice, pediatric dentist practice owner. I'll share with you what I do in my own practice and tips and tricks like that, but it's not like I own any products or have interest shares in anything. I do get speaking honorariums from various companies that you see listed there to give lectures, but they don't actually have input in the content. Another shout out to Organized Dentistry. Think it's so important to get involved and support this in any way that you can, whether it's through your membership or if you can get involved in committees now more than ever. And of course, sharing our time and talents with those that are less fortunate and perhaps lack access to care. And I have become known as an advocate of minimally invasive dentistry. There's my little girl, Sabrina, when she lost her front tooth.