Esthetic Posterior Restorations: Mastering Direct, Semi-direct and Indirect Techniques

Aug 14-17, 2014

This intense hands-on course is featuring all aspects of posterior bonded restorations. You will receive the state-of-the art in minimally-invasive concepts for direct, semi-direct and indirect techniques in composite and ceramics. We have entered the “post amalgam / post full crown” era. This course will present the foundations of this evolution based on scientific evidence and clinical experience.

Participants will learn » A new biomimetic approach to restorative dentistry » Use of “tooth-like” restorative materials, such as composite resins and porcelain » Use of a hard tissue bond, such as enamel and dentin bonding » Direct, semi-direct & indirect techniques in composite & ceramics, incl. CAD/CAM

The benefit for you » Learn to decide the best choice of treatment for the most predictable outcome » Receive one-on-one mentoring and clear guidelines for your specific questions » Return to your practice more enthusiastic and confident

Raise your restorative treatment to the highest level.

Explore, enjoy and take this course » Advantages of bonded restorations over traditional approaches » Optimal use of current restorative systems » Preparation design; Principles of tooth preparation for bonded restorations » Dentin bonding protocol: rationale for an immediate dentin sealing protocol » Luting procedures for bonded restorations » Preparation and fabrication of class II and onlay restorations, including CAD/CAM

INSTRUCTORS

Pascal Magne
DDS, PhD
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