This 2-hour live hands-on course will teach you the principals of how to treat a midline diastema without the use of wedges or a matrix system. The step-by-step approach will teach you the pull through technique that will allow a perfect contact and contour without overhangs. This no preparation approach will simplify your life and help you create natural-looking restorations without removing tooth structure.
This online course provides the participants with many priceless pearls to predictably shape and polish anterior composite restorations to the level that they can rival the beauty of the most esthetic porcelain restorations every single time. Dr. David Chan will discuss and demonstrate in detail the predictable techniques to develop the primary, secondary, tertiary tooth anatomy in composite restorations for any tooth shape imaginable utilizing a few simple tools and seamlessly polish those restorations within a few minutes.
The layering of a composite with varying degrees of opacity and translucency is vital to creating a naturally esthetic restoration. In this live-streamed interactive course, Dr. Bob Margeas will guide participants step-by-step through his meticulous layering technique and polishing regimens that predictably produce a Class IV composite restoration that blends mimics the adjacent teeth.
Are you making a great final impression? The integrity of our restorations is often related to the quality of the impression that we make at the preparation appointment. In addition, proper communication with the laboratory is a must. This course will provide you with some clinical tips that will help ensure that your preparation, impression, and communication are all in order. The end result will be quality restorations that are consistent and predictable.
Through this hands-on, live-streamed course, participants will be guided through the technique of producing predictable, beautiful life-like Class II restorations mimicking the natural tooth in every way. In addition to demonstrating how to achieve zero post-op sensitivity and natural proximal contacts every time, this restorative technique produces ideal occlusal anatomy and contacts prior to final light curing!