Current Concepts in Dentistry Day I

Part of: Current Concepts in Dentistry

Course description

Restorative Update 2019: Materials and Clinical Techniques 

Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019
Presented by Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS, FAGD, FACD, ABOD

How does a conscientious restorative dentist provide the best care with predictability and longevity?  This course will provide a comprehensive overview of innovations and essential techniques for success in restorative dentistry. The use of clinical evidence from well-performed prospective clinical trials combined with significant experience gleaned from numerous study club, faculty and student cases provide the foundation for the recommendations and observations presented.  Topics will include: surgical management of carious lesions, composite adhesive, filling and polishing techniques, the indications for zirconia (bilayed and monolithic) and glass–ceramic materials, cast gold and its use in a modern dental practice, and key occlusal considerations with all dental materials.

Learning objectives

  • Manage the deep carious lesion
  • Understand strategies to improve the performance of composite restorations
  • Where, when and how to use indirect tooth-colored crown and veneer materials
  • Review conservative and esthetic techniques for cast gold
  • Understand the methods to properly perform occlusal adjustments, polishing and fracture mitigation

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