Photo Dr. Marco BrindisDecision Making in the World of Ceramics in Esthetic Dentistry 

Friday, May 7

Time:  1:15 - 4:15 pm
Quick Summary:  If you are seeking improved esthetic outcomes, you must understand the materials with which you are working, their limitations, and their proper handling.
Fee:  Doctors $68   All Others $27
Course Description: This course provides a systematic approach to select the most appropriate ceramic material.  Included topics are 1) ceramic materials overview, 2) cement selection: bonding vs. retention, 3) new generation of monolithic ceramic materials, 4) new bonding protocols for the new generation of ceramic materials, and 5) the new generation of ceramics for veneer restorations.
Learning objectives:
  1. Will learn how to select the right ceramic material base of the specific clinical situation
  2. Will learn what materials will be gentler with the opposing natural dentition
  3. Will learn a conservative preparation for ceramic restorations
  4. Will learn how to identify the proper bonding system for the different types of ceramic
Course most appropriate for:  Dentists, Hygienists, Laboratory Technician, and Clinical Assistants
C.E. Hours:  3 clinical hours
Academy of General Dentistry Code:  783, 784