Cosmetic Dentistry Update: What, Where, When, How

Thursday, April 7     8:15 - 11:15 AM

Course Description:  malone cardNever before in the history of the dental profession has there been such a rapid change in dental materials and their uses. For many years gold and silver amalgam were the mainstays of dental restorations. The public is now demanding tooth colored restorations and the many dental corporations have responded, flooding dentists with more restorative choices than ever. How do you decide what product to use where, and when and how to use it? This half day presentation will review the options in cosmetic restorations and make it easier to decide what to use where.

Learning Objectives:

  1. What restorative materials to use in different situations.
  2. Where to use veneers or inlays instead of full crowns.
  3. When to use direct composite resin instead of porcelain.
  4. How to design preparations for different materials.

 

Course Information

Date: Thursday, April 7

Time: 8:15-11:15am

Cost: Dentists $68  All Others $28

Most Appropriate for: ALL Attendees

Credit Hours: 3 Clinical Hours

Academy of General Dentistry Code: 783

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