Program Summary The goal of this course is to provide the dental care provider with a review and critical assessment of many of the materials currently available and under development for use in esthetic restorative dentistry. The course will cover the most recent advances in: - Dentin bonding agents: what are the differences between the many materials and which are the most clinically successful? - Dental composites: how much difference in properties and performance is there between the different types, and what types of improvements can we expect to see in the future? - Light curing: what type of light should you buy and why? - Is there a clinical difference between slow and fast curing? The course will provide an assessment of these materials and devices based on the best available evidence from the existing literature, and will attempt to reconcile the continuing development of these materials and devices with the demands and expectations of the dental practitioner. Throughout the session, the relationship between the properties and characteristics of the materials will be related to their clinical efficacy. Course Objectives Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to: - Compare the composition, application and expectations for different adhesive systems - Identify different composites by composition, properties, and performance - Describe clinical parameters for optimal light curing
Saturday, March 29, 2014 8:00 AM - 4:00 PMEastern Time Zone
Strathcona Anatomy and Dentistry Building3640 University StreetMontreal, Quebec H3A 0C7Canada514-398-4314
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