Artistic Anterior Restorations
A Hands-On Approach to Successful Anterior Restorations that are Far Beyond the Ordinary

Rafat Amer, BDS, MS

Friday, December 7, 2018  
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Postle Hall, OSU Campus
(8 CE credit hours)


    Asthetic pic 

This advanced course in anterior composites will introduce participants to the theory and practical implementation of successful anterior restorations. Through a series of lectures, videos and hands-on exercises, participants will learn step-by-step protocols for creating beautiful, natural-looking direct composite restorations.

Register for one or both presentations
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8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (4 CE Credits)
Artistic Anterior Restorations: Diastema Closures

  • Principles of Smile Design concepts and treatment planning an esthetic case
  • A predictable technique for diastema closure using direct composites
  • Tips & tricks that help achieve ideal contacts on anterior restorations, every time
  • A protocol for contouring, finishing and polishing a restoration to natural tooth features 

 1:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m. (4 CE Credits)
Artistic Anterior Restorations: Polychromatic Layered Composite Restorations 

  • The visual interaction between enamel and dentin in nature for predictable shade matching
  • The four dimensions for matching color; hue, chroma, value and translucency
  • How to layer the composite resin to achieve a natural, life like restoration
  • How to use the lingual matrix for layering polychromatic restorations
  • Techniques for incisal translucency, opalescence, color selection and replicating the natural morphology

We would like to thank Kavo Kerr for providing supplies in support of this continuing education course.


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