DAY 2                    Friday, January 31, 2020                                           8:00am – 10:00am
Dr. Daniele Larose
"Finishing Your Clear Aligner Cases To Perfection "

With the introduction of clear aligners for adults being offered in most general practices today we are seeing the need to repair years of wear due to malocclusion. Black triangles, worn incisal edges and missing canine guidances are easily restored with beautiful and easy composite layering and injection molding techniques.

What You Will Learn:
. Enhance your knowledge in recognizing symptoms of malocclusion in order to create realistic expectations for your patients
. Insights about treatment planning and case presentation
. An overview of how your clear aligner cases need to be set up in order to restore years of traumatic occlusion with little or no prep
. Gain knowledge about the frequent types of restorations required after adult orthodontic/traumatic occlusion cases
. Step-by-step techniques for post orthodontic restorations: the amazing 3-layer class IV, the BioClear technique, and the everyday canine function
. Understand the etiologies of wear
. Create composite overlays to stage cases
. How to alter vertical dimension
. Create long term bonding
. The use of prototypes to test the new occlusion

Who Should Attend:
This course is geared toward the general practitioner/hygienist who wishes to learn more about malocclusion, the cause of many dental symptoms, how to restore years of traumatic occlusion and manage patient expectations about the longevity of dental restorations.

DAY 2                    Friday, January 31, 2020                                         10:30am – 12:30pm
Dr. Chad Duplantis
"Indirect Dentistry 2020: The Clinician's Guide To Predictable Outcomes"

The materials of dentistry are changing at a rapid pace, and it is sometimes hard to maintain pace with the changes. This clinical update will look at the most commonly used materials in dentistry, and how they can benefit our practice. Clinician’s need to understand that all materials are not developed or fabricated the same way, nor should we treat them all the same in the clinical setting.

What You Will Learn:
. Learn the science behind the three most commonly used materials in dentistry today: zirconia, glass ceramics, and hybrid ceramics
. Understand the appropriate prep designs to ensure clinical success of the aforementioned materials
. Gain confidence in impressing and prescribing these materials
. Learn the appropriate way to handle when received from the laboratory, what your cementation options are, and how to properly polish for predictable outcomes

Who Should Attend:
This lecture is for the clinician and his team who would like to have a better understanding of how to impress, prescribe, and handle these modern day materials.



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