Old Dogs, New Tricks: Utilizing Restorative Materials in a Modern Dental Practice

Summary

CE Hours:  3 Lecture

Speaker: Miles R. Cone, DMD, CDT, assistant clinical professor, University of New England College of Dental Medicine and maintains a private practice in Portland, Maine

Financial Disclosure: Miles R. Cone, DMD, CDT receives speaker fees from GC America

Today’s clinician faces a seemingly endless array of product choices for treatments ranging from fixed crown and bridge and implant therapy to standard removable prosthetics such as conventional complete dentures. This course showcases the key steps through each stage of various treatments.

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the steps involved in the delivery of implant and fixed prosthetic restorations

  • Review diagnosis and treatment planning, laboratory communication, tooth preparation, final impression, provisionalization, and cementation protocols for restorative materials such as lithium disilicate and zirconia

  • Analyze the seven-appointment timeline for the fabrication and delivery of complete dentures  

  • Apply fundamental principles, new concepts, and clinical pearls for fixed and removable treatments

Recommended Audience: Dentist

The GC America grant has been applied to this program


Class is subject to cancellation if enrollment is not met. Call 800.342.8747 ext. 250 for information on cancellations due to inclement weather. Free cancellation up to 10 days prior to course date  

     

  • Where

  • Massachusetts Dental Society
    Two Willow Street
    Southborough, Massachusetts 01745
    508-480-9797

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