Restorative Dentistry Update
Robert Seghi, DDS, MS
Sarah Mikhail, BDS, MS

Friday, March 31, 2017
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Biomedical Research Tower (OSU Campus)
(7 CE credit hours)

This clinically-orientated lecture will provide an unbiased update on dental materials and restorative techniques.

The presentations are designed to review what we know and what we really don’t know about some of the new materials and techniques that are available. Despite the lack of definitive evidence, modern materials and techniques offer us so many new possibilities that have, at their foundation, the principal of conservation of tooth structure.

This fast paced course will improve your dental practice, your selection of dental materials, and provide information you can use in your office tomorrow!

Learning Objectives:

  • Dental Adhesives: Sticking with the facts!
    • Are they getting better or just easier?
    • Is there a new “gold” standard?
    • Do we need more than one adhesive?
  • Dental Composites
    • Haven they replaced amalgam?
    • “Bulk fill techniques”- Facts and Fictions?
    • Using Composites in high caries risk patients
    • Are composites ideal Buildup material for crown and bridge?
  • Overview of Dental Cements
    • What cements should I use?
    • Do I need more than one cement?
    • Cementation techniques for various restorations
  • Current Concepts on Caries Removal, Bases and Liners:
    • Managing Deep Caries - What are the current trends?
    • Bases and liners - Are they still needed?


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