Treatment of the Anterior Fractured Tooth and Posterior, Cervical and Incisal Composites

Summary

CE Hours: 3 Lecture  

Speaker: Robert Marus, DDS, accredited member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry lectures on techniques in cosmetic dentistry, published in national and international  publications  and maintains a private practice in Yardley, PA.

This lecture will demonstrate a simplified method of restoring the fractured maxillary anterior central incisor with composite resin using the intraoral composite mock-up technique. As a result of the latest anomicrohybrid composite technology, dentists can now quickly, easily and predictably treat posterior teeth, cervical (abfraction) lesions and incisal wear with beauty, strength and function beyond patient expectations. This lecture will demonstrate how to place posterior composites quickly and easily so that an aesthetic result with a high success rate and predictable outcome can be achieved.

 LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the treatment modalities and types of cosmetic restorations
  • Know how to quickly treat the classic fractured anterior tooth with a simplified composite layering technique
  • Learn how to place flowable composite in cervical (abfraction) lesions
  • Place sensitivity free posterior composites quickly with sealed sub-gingival margins
  • Quickly fabricate temporary crowns and veneers
  • Have instant orthodontics with composite bonding
  • Learn about no prep and minimal prep porcelain veneers.

 

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
    Suite 200
    Southboro, Massachusetts 01745
    508-480-9797

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