Tooth preparation is the foundation of what we do as restorative dentists. Crowns, minimal reduction veneers, conventional reduction veneers, extensive reduction veneers, veneerlays, onlays, inlays – the design is dictated by the requirements of the material selected and the outcome desired. This workshop provides opportunity to explore, understand, and practice delivering on both of those requirements.
Material requirements provide the guide for creating space, and will be discussed in detail. A step-by-step system of tooth reduction using specially designed diamonds will increase your competence, your confidence, and your efficiency for all of the materials you choose to work with. This is a very “hands-on” workshop in which we discuss the concepts AND do the preps. Bring your magnification and take advantage of seeing more with higher power surgical loupes available for you to try in the exercises. With 28 teeth to practice on, you will return home ready to immediately implement the skills you gained.
- To create preparations based on the desired outcome
- How to use a system of preparation that increases efficiency and accuracy
- To LOVE what you see on the CAD-CAM screen or in your impression
- How to be fluent in the language of materials so you can converse with your technicians
- To look forward to seating restorations because they FIT!
- Preparation design in the 21st century
- Magnification as a tool in perfecting margins
- Instrumentation that guides successful reduction
- Full coverage preparations
- Partial coverage anterior preparations
- Partial Coverage posterior restorations
- Anterior ceramic materials
- Diagnosing and planning for material success
- Clinical case discussions and examples
- Preps - LOTS of preps
22.50 CE Credits|
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