From: 9:00 AM Wednesday, 24 July, 2019
Registration opens at 8:30 AM
To: 5:00 PM Wednesday, 24 July, 2019
TOTAL CPD AVAILABLE FOR THIS EVENT: 6.5 HOURS
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During the past few years, the importance of esthetic restorations in dentistry has risen sharply. This has led to an increased demand for all-ceramic restorations. Thanks to the use of modern materials, such as lithium disilicate ceramics and zirconium dioxide, new esthetic treatment options are now being offered in the production of true-to-nature restorations.
In this workshop, tooth 26 will be prepared for both an all-ceramic partial crown restoration and an occlusal veneer; tooth 21 will be prepared for a veneer and for an all-ceramic crown. Each course participant will manufacture the temporary restorations and finally cement them using the adhesive technique.
The focus of this workshop is the controlled anatomical reduction of tooth structure, the importance and perfection of the provisional restorations as well as the appropriate adhesive incorporation of all-ceramic restorations.
Detailed step-by-step work instructions which form the basis for the successful implementation and integration of the presented restorative techniques into the daily practice routine will be discussed.
Clinical procedure for all-ceramic restorations
Fabrication of provisionals with silicone keys
Isolation of working area
Adhesive cementation technique
Tips and Tricks
What to bring
Participants are required to bring their loupes and headlights
Late cancellation fee applies. Fees will be fully refundable if registrant cancels 30 days or more prior to the lecture.
50% refund will be given for cancellations between 14 and 30 days prior to the lecture.
No refunds will be given if cancellation is received with less than 14 days' notice.
Please note that your place is NOT confirmed until full payment received and confirmation sent. Please do not book flights or accommodation until confirmation is received.