Mastering Anterior & Posterior Composite
The program begins with a lecture covering the relevant physical properties required of composites to be used for restoring anterior teeth. The concepts of colour as it relates to tooth shade selection and the inter-relationship with translucency are presented to assist participants in selecting composite systems to use in their practice. The multi-layered approach to restoring anterior teeth with composites of varying opacities is demonstrated together with simplified techniques for build-up, finishing and polishing. Participants will then have the opportunity to restore typodont teeth utilising a multi-shaded, aesthetic composite system and practice using the layering techniques presented.
What you will learn:• Advances in composite technology for improved aesthetics.
Day 2 : POSTERIOR COMPOSITES
What you will learn:
• How the cavity position and design affects the prognosis of the restoration
• What makes posterior teeth potentially sensitive, and how to avoid this.
• The advantages (if any) of switching to self-etching dentine bonding systems
• The use of Liners and Bases in the age of Adhesive Dentistry
• Which composites are best suited to posterior applications
• Techniques for perfect (tight) interproximal contact points.
• Simple layering techniques to achieve outstanding aesthetics.
• Instrumentation for posterior composites
• Finishing and polishing procedures.
3 h. of Hands on Class IV & Veneer .
3 h. of Hands on ,Class II and MOD
Working on patients : 2 patients each participant