This in-your-office, hands-on exercise will teach you to build up peg laterals and large Class III restorations. Direct resin composites are a very important part of any dental practice nowadays. These restorations provide patients with minimally invasive restorations that preserve tooth structure while providing esthetics, longevity and function. The participants will be guided step-by-step through shade selection, tooth preparation, bonding, matrix adaptation, creating proximal contacts, layering, contouring and polishing to conservatively, predictably and successfully build up peg laterals and large Class III preparations utilizing direct resin composite.
Who Should Attend This Course:
General Esthetic Dentists
RRDH (Dental Hygienists with a designation to perform Restorative procedures)
Course Outcomes & Hands-On Learning Objectives
Learn shade selection for resin composites.
Adapt proximal matrices for ideal contour.
Layer resin composite for esthetics.
Achieve proper tooth contour and polishing.
Technique Kit includes:
Anterior Six Tooth model; Allen Key; Matrix Impression Material; Dental Adhesive; Universal Restorative Composite (various shades); Composite blending resin; Diamond Bur F8888; Composite Brush; Composite Instrument; All Surface Access Polishers; Mandrel; Finishing and Polishing Discs; Polishing Wheel; Polishing Paste; Impression mixing tips; Dappen Dish; Microbrush; Benda Brush; Mylar Strips.
Esthetic Peg Lateral & Class III Direct Restorations hands-on Technique Kit included in tuition
Required Materials (not included):
Each participant should have the following items available for the course: Compule Dispenser, Explorer, High Speed Handpiece, Slow Speed Handpiece, Air/Water Syringe, Curing Light, Scalpel #12, Gauze, Alcohol, Football Shape Carbide or Fine Grit Diamond, Diamond Strip, Loupes, Scissors.
Hands-OnLine Technique Kits will be sent the day after registration closes.
The Technique Kit is included in each course’s tuition, and you’ll be using all of the contents during the hands-on component of the course. It is yours to keep after the course concludes.
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