Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Excellence in Composite Restorations

March 20 - March 22, 2016
Spear Campus, 7201 E Princess Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85255, United States

Bolster your clinical skills and add new range with this advanced workshop. With the myriad of composite materials available today, creating esthetic “direct” restorations can be easier and more predictable than ever before. You will gain an understanding of the science behind composite materials and create anterior restorations for circumstances you thought beyond the capabilities of composite resin. Increase competency and efficiency in using direct composites as final restorative material.

Topics
– Anatomic layering of composite veneers

– Completing large IV restorations

– Closing diastemas and black triangles

Participants will learn:

The science behind the structural and optical characteristics of composite materials

To confidently differentiate indications for composite resin versus ceramics

To select the appropriate composite material for a specific application

A step-by-step approach to the “intrinsic layering” concept of composite placement

Materials and techniques that create natural tooth characteristics in finishing and polishing

Enamel and dentin bonding concepts

Speakers:
Greggory Kinzer, Dr. Spear Education
Robert Winter, Dr. Spear Education
Gary DeWood, Dr. Spear Education

Fees: $7,000 U.S.
Earn 24 CE credits; Spear is ADA and AGD certified.

For more information, please visit:

Spear Education

7201 E. Princess Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona United States 85032
Phone: 480-588-9074
Toll Free: 866-781-0072
Email: brojek@speareducation.com
Website: http://www.speareducation.com/



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http://www.speareducation.com/workshops/view/id/13



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