Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Freehand Diastema Closure with Dr. Bob Margeas COURSE CODE: BM102

February 13, 2021

Closing midline diastemas with composite can be a challenge with achieving proper width, marginal staining, gingival emergence profiles and overhangs. Matrix bands can produce long flat contacts and wedges may lead to unsightly black triangles. This live, step-by-by step interactive webinar focuses on Dr. Margeas’s simplified technique that quickly establishes ideal width, proximal contact and contour without removing any tooth structure and requiring minimal finishing. Participants will also learn and perform polishing and surface texturing that will further produce predictably natural-looking long term restorations.

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 how to use the pull-through technique for tight diastema contacts;
Finishing and polishing technique to prevent white lines;
Learn the ideal technique for shade selection.
Course Technique Kit:
Six Tooth Anterior Diastema Closure Model; Matrix Impression Material; Dental Adhesive; Universal Restorative Composite; Composite Blending; Composite Brush; Composite Instrument; All Surface Access Polishers Polishers (Pre-Polisher, Large and Final High Shine Polisher, Large); 1/2” Finishing and Polishing Discs; 1 x Polishing Paste (in unit dose); Dappen Dish; Microbrush; Mylar Strips; 1 x Mandrel; 1 x Composite Sample Pack.

Freehand Diastema Closure hands-on technique kit
Required Materials (not included):
Each participant should have the following items available for the Freehand Diastema Closure course: Slow Speed Handpiece, High Speed Handpiece, Compule Dispenser, Air/Water Syringe, Curing Light, Gauze, Alcohol, Loupes, Fine Football Diamond, Pencil.

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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