Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Mastering the Class II Restoration Instructor: Dr. Marc Geissberger, DDS, MA | Course Code: MG201

April 08, 2021
From the comfort and safety of your OWN OPERATORY!

April 8, 2021
7:00-9:00pm EST

The pursuit of the Class II restoration that mimics the natural tooth in proper form and function remains elusive for many dentists. Post-op sensitivity and loose contacts are generally at the top of the list of these challenges. However, the ability to establish the ideal natural occlusal and marginal ridge anatomy is often overlooked. Most dentists initially establish the occlusal anatomy prior to light curing then spend precious chair time refining it with a high speed bur, making it difficult to replicate the natural tooth and optimal occlusal contacts.

Through this hands-on, live-streamed course, participants will be guided through the technique of producing predictable, beautiful life-like Class II restorations mimicking the natural tooth in every way. In addition to demonstrating how to achieve zero post-op sensitivity and natural proximal contacts every time, this restorative technique produces ideal occlusal anatomy and contacts prior to final light curing!

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 predictably establish ideal proximal contacts
Learn how to create beautiful anatomy that mimics natural teeth
Establish well-sealed and well-bonded restorations.

Course Technique Kit:
Mandibular Quad Model with Class II prep; Sectional Matrix Bands; Dental adhesive 5 ml; Flowable composite, single dose; Restorative composites, single dose; Anterior/Posterior Composite instrument REJ#10; Pre-Molar Ring with dual nickel-titanium wires; Active-Wedges; Diamond burs; All Surface Access Polishers, small; Flexible finishing discs; Microbrush; Dappen dish; Mandrel.

Hands-on technique kit for the Mastering the Class II Restoration with Dr. Marc Geissberger. Included in tuition.
Required Materials (not included):

This course requires the following materials to be available in your operatory and are not supplied in the Hands-OnLine Technique Kit: Sectional Ring Forcep, X-plorer, Curing Light, High speed Handpiece, Slow speed Handpiece, Compule dispenser, Gauze + Alcohol, Cotton plier, Loupes.

Hands-OnLine Technique Kits will be sent the day after registration closes.
The Technique Kit is included in each course’s tuition. You will be using the entire contents of the kit during the hands-on component of the course. The kit is yours to keep after the course concludes.


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