Preparing teeth – many teeth – is the three-day exercise of the Restorative Design workshop. 28 teeth give you the experience of multiple preps for multiple materials and designs. Crowns, minimal-conventional-and extensive-reduction veneers, veneerlays, inlays, onlays – each has unique requirements. Learn how to know if you should extend your margins to the lingual, place them just facial to the contact or carry them lingual to the contact. Discuss the concepts and DO the preps.
This is the course that you don’t have to take home to start using. It will have IMMEDIATE impact on what you do every day.
– Prep design in the 21st century
– Magnification as a tool in perfecting margins
– Instrumentation that guides successful reduction
– Full coverage preparations
– Partial coverage anterior preparations
– Partial Coverage posterior restorations
– Anterior ceramic materials
– Diagnosing and planning for material success
– Clinical case discussions and examples
– Preps – LOTS of preps
Participants will learn:
To create preparations based on the outcome desired
How to use a system of preparation that increases efficiency and accuracy
To LOVE what you see on the CAD-CAM screen or in your impression
How to be fluent in the language of materials so you can converse with your technicians
To look forward to seating restorations because they FIT!
Robert Winter, Dr. Spear Education
Gary DeWood, Dr. Spear Education
Fees: $5,495 U.S.
– Earn 24 CE credits; Spear is ADA and AGD certified.
For more information, please visit:
7201 E. Princess Boulevard, Scottsdale, Arizona United States 85032
Toll Free: 866-781-0072
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