How Long Should Your Composite Restoration Last?
Virtual Classroom
28 Nov 2020, 14:00 - 18:00 Online Event Area of interest: Cosmetic Dentistry, Restorative Dentistry

Learning Objectives

  • Review changes in adhesion and lightcuring: new keys for short and long term success
  • Master a new perspective for the use of different kinds of lights in dentistry
  • Reduce clinical stress by improving case predictability
  • Updates on techniques and materials for today’s dentistry

Lecture Topics

  • MPa - how strong our adhesives are (or should be?)
  • MDP and other phosphate monomers - real importance
  • LED in dentistry: what is a proper curing
  • Power and collimation: seems difficult, it is not!
  • Different wavelengths and beam homogeneity

Abstract

There are several new techniques, materials and devices in dentistry, and in order for us to keep up the pace, it is paramount for today’s professionals to be updated on what is possible to perform nowadays.

What this course proposes is to facilitate the understanding of important and fundamental topics regarding longevity and stability of our composite restorations.

With such understanding, new treatment options will unfold. It will be easier for professionals to treat cases with much more tranquility, diminishing post op sensitivity, and at the same time, increasing longevity with confidence.

Download the brochure here: 28.11.2020_Dr Rafael Beolchi_Brochure.pdf