Direct veneers, cusp coverage, wear cases and colour matching. Simplification for restoring complex cases
Hands-on Trainings
13-14 Jan 2023 CAPP Training Institute | Dubai | UAE Area of interest: General Dentistry, Cosmetic Dentistry, Prosthodontics, Restorative Dentistry

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Face-to-Face Training | CAPP Training Institute Dubai (full day)

Abstract

Restoring complex cases can be very challenging for most clinicians in their daily practice.

Traditional layering techniques for restoring anterior class IV restorations and peg laterals require training and skills together with long clinic times. The restoration of posteriors with deep cavities and fragile cusps requires experience and technique when planning cusp coverage in order to have higher longevity of the restorations and avoid premature failures.

And finally, restoring pathological tooth wear with free-hand direct restorations may require precision and planning as this technique often gives unpredictable results with possible re-works and unhappy patients.

The aim of this course is to present a detailed series of easy and predictable techniques for anterior and posterior restorations that will enable clinicians to create first-class aesthetics direct restorations but in a quicker and more affordable way. Together with a simplified polishing technique and a detailed surface characterization you can achieve the perfect reflection of the light for restorations as aesthetic as indirect ones an with a reduced and cost-efficient inventory.

Dr. Moretto will provide a logical, simplified, detailed and practical approach to rebuild different anterior and posterior cavities using direct composite resin restorations.

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to create highly esthetic anterior and posterior restorations on easy and predictable way
  • Fundamentals of colours
  • Optimalization of shade selection
  • Selection of appropriate resin composite for each cavity design and which features they should have
  • Treatment of wear cases
  • Detailed step by step for cusp reduction and optimized restoration for big cavities with fragile walls
  • Clinical cases detailing the entire procedure for different anterior restorations
  • Clinical cases detailing the entire procedure for different posterior restorations

Agenda Day 1

9:00 – 10:30
Lecture:
Restoring wear cases on a daily practice on an easy and predictable way.
Concept – The use of a transparent silicone material and an injectable resin composite with high flexural strength and wear resistance make it possible to translate a diagnostic wax-up into composite restorations with high strength and gloss.
Direct veneers with high aesthetics in few steps. Step-by-step technique and clinical tips.
10:30 – 11:00
Coffee break
11:00 – 13:00
Demo & hands-on:
IMT Anterior: Different techniques to achieve the best result with fast and simple steps for a veneer:
  • Conventional Injection Moulding Technique
  • Finishing and Polishing
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch
14:00 – 15:30
Demo & hands-on:
IMT Anterior: Different techniques to achieve the best result with fast and simple steps for a veneer:
  • Combination Injection Moulding Technique + Layering (enhancing your aesthetics)
15:30 – 16:00
Coffee break
16:00 – 17:30
Demo & hands-on:
IMT Posterior:

  • The alternated technique – restoration of a quadrant


Agenda Day 2

9:00 – 10:30
Lecture:
Colour perception for recreating natural-looking on anterior direct restorations:
  • Overview on fundamentals of colour and how to master the luminosity of the composite for a colour-live restoration
10:30 – 11:00
Coffee break
11:00 – 13:00
Demo & hands-on:
Class IV:
  • Restauration of a big Class IV cavity: Bevel design, mock-up, correct thickness and length of each layers.
  • Micro and macro surface characterization
  • Finishing and Polishing
Direct veneer on discolored teeth:
  • How to mask a discoloration: How to bring a tooth back to life with a simplified layering technique with a high-end result.
13:00 – 14:00
Lunch
14:00 – 15:30
Demo & hands-on:
Overlay: How to make a cusp reconstruction on a practical way
  • Restauration of a big Class II cavity with a cusp coverage
  • The use a glass-reinforced composite to reinforce fragile teeth
  • The use of a silicone key for cusp reconstruction
15:30 – 16:00
Coffee break
16:00 – 17:30
Demo & hands-on:
Class I: How to achieve first-class class I aesthetic restorations with a reduced inventory and simplified polishing with a time and cost-efficient material:
  • Restauration of a Class I cavity with the brushing technique
  • Chameleon effect: 1 shade matching 4 different V-shades
17:30
Final discussion and end of the programme

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