2019 Contemporary Implant, Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry Conference
January 25-26, February 8-9, March 8-9 and April 12-13
This Advanced Clinical Esthetic Dentistry Program is designed to provide participating dentists with a combined didactic, laboratory, and live clinical experience in selected cosmetic areas. Practitioners will have the opportunity to use a variety of different materials and techniques in a mentored environment. The topics covered include anterior composite restorations, posterior composite restorations, indirect composite restorations, fiber reinforced bridges, temporization, home and in-office tooth bleaching, bonding, polishing, color, porcelain veneers, and crowns. After the lectures and laboratory experiences, the participants may, in some sessions, advance to the clinic where they will treat patients under the guidance of the program faculty.
The program will provide participating dentists with a thorough, hands-on understanding of specific treatment-centered areas. It is geared to train the practitioner in the evaluation of comparative materials and techniques. After completing this program, the participants should be able to immediately practice the new skills on their own. The participants then have the opportunity to practice the specific techniques in a lab setting. Interested participants may move to the clinical setting, where patients are treated with over-the-shoulder assistance from the instructors. Since esthetic dental materials and techniques are in a constant state of evolution, training will not be limited to a single system or product.
Upon completion of this course, the participants will have:
- Enhanced knowledge and clinical skills in soft and hard tissue grafting techniques.
- An in-depth understanding of adhesive dentistry, techniques, and materials for esthetic restorations.
- Improved skills in fabricating and placing esthetic restorations.
Mail in registration for the Esthetic Conference is due by January 17, 2019
Lisa Crosier (585) 275-5087 or (888) 898-9750