Esthetic Dentistry Conference
2018 Contemporary Implant, Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry
Jan. 26-27, Feb. 9-10, March 9-10, April 127-28 2018
Full program details: Conference Brochure 2018
Jan. 26-27 - Dr. Georgios Romanos – Achieving Long-Term Success in Implant Dentistry Through the Management of Soft and Hard Tissue Complications
Feb 9-10 - Dr. George Tysowsky- Fiber-Reinforced Bridges, Bleaching: In-office, Home or OTC. Update on Adhesive Dentistry and Future of Porcelain Materials, Best Techniques for Cementation of Crowns, Veneers and Fiber Posts
Feb 9-10 - Dr. Hans Malmstrom - Fiber-Reinforced Bridges, Bleaching: In-office, Home or OTC. Update on Adhesive Dentistry and Future of Por-celain Materials, Best Techniques for Cementation of Crowns, Veneers and Fiber Posts
March 9 - Dr. Mario Romero – Advanced Direct Restorative Procedures. Biomaterials and Techniques.
March 10 - Dr. Dipesh Parmar - Advanced Direct Restorative Procedures. Biomaterials and Techniques
April 27-28 - Dr. Nasser Barghi - Everything You Need to Know About Porcelain Veneers, Crowns and Color
For more information, contact Lisa Crosier at 585.275.5087; Fax - 585.273.1235 or email
Conference Brochure Jan. 27-28 - Dr. Georgios Romanos - Current Concepts in Implant Dentistry: Predictable Surgical Techniques for Soft and Hard Tissue Augmentation in the Esthetic Zone
Feb 10-11 - Dr. George Tysowsky- Future of Porcelain, Best Techniques for Cementation of Crowns, Veneers and Fiber Posts
Feb 10 - 11 - Dr. Hans Malmstrom - Fiber Reinforced Bridges, Bleaching: In-office, Home or OTC; Update on Adhesive Dentistry
March 3 - Dr. Brian LeSage - A Day Full of Bonding in the Anterior Zone
March 4 - Dr. Alan Atlas - Fractures, Failures, and Solutions: Etiologies of failure for adhesive restorations and guidelines for successful outcomes
March 31 - April 1 - Dr. Nasser Barghi - Porcelain Veneers from Start to Finish: Lecture, Lab Exercise and Patient Demos
2016 Esthetic, Implants, Restorative Dentistry Conferences
This Advanced Clinical Esthetic Dentistry Program will provide dentists with a combined didactic, lab, and live clinical experience in selected cosmetic areas. Participants will use a variety of different materials and techniques in a mentored environment. Participants will also have an opportunity in a lab hands-on experience placing implants as well as bone grafts with barriers. Topics include advanced implants, 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 lab, participants may, in some sessions, advance to the clinic where they will treat patients under the guidance of the program faculty.
For more information about conference details , refer to the conference brochure.