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THE USC RESTORATIVE DENTISTRY SYMPOSIUM: OPTIONAL HANDS-ON WORKSHOP
 

(Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry of USC)
SUNDAY
October 29,  2017 -   
9:00am-5:00pm
7 Continuing Education Credits

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TESTIMONIALS:

"Dipesh Parmar is one of the rising stars in free-hand composite bonding. Dipesh's clinical skills, clinical photography and teaching techniques are among the best in the profession. Fantastic hands-on workshop with great clinical tips that will help every dentist with their patients."
Dr. Dennis Hartlieb
CB Smile Dental Care, Chicago, USA

"Dipesh demonstrates such extraordinary technique and skill in his work. Not only is the restoration beautiful but the presentation is a well-orchestrated piece of art. A true rising star!"
Dr. Amanda Seay
Southern California, USA

SPECIAL NOTE:

Online registration for this workshop is now closed. Please call 213-821-2127 for more information or to register.

SYNOPSIS:

Todays composite resin materials have the ability to achieve many restorative objectives, which in the past could only be attainable with ceramics. Direct resin bonding is a minimally invasive way of providing beautiful restorations as such techniques enables chair-side control of colour and morphology. The aim of this session is to demonstrate how to reproduce natural anterior dental aesthetics with a man-made material. The approach is a simple step-by-step protocol providing delegates with a real world direct resin alternative for producing outstanding results achievable within a general practice setting.

TOPICS TO BE COVERED:

  • Case assessment and treatment planning for direct anterior restorations
  • Analysis of dental optical properties for reproduction
  • Material science and selection to emulate enamel translucency and dentine opacity
  • Simplified and systematic shade selection protocol
  • Mastering anterior isolation techniques
  • Marginal preparations and substrate treatment
  • Accurate and rapid reproduction of lingual contour and incisal edge form using a silicone index
  • Basic and advanced resin layering techniques
  • Recreation of mamelons, craze lines, internal characterisations and incisal halos
  • When, where and why to use opaquers
  • How to create tight contacts and anatomical emergence profiles
  • Contouring, finishing and polishing restorations to create form, texture and lustre
  • Clinical step-by-step cases illustrating the management of:
    • Class IIIs
    • Class IVs
    • Class Vs
    • Direct resin veneer
    • Peg Lateral
    • Diastema Closure
    • Discoloured anterior tooth
    • Toothwear
  • Hands-on Component
    • Opaquing, finishing and polishing exercise
    • Polychromatic peg-lateral build-up

 

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