The universal applicability of resin-based composites in every day practice has revolutionized restorative dentistry. Composites are now the number one choice for restoring both anterior and posterior teeth.
Despite their universal use, research shows that not all factors critically affecting restoration longevity are fully understood and adhered to in daily practice. Beautifully created restorations should last. This course answers general dentists' dilemmas in a Q&A fashion, starting from a list of questions often asked at dental events and on social media and providing evidence-based answers stemming from rigorous peer-reviewed basic and clinical studies. The practical side covers shade selection, anterior and posterior layering, and several techniques for anterior and posterior restoration that save time and improve performance.
|Course Structure:||Lectures and hands-on workshop|
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Vesna Miletic, DDS, MSc, PGCertMedEd, PhD