Flowable Composite Resin in a Variety of Clinical Applications Pediatric Dentistry for the General Dentist
|Presenter: Dr. Carla Cohn||Release Date: 6/25/21|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Expiration Date: 6/25/24|
|AGD Subject Code: 430|
|CE Supporter: VOCO America|
Flowable composite resins have long since been used effectively in preventative and restorative pediatric dentistry. But until now their use has been generally limited to sealants and liners. Recent improvements in mechanical properties and availability of different viscosities have changed how we view and use flowable resins. We now have many different flowables with different properties to choose from. Specifically, variations in viscosity lead to different clinical indications. We can now match appropriate viscosity and delivery to appropriate clinical scenario. As a result, flowable resins have a newly increased versatility and usefulness for different restorative situations. This CE webinar will walk through the advantages of different viscosity flowable resins and their indications for use with your pediatric patients. We will study several different clinical cases and choices of material for most effective and efficient use of our materials to best serve our patients.
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