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Learning From Our Mistakes 7 – Webinar Series

Presenter: Dr. Frank Milnar Release Date: 2/9/24
Credits:  1 CEU   Expiration Date: 2/9/27
AGD Subject Code: 780
CE Supporter: Shofu Dental

Part seven of the webinar series "Learning From Our Mistakes" will take you on Dr. Milnar's journey of using pink composite for patient satisfaction and profitability. Gingival recession is a common condition in dental practice. Many patients choose not to undergo surgical grafting procedures due to the associated pain and expense. As a result, dentists often use white composite to restore recession, which can create a visually unpleasing "long tooth" appearance for the patient. Dr. Milnar will share techniques for treating gingival recession with pink (gingival) composite.

During this CE webinar, we will
• Learn about gingival shaded (pink) composite as an esthetic option for treating gingival recession
• Understand why some pink composites are better than others
• Get tips and tricks for restoring with pink composite, prep design, shade selection/blending, adhesion, placement, finishing, and polishing
• Learn how to enhance your practice's perceptions and profitability by offering patients a pink composite restoration   ( disclaimer, bio and commercial disclosure )

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