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Simplifying Adhesion and the Placement of Direct Composite Restorations

Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe Release Date: 4/8/20
Credits:  1 CEU   Reviewed: 2024     Expiration Date: 4/8/27
AGD Subject Code: 250
CE Supporter: Tokuyama Dental America

In this information filled CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss and demonstrate techniques to simplify the adhesion process and placement of direct composite restorations. Traditionally the steps required to create optimal adhesion are numerous and very technique sensitive. Also, composite placement using layering techniques can be tedious and time consuming, yet still yield inconsistent results. Learn how material science has helped to decrease the difficulty of creating clinically excellent composite restorations by saving chair time and increasing consistency in the placement of these “bread and butter” dental restorations.

The objectives of this CE webinar are:
• To show how to simplify technique and increase the level of consistency in the adhesive process
• To demonstrate the use of bulk fill composite materials to decrease layering and increase placement efficiency
• Taking shade “out of the equation” when placing anterior composites
• Finishing and polishing techniques that create natural surface texture and reflection
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