Structural Color Gives Life to Restorations
|Presenter: Dr. Newton Fahl||Release Date: 11/1/23|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Expiration Date: 11/1/26|
|AGD Subject Code: 780|
|CE Supporter: Tokuyama Dental America|
Composite resins use pigment-based technology to match the polychromicity of natural teeth. Here, the challenge lies in adequately selecting dentin and enamel shades to mimic the optical characteristics of each layer in a restoration. Unlike other systems, omnichromatic composites are based on the structural color concept whereby a pigment-free, single shade can blend in with the surrounding tooth structure to produce seamless restorations. This CE webinar will discuss how this novel technology can effectively solve different clinical challenges with great esthetic success.
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