Pushing the envelope – using composite to restore teeth that I should proably extract
Speaker: James Baker
Date: April 24, 2020
Room: Speaker room 2
The aim of this session is to explore the limit of what composite materials can do as an alternative of to amalgam restorations, crowns and posts. By the end of the session learners will know how predictably restore teeth with extensive loss of tissue using modern composite resin materials. This sessions is suitable for practitioners of all experience levels but would be of particularly use to those currently placing direct posterior composite restorations
- Provide a concise update on the available materials and methods to provide predictable extensive composite resin restorations.
- Demonstrate the precise clinical techniques required to provide predictable extensive composite resin restorations.
By the end of this session participants should be able to:
- Describe the modern composite materials and techniques available to restore extensively destroyed anterior and posterior teeth, run many situations replacing the use of amalgam, and indirect restorations.
- Formulate appropriate treatment plans for patients in need of large posterior and anterior restorations.
- Have a clear insight into how to construct high quality direct composite restorations in a logical, stepwise process.
eCPD development outcomes
C – Maintenance and development of knowledge and skill within your field of practice.
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