In the full day lecture Clarence will cover two topics.
Direct anterior restorations play a key part in any modern restorative practice. Learn the ‘why’, ‘when’ and ‘how to’ behind predictability from both an aesthetic and functional standpoint when using direct resin to reconstruct anterior teeth. Topics ranging from incisor hypomineralization, masking a dark tooth to tried and true modalities for building invisible Class IV and composite veneer restorations will be reviewed.
This presentation focuses on how to establish an outline form as the first step in rebuilding multi’surface, complex posterior dental anatomy, highlighting various techniques to demonstrate lobe morphology, placement and integration with adjacent anatomy to achieve a naturomimetic result, when and how much to stain for depth and character. Treatment sequencing and familiarisation with the materials and modern techniques used for Transitional Bonding in complex reconstruction cases will also be discussed.