This course is designed for practitioners who are interested in improving their knowledge and skills with ceramic restorations. It will explore guidelines that will help you select and understand the materials and protocols which would achieve the best aesthetic and functional outcomes for your patients.
The focus of the programme will be on the implementation of minimal tooth preparation techniques to achieve conservative and biomimetic restorations.
The 2 day programme will be a combination of lectures and hands-on exercises on typhodonts. We will highlight preparation designs, bonding procedures, pitfalls, complications, tips and tricks.
At the end of the course participants will have:
About the presenters
Dr Paul Gorgolis is a general practitioner currently in private practice in Wembley Downs. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. In London, he developed the UK’s first multi-disciplinary general and specialist practice where patients could be comprehensively managed and treated “under one roof”. Dr Gorgolis has also been a lecturer and tutor to final year students at The University of Western Australia and The University of Adelaide.
Dr Asheen Behari is a general practitioner in private practice in Claremont, Perth. Asheen graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1993, subsequently completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Implants at the University of Sydney. Dr Behari is a Clinical Associate lecturer in the Discipline of Oral Rehabilitation at the University of Sydney. He is actively involved in facilitating continuing education programs and in mentoring others. His general practice is focused on restorative and implant dentistry.