FULLY BOOKED To Prep or Not to Prep PLUS Ultimate Aesthetics (Double Course)
202022feb(feb 22)8:15 am23(feb 23)5:00 pmFULLY BOOKED To Prep or Not to Prep PLUS Ultimate Aesthetics (Double Course)Facilitated by Dr Clarence Tam8:15 am - 5:00 pm (23)(GMT+11:00) View in my time Event Organized ByADA WADisciplineGeneral RestorativeFormatHands-on
Saturday: To Prep or Not to Prep – Predictable, Minimally-Invasive Guidelines for Modern Direct and Indirect Restorations Course Outline: The ability for the modern clinician to decipher and distinguish which materials will
To Prep or Not to Prep – Predictable, Minimally-Invasive
Guidelines for Modern Direct and Indirect Restorations
The ability for the modern clinician to decipher and distinguish which materials will work best in a given situation is often driven by a balance between cost and residual tooth structure. Using the science, how can we design the direct restoration to withstand masticatory pressures without subjecting it to premature failure? How can we achieve this with reduction of the minimal amount of tooth structure? Is less reduction better or worse? Is minimally-invasive dentistry just a table top restoration with a bonded porcelain onlay on top? Not always. When do we actually need to crown a tooth? What risks are we taking? Join us as we take a candid journey through various clinical situations that will reinforce what to do when you encounter a decision bump in the road. This lecture will enable snap-judgement diagnosis of a myriad of clinical situations ranging from veneers to onlays, and allow an opportunity for you to practice various preparations ahead of Monday morning.
- The difference between adhesively-retained and cohesively-retained restorations.
- The point to transition an adhesively-retained restoration to a cohesively-retained restoration.
- Various preparation designs pertaining to different presenting clinical situations.
- Practice modern preparations and learn how to dial in the occlusion to minimise post-operative complications.
Ultimate Aesthetics in Class IV and
Composite Veneer Situations
The modern management and conservative treatment of dental traumatic injuries is a skill underpinned by the clinician’s knowledge and skill at placing well-sealed, biomimetic, invisible resin restorations. The concept of responsible aesthetics is echoed in this course through a review of preparation design through to occlusal control for long- lasting performance. This course will progress from restoration of a Class IV using a stratified approach through to the placement of composite veneers with maverick effects in the afternoon. There will be an opportunity for delegates to learn how to mask a dark tooth during the course of placing a composite veneer.
- Occlusal Design
- Posterior Layering Fundamentals
- Guided and freehand lingual shelf reconstruction of complex direct restorations
- Staining techniques
- Shading techniques
- Finishing and Polishing techniques
- Advanced anatomy and maverick effects
- How to assess and where to prepare to maximize adhesive longevity and aesthetic outcome in both Class IV and composite veneer
- Understand the concept behind creating custom shade tabs and the shade button technique.
- Learn two methods to block out and neutralize a dark tooth in composite veneer
- Learn both putty-matrix guided and Lylar-freehand techniques in building aesthetic
- Work with the various shade recipes to predictably reflect persons of varying
- Discover how and where to incorporate tinting to create maverick effects in the final direct
- Review contouring protocols to achieve primary, secondary and tertiary anatomy before finishing and polishing to
Change how you see and execute each anterior case, sharpen your senses, and infuse your personality and emotion into each case.
Speakers for this event
Dr Clarence Tam
Dr Clarence Tam
HBSc, DDS, AAACD, FIADFE
Dr Clarence Tam is originally from Toronto, Canada, where she completed her Doctor of Dental Surgery and General Practice Residency at the University of Western Ontario and the University of Toronto, respectively.
Clarence’s practice is limited to cosmetic and restorative dentistry. She is well-published to both the local and international dental press, writing articles, reviewing and developing prototype products and techniques in clinical dentistry. She frequently and continually lectures internationally.
Clarence is the Chairperson and Director of the New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. She is currently one of only two individuals in Australasia to hold Board-Certified Accredited Member Status with the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. Clarence is a Key Opinion Leader for multinational dental companies Kuraray Noritake, J Morita Corp, Hu-Friedy, Henry Schein, Ivoclar Vivadent, DentsplySirona, Kerr, GC Australasia, SDI, Coltene
HBSc, DDS, AAACD, FIADFE
22 (Saturday) 8:15 am - 23 (Sunday) 5:00 pm AWST(GMT+11:00) View in my time
$2614 – $3921