Advanced Layering with Composites Part II: Class IV and III Restorations – FREE Virtual Course

Advanced Layering with Composites, Part II: Class IV and Class III Restorations: Why Can They Be So Unpredictable?

Course Description

Following Part I, Part II will help clinicians understand difficult direct restorations, such as Class IVs and Class IIIs, in order to treat them more efficiently. The optical phenomena of light interaction between the margin of dental enamel and composite will be thoroughly explained, allowing clinicians to prevent and treat the dreaded glass effect among other problems usually faced in that region. In addition, an overview of secondary optical phenomena, such as opalescence and fluorescence and the importance they play in the esthetic zone, will be discussed.


Dr. Beolchi graduated in Dentistry by the University of São Paulo (Brazil), in the year 2000. He has his Private Practice since 2001, working mainly in Esthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry. In 2009 he received his Master’s Degree in Biomaterials, by the Institute of Energetic and Nuclear Research, also from the University of São Paulo. He is a teacher responsible for courses of Esthetic Dentistry with Direct Composites in National and International Institutes, a coordinator of the Operative Dentistry Course in FACOP, Sorocaba, Brazil and also at the Union Health Academy, in São Paulo, Brazil.  Dr. Beolchi has several articles written in English, Spanish and Portuguese about the topics of Direct Esthetic Restorations with Composites and Photocuring. He authored four book chapters on the fields of Lightcuring and Restorative Dentistry. He is an Associate Researcher of the Operative Dentistry Department of the Universidade de São Paulo, a collaborator to other Teaching Institutions, both nationally and internationally, and a consultant on products and materials for the Dental Industry.

Published July 24, 2020. Credit valid for three (3) years from Published date.


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