Anterior composite restorations, especially the single central incisor is one of the hardest aesthetic procedures a clinician faces. Whilst much focus is made on polishing and shaping, it is indeed the whole process, from shade matching, preparation, isolation, adhesion and layering that play a much more important role in a long lasting successful restoration.
To understand colour and the effect of dehydration on teeth and how to establish an accurate shade matching process. How to prepare the enamel for ideal bonding and then a putty index classic technique for a simplified layering approach to recreate accurate form and aesthetics.
The candidate will be gain the skills to be able to predictably create an anterior composite restoration, utilising the latest techniques to successfully produce a long lasting aesthetic restorative result.
– Duration: 9.00am – 4.45pm
– Location: Dental Academy, William Beatty Building, Hampshire Terrace, Portsmouth, PO1 2QG
– Start and end dates: 7 June 2019
You’ll be taught by Dr Nikhil Sethi, Dentist and International lecturer in restorative and implant dentistry
Standard Rate: £215
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