How to optimize direct composite restorations
In recent years, composites have become the material of choice for direct restorative procedures amongst patients and dentists. The factors that affect the reliability of a composite restoration are esthetics, tooth, material, adhesive and the operator. As composites and adhesives are becoming more and more reliable, they play a significant part in everyday dentistry. Today, there is a need to improve the efficiency of dental appointments. This includes placing direct composite restorations in an efficient manner without compromising on performance and esthetics.
In this webinar, you will learn more about the following themes:
- Retraction and relative isolation
- Considerations on universal adhesives
- Clinical considerations/differences between universal and bulk-fill composites
- How to manage shrinkage stress
- Adequate polymerization times
- Accessories to help reproduce morphology, surface texture and lustre
Fri, April 30
10:00 - 11:00 AM (CEST, Berlin)
Please check your time zone
CE Credits: 1 Hour
Trainer: Dr Tatiana Repetto-Bauckhage, DDS (Pe), (Es)
Dr Tatiana Repetto-Bauckhage studied dentistry in Lima, Peru. Her postgraduate education in Cologne, Germany, included business management and marketing oriented training (certified manager in public health). She has held the position of Manager Global Education Clinical at Ivoclar Vivadent in Schaan, Liechtenstein, since 2005. In this position, she is responsible for conducting international lectures and practical demonstrations at the company training centres and universities around the world. She works with the latest Ivoclar Vivadent products in the company’s in-house R&D clinic.