Insufficient restorations: replace or repair?
Insufficient dental restorations require an intervention, which could be less or more invasive. On the one hand, the minimally invasive approach is preferable, but it does not always give a complete overview of the situation. On the other hand, the replacement guarantees that there are no longer any hidden deficiencies; however, the rest of the tooth structure could be weakened. This webinar provides a comparison of both methods with criteria for their selection and gives clear recommendations regarding intraoral repair options for clinical applications.
- Criteria of insufficient restorations
- Repair possibilities and reasons for replacement
- Pretreatment of the existing direct or indirect restoration in need of repair
Tue, Jun 9
4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (CEST, Berlin)
About Dr Anton Lebedenko:
Dr Anton Lebedenko graduated from the Moscow State University for Medicine and Dentistry. In parallel to his postgraduate training, he worked as a researcher at the dental materials department of the same university. In 2003, he published his thesis and received his degree. Until 2011, he worked for Ivoclar Vivadent in Russia. Then he moved to Switzerland and continued his career at the headquarters of Ivoclar Vivadent in Schaan, Liechtenstein, where he holds the position of Manager Global Education clinical at the International Center for Dental Education. He lectures internationally on topics related to dental material science and the latest clinical techniques.