Maximizing Anterior Esthetics Virtual Workshop
Participants will create esthetic restorations with an examination of color theory and its practical application in shading and characterization of IPS e.max® CAD restorations produced in a Chairside CAD/CAM System. Finishing techniques in the “blue state” will be covered as well as proper burs and tools to achieve natural looking restorations. Demonstration of efficient techniques for anterior restorations will allow the dentist and staff to fully utilize the potential of IPS e.max® CAD in creating maximum esthetics for a variety of clinical situations.
In this 2-day course, participants will learn techniques for creating natural contours, anatomy and surface texture in the anterior region along with shading and staining techniques to blend with natural dentition and a discussion of the theory of proper block selection.
In this webinar, you will learn more about the following themes:
- IPS e.max® CAD Esthetics and product overview
- Contouring and texturing of anterior restorations
- Block selection and the Shade Navigation App
- Shading and staining of anterior restorations
- Achieving a proper glaze to blend with natural teeth
- Preparing for cementation
Wed, April 14 & Thu, April 15
6:00 – 8:00 PM (EST, New York)
CE Credits: 4 Hours
Virtual Workshop Fee: $299.00 USD
This workshop is only available to participants residing in Canada or the United States. A workshop kit, with the necessary materials, will be shipped out to you prior to the course. The workshop kit contains over $500 USD worth of product.
Gary Osborn, CDT:
Gary Osborn has over 30 years experience as a dental laboratory technician and educator. He received his training as a dental technician in the United States Air Force, Sheppard AFB Texas. Prior to joining Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc., Gary taught Dental Laboratory Technology at the Department of Defense Dental Laboratory School at Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas. In addition, he also worked as a dental product evaluator for the United States Air Force Dental Evaluation and Consultation Service at Great Lakes Naval Station, Illinois. He is currently a Technical Consultant working in the Ivoclar Vivadent Technical Services and Education Department. As a Technical Consultant, Gary’s primary responsibilities include Product Support, Troubleshooting, and Educational courses in the All-Ceramic and Metal Ceramic areas. Gary has given numerous presentations to laboratory groups in the United States and Canada