Efficiency and Predictability with Posterior Composite Resins
One of the most common procedures in a dental practice is a posterior composite resin. It is also not a highly profitable procedure. A dental practice should be highly motivated to be able to successfully perform these procedures in a predictable manner. Today's materials and techniques when used properly can provide your patients with excellent posterior restorations with a high rate of predictability. The program will focus on a review of bonding agents and the proper application, new bulk fill composites, matrix techniques that allow for consistent excellent proximal contacts, and the application of highly esthetic composites to use when the clinical situation calls for an excellent esthetic outcome. The presenter is a Colorado dentist that has always used EDDA's to restore many of the composite restorations in his office. This course is designed to be inclusive of EDDA's in attendance and to help them be more successful with composite resins.
• Discussion on the use of bulk fill and more traditional micro hybrids and the clinical indications of each.
• Review of the current state of bonding agents.
• How to maximize the use of Expanded Duty Dental Assistants in composite resin restorative procedures.