In the ever-changing market of dental aesthetics, dental companies provide us with direct restorative systems that often leave many questions unanswered. This presentation will address various restorative techniques starting with “simple” dental procedures and ending with more complex procedures based on 20 years of clinical experience and scientific evidence.
After completion, you will:
Conduct an effective diagnosis, treatment plan and communicate its objectives to the patient.
- Select the correct bleaching protocol based on patients’ needs and scientific evidence.
- Select restorative material shade predictably.
- Choose the appropriate restorative technique for the case: one opacity, two opacities or various opacities.
- Understand why an infinite bevel is needed and how to prepare one.
- 4 Increments technique for increase predictably.
- Use a finishing and polishing technique that enhances contours and ideal texture.
This course will have 4 hours of intensive conference divided into: Dental photography, dental bleaching, aesthetic and functional bevels, simple and complex anterior restorations using the “4 increments” technique, Mylar pull technique for adequate line angle development, finishing and polishing restorations, questions and answers.
Workshop where participants will learn the technique of layering resin (3 hours). Plastic teeth, dento-forms, putty matrix, hand instruments, burs, finishing kits and composites are needed.
Participants need to bring loupes.
Dr. Mario Romero
Mario Romero, DDS, is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Oral Rehabilitation at The Dental College of Georgia at Augusta University; he received his DDS from the University of Guayaquil (Ecuador) School of
Dentistry in 1995. He completed a two year Advanced Education in General Dentistry Program at the University of Rochester, Eastman Institute for Oral Health where he was granted the Handleman Award for Excellence. n 2016 Dr. Romero was awarded the Augusta University and the American College of Dentists Outstanding Faculty award for his achievements in scholarity, research and service. He has over 30 publications in national and international peer reviewed journals and has lectured extensively on topics
related to direct and indirect restorative dentistry. He maintained a private practice with emphasis in Restorative and Esthetic Dentistry for 15 years prior to joining AU in 2013.