SDAGD Annual Meeting and Using Modern Day Ceramics in Conservative Preparation Techniques: Learn how to Prepare, Temporize and Cement Partial Coverage Restorations
November 15 @ 9:00 am - 4:30 pm
Date: Friday, November 15th, 2019
Time: 8:00 am to 4:30 pm
Speaker: Taiseer Sulaiman, DDS, PhD
Location: Patterson Education Center, San Diego
CE: 3 Lecture units, 3 Participation units (subject code 250)
Tuition: $149 For AGD Members, $ 299 for Non-members, $149 for Military
This course is for Dentists only.
Tuition includes continental breakfast, morning break snacks, lunch, afternoon breaks snacks.
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Lecture: Artistic and Scientific Elements…The Essence of Modern-Day Ceramics
Hands on: Preparation and Cementation Guidelines for Ceramic Partial Coverage Restorations
Are you still preparing full coverage crowns for every restorative case? Learn how to use today’s ceramic materials to prep conservatively and preserve as much tooth structure as possible. At this course, participants will learn the actual science behind ceramic materials and if you’ve always wanted to know how to prepare teeth for onlays or partial crowns, this is the hands on course for you.
In today’s world patients are more judgmental regarding esthetic outcomes, as to their success or failure. The cost of high-noble alloys has spiked, and CADCAM technologies have enabled single day delivery of indirect restorations at a fairly reasonable cost to the dentist. Consequently, these developments influence dentists’ treatment recommendations to their patients. These factors have dictated the increased use of ceramic materials despite the fact that most of these modern ceramic systems do not possess reliable clinically based evidence for their success. It is crucial for the dentist to analyze currently reported clinical trials and systematic reviews, with caution, relative to understanding the limitations of data derived from in-vitro studies before concluding any clinical judgments or making subsequent patient recommendations.
This presentation will analyze ceramic systems in the context of the current scientific evidence-based research. In addition, it will present suggestions for use of specific ceramic systems in specific clinical conditions.
- Define the composition, mechanical and optical properties of modern day ceramic systems.
- Establish criteria for ceramic material selection.
- Discuss clinically based evidence relating to current ceramic systems
- Appraise a new approach that may help identify the success rate of current ceramic systems.
- List cementation criteria to optimize bond strength to the tooth structure.
Hands on exercise objectives:
- Practice ceramic partial coverage restoration preparation of various clinical scenarios.
- Use of bis-acryl temporary material and dual-cure temporary cements for successful temporization.
- Employ the use of adhesive resin cement to successfully bond a lithium disilicate onlay restoration.