Postponed to Jul 10 and 11

Detailed Information:

BONDED FUNCTIONAL ESTHETIC PROTOTYPES (BFEP”S) and
ANTERIOR and Posterior ETCHED CERAMIC RESTORATIONS (ECR’s)


Services: Conference

location: Toronto

Address: TBD

Tuition: Course only: $399 + tax (early bird, $499 regular) | Course & Hands-on: $1,300 + tax (early bird, $1,550 regular)

Date: جمعه, آوریل 17, 2020, شنبه, آوریل 18, 2020


Bio

Dr. Ed-McLaren

Dr. Edward Mclaren:

  • Retired Professor at the UCLA School of Dentistry.
  • Founder and first Director at the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry.
  • Founder and first Director of the UCLA/LACC Master Ceramist Program.
  • UCLA Dentistry.
  • Formerly Professor at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry.
  • Founder and First Director of the Advanced Dental Esthetics, Restorative, and Biomaterials Program.
  • Founder and First Director of the Master Ceramist and Digital Dentistry Continuing Education Program.
  • Founder and First Director of the Esthetic and Restorative Continuing Education Fellowship.

Date/Time:  April 17: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
(7 CEs, Category 2, Lecture)
April 18: 8:30 am - 5:30pm (Limited Seats)
(10 CEs, Category 2, Hands-on)

AGD Code:  250

 

Program

About

BONDED FUNCTIONAL ESTHETIC PROTOTYPES (BFEP"S) and
ANTERIOR and Posterior ETCHED CERAMIC RESTORATIONS (EC R's)

This Lecture and hands-on course will teach participants the laboratory and clinical steps for implementing BFEP's (bonded functional esthetic prototypes) using a special light cured structural flowable (that can actually be used for semi-permanent restorations) prior to ECR (veneer) preparation to "trial" the smile for increased predictability of case acceptance. The step-by-step process of 2 different types of ECR preparations based on the esthetically driven desired outcome will be demonstrated and completed by the participants.
Participants will learn and complete procedures such as:

• Special clear tray techniques and developing clear matrix's for the BFEP technique.
• Bonded diagnostic Functional Esthetic Prototypes using a special high physical property flowable composite.
• Minimalistic to no-prep situations.
• Preparations for bonded porcelain with a specific emphasis on how to control tooth reduction.
• Preparations to close Diasthema's on one central incisor and peg lateral.
• Sealing Dentin using Universal.
• Defect Driven posterior Onlay.
• Posterior Block-out using structural flowable. Some call this technique "resin coating".
• Adhesive update and Cementation demo.

Main Objectives of Lecture to Learn:

• Treatment planning and case set-up
• The materials and clinical indications for use of conservative (minimal or no preparation) techniques for anterior bonded porcelain restorations.
• Clinical indications for normal and more aggressive porcelain veneer situations where mostly dentin is exposed.
• Clinical situations and materials when a crown is indicated.
• New Glass ceramics: Lithium Disilicates and Zirconia Reinforced Lithium Silicates.
• Layered Zirconia based ceramics- problem solving porcelain chipping.
• Higher "Cubic" Phase Zirconia Monolithic systems.
• State of the art Adhesion, Cements and cementation.

DAY 1 (April 17th - 7 CE Hours, Lecture)

Location: Hilton toronto markham suites conference centre and spa, 8500 Warden Ave, Markham, ON L6G 1A5

This presentation will cover many of the current "hot topics" in current dental ceramics from minimally invasive veneer restorations, to full coverage monolithic ceramic restorations.  The lecture will go into how I design, and plan an esthetic case. It will also clarify the most appropriate clinical situations and restorative requirements of the various ceramic systems from conventional feldspathic glass systems, glass ceramic systems, to solid sintered mono-phase Zirconia based systems, both layered and the used of the newer higher translucent "monolithic" higher CUBIC PHASE zirconia materials.

Clinical and esthetic guidelines for using these ceramic systems will be covered. This presentation will focus on specific clinical indications and contraindications for the use of the various ceramic systems, specifically for no-prep, minimal prep, and normal prep veneers, inlay/onlay, "vonlay (combination of veneer and onlay), and crown clinical indications.

1.  Treatment planning and case set-up

2.  The materials and clinical indications for use of conservative (minimal or  no-preparation) techniques for anterior bonded porcelain restorations.

3.  Clinical indications for normal and more aggressive porcelain veneer situations where mostly dentin is exposed.

4.  Clinical indications, materials, and techniques for Inlays, Onlay's, and Vonlay's

5.  New Glass ceramics: Lithium Disilicates and Zirconia Reinforced Lithium Silicates

6.  Clinical situations and materials when a crown is indicated.

7.  Layered Zirconia based ceramics- problem solving porcelain chipping

8.  Higher "Cubic" Phase Zirconia Monolithic systems.

9.  Digital impressions, Chair Side Cad-Cam, and the DDT "digital dental team" concept

10.  State of the art Adhesion, Cements and cementation

 

This presentation discusses the most effective use of computerized shade taking systems and will present data comparing the efficacy of computerized systems to visual shade taking.

The presentation will cover a broad range of ceramic systems and their application in veneer, inlay, onlay, vonlay and crown. Specifically high strength glass ceramic and solid sintered Zirconia based ceramic systems will be detailed from prep to cementation along with laboratory guidelines to minimize or eliminate the widely discussed porcelain chipping problem. Current cutting edge concepts and issues and research with cements and cementation both adhesive and non-adhesive will be featured.

 

SEMINAR PACKAGE

DAY 2 (April 18th - 10 CE Hours, Hands on Course)

Location: Suite 103, 1440 Don Mills RdNorth York, ON M3B 3M1

BONDED FUNCTIONAL ESTHETIC PROTOTYPES (BFEP"S) and ANTERIOR and Posterior ETCHED CERAMIC RESTORATIONS (ECR's)

This Lecture and hands-on course will teach participants the laboratory and clinical steps for implementing BFEP's (bonded functional esthetic prototypes) using a special light cured structural flowable (that can actually be used for semi-permanent restorations) prior to ECR (veneer) preparation to "trial" the smile for increased predictability of case acceptance. The step-by-step process of 2 different types of ECR preparations based on the esthetically driven desired outcome will be demonstrated and completed by the participants.

Participants will learn and complete procedures such as:

•  Special clear tray techniques and developing clear matrix's for the BFEP technique

•  Bonded diagnostic Functional Esthetic Prototypes using a special high physical property flowable composite

•  Minimalistic to no-prep situations

•  Preparations for bonded porcelain with a specific emphasis on how to control tooth reduction

•  Preparations to close Diasthema's on one central incisor and peg lateral

•  Sealing Dentin using Universal,

•  Defect Driven posterior Onlay

•  Posterior Block-out using structural flowable. Some call this technique "resin coating"

•  Adhesive update and Cementation demo

REGISTRATION

THE SEMINAR HAS TWO OPTIONS FOR REGISTRATION:

Option 1 - Day 1 , Lecture  with 7 CE Credits:

  • $399 + Tax (by March 31st, early bird)
  • $499 + Tax (April 1st - April 17th)

 

Option 2 - Day 1 + Day 2 , Lecture and Hands-on with 17 CE Credits:

  • $1,300 + tax (by March 31st, early bird)
  • $1,550 + tax  (April 1st - April 17th)

Notes:

  • Tuition fee includes seminar and  breakfast and lunch.
  • Day 1: Course
  • Day 2: Hands on
  • Cancellation Policy: 100% refund by March 1st, No refund issued after March 2nd

 

CANCELLATION POLICY:

  • 100% refund by April 10th
  • No refund issued after April 11th

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