|Optimizing Success Through Materials Choice, Proper Diagnosis and Planning|
|Date:||Sunday, October 13, 2013|
|Time:||Registration: 8:30 a.m.
Lecture: 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
|Tuition||$175 DDS / $125 AUX|
|Location:||Loma Linda University School of Dentistry|
|Credit:||7 hours of CDE credit|
|Dr. Hornbrook will discuss various options for your patients relating to aesthetic, metal-free dentistry. Applications including smile design, posterior restorations, fixed bridges, and full mouth rehabilitation will be discussed. Furhter discussion will include updates of dental adhesion, ideal cementations of the new materials, using the new resin cements, and addressing the role function plays in our decidion making. For the past decade, the searchfor invisible, beautiful dentistry has been the goal of both clinicians and manufacturers.
Along with the public's quest for dental aesthetics and a youthful, white smile, as our journey continues, it has also become more difficult as well as confusing. More difficult because our patients are more demanding for perfection and more confusing because of the vast array of new materials and options available to provide this care.
Providing a beautiful aesthetic restoration is the goal, but also these aesthetics must continue functioning long term. It is critical that the dentist be willing to take the steps necessary to truly understand the advantages, disadvantages, indications, and contraindications of these new materials. Without this knowledge, the quality of care delivered will be compromised.
"This truly is the 'PLATINUM AGE' of dentistry and the potential for what we can offer to our patients, both aesthetically and functionally, is more exciting and rewarding than ever." - DSH
|1. Functional Aesthetics: The synergistic relationship between occlusion and aesthetics
Aesthetics drives function
Types of deprogrammers and their role in determining correct bite position
2. Understanding the advantages of the new ceramics ideal for smile design
The goals of smile design
What do we look for when we design the smile?
The dentist is the architect, the ceramist is the builder. Enjoy good laboratory communication!
3. Lasers in Dentistry
Types of lasers available: What should I buy? If I buy a laser, will I use it?
Applications for soft tissue and hard tissue
Designing the smile
Uncovering the implant
Lava C.O.S. (3M)
Cerec Connect (Sirona)
For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (909) 558-4685.