Anterior Composite Artistry Workshop

Direct composite can be a conservative, durable, and beautiful anterior material. Over two days, focus on developing your artistic skills in anterior composites while ensuring you make the best materials choices for long-term patient outcomes. During this quick-moving, two-day event, you will compare total-etch to self-etch techniques and discuss each's risks and benefits. Working alongside our instructor, Dr. Lee Ann Brady, you will gain hands-on experience with the concept of layering for ultimate beauty and color control. Throughout the seminar and workshop, you will work through state-of-the-industry techniques for simplifying direct composite veneers and Class IV restorations.

Course Audience:

Register for Upcoming Sessions

October 28, 2021 8:30 am - October 29, 2021 3:45 pm

Session Location:

University of Minnesota School of Dentistry
Minneapolis Campus

Course Number: CF2916

Enrollment is limited to 30

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Description

Learn How To

  • Assess the benefits and pitfalls of today’s composite materials 
  • Examine dentin and enamel adhesion
  • Layer composites that provide predictable results  
  • Place anterior matrices
  • Finish and polish to achieve maximum esthetic and biological success

Training Methods

Illustrated presentations, discussion, demonstration, simulated laboratory exercises