Practical Tips Utilizing Composite Resin in the Everyday Practice

DR. BOB MARGEAS

LEVEL II
AGD CODES
254, 255, 695, 782, 783

 
 
Class Summary

Join Dr. Bob Margeas in this exciting new course that will show you how to create a resin veneer that rivals porcelain. In just 2 days you will learn how to better help your patients that present to your office with wear and tear, but cannot afford full-mouth rehabilitation. This course will guide you through a step-by-step process on how to create composite overlays and bond them to tooth, metal, and porcelain for long-term results.

HANDS-ON OBJECTIVES
  • Create a multi layered composite resin veneer and learn surface texturing to rival porcelain.
  • Use silicone material and a clear PVS to create matrices for easy fabrication of composite restorations to alter vertical dimension
  • Create composite overlays to open vertical dimension or transition cases for full mouth reconstruction.
  • Create an immediate screw retained provisional crown on an anterior implant using bisacryl composite.
  • Fabricate a resin- retained bridge out of composite and a new composite and fiber reinforced material strong enough to last several years.
Upcoming Dates

December 8-9, 2017

Course Fee

$3,995 includes breakfast, lunch and materials

Schedule

Day 1 - 8am to 4pm
Day 2 - 8am to 4pm


16 CE hours


CONTACT AND LOCATION

Location:
401 N. Michigan Ave, Ste. 2500
Chicago, IL 60611

Contact the CEE:
1-800-837-2321
cee@cosmedent.com


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COURSE DESCRIPTION

Learn how to use composite to help patients that present to your office with wear and cannot afford a full-mouth rehabilitation. This course will show you step-by-step how to create composite overlays and bond them to tooth, metal, and porcelain for long term results. This will allow more patients to have comprehensive care.

Learn how easy it is to create implant provisionals following immediate extraction and see how research shows that it preserves the tissue and gingival margin with the best predictability. Key facts will be addressed to determine when to do immediate provisionals. Participants will create an immediate screw retained provisional crown on an anterior implant to support tissue and create an ideal emergence profile.

Learn how to deal with congenitally missing teeth when the esthetic dilemma is presented to your offices. Learn what type of provisional will maintain the space prior to implant placement. Fabricate a resin-retained bridge out of composite and use a fiber reinforced material that will maintain the space and be strong enough to last several years if necessary.

Learn how to do composite veneers that can rival porcelain! Participants will complete a multi-layered restoration that will mimic natural tooth structure in every way.

Dr. bob margeas, D.D.S, F.A.A.C.D

Bob MargeasDr. Bob Margeas received his D.D.S. from the University of Iowa, College of Dentistry in 1986 and completed an A.E.G.D. residency in 1987. He is currently an adjunct professor in the Department of Operative Dentistry at the University of Iowa. Dr. Margeas is board certified by the American Board of Operative Dentistry and is a Fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry. He lectures on esthetic dentistry and has published numerous articles on the subject. Dr. Margeas maintains a private practice with a focus on comprehensive esthetic restorative dentistry in Des Moines, Iowa.


agd Center for Esthetic Excellence (CEE) is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from June 1, 2016 to May 31, 2020. Provider # 208378.
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