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Become a Cosmetic Dentist with Composite Resin Veneers

DR. JAVIER QUIROS

 
LEVEL II
AGD SUBJECT CODES:
  254
Class Summary

"I always wanted to give my patients their smiles back.

Initially, I thought my job was to cut teeth and that my lab technician would save face by designing and producing a perfect smile in porcelain. Yet, that didn’t work out too well either and for years I was making white unattractive smiles.

My second attempt was to build incisal edges with composite resin, create more space, make an impression and let the lab tech fabricate a very thin porcelain veneer over my own smile design. Nonetheless, this turned out to be very laborious and expensive.

Third try was the charm. With an direct-indirect technique, a wax up and a mock-up procedure in one appointment, I built incisal edges with micro hybrid composite and ultimately created exquisite composite resin veneers with micro-filled composite.

Today, we produce more than one hundred beautiful composite veneers per month and design dozens of smiles." Dr. Javier Quiros

Take a journey with Dr. Javier Quiros into this wonderful world of Composite Resin Veneers and learn how to create beautiful long lasting smiles.

Class Overview/Schedule

Day 1

  • Lecture:
  1. The anatomy of a smile, from Smile Design to Mock Up
  2. Photography tips and tricks to sell your cosmetic cases
  3. Rubber Dam Isolation and Adhesion
  4. Materials application to create beautiful smiles - From wax up to bonding, step by step recipe to success
  5. The Direct-Indirect technique to maximize the use and longevity of composite veneers
  6. How to accomplish a thin, natural looking veneer with tints and opaquers
  • Hands-on:
  1. The simple - esthetic veneer
  2. The dark tooth dilema


Day 2

  • Lecture:
  1. How to make 8 anterior veneers in one appointment
  2. Create strong and predictable contact points with composite resin
  3. Finish, polish and texture veneers
  4. Functional Occlusion in complex cases, how to: Open vertical dimension with Composite Resin, make Centric Relation records, take Face Bow and esthetic transfers, canine and anterior guide with composite resin, posterior support with Composite Resin
  5. How to present large cases
  6. How long will my cases last?
  7. Maintenance and guarantee of Composite Veneers
  • Hands-on:
  1. Functional Occlusion
  2. Wax up
  3. Large case of Composite Resin Veneers
Upcoming Dates

October 3-4, 2019

Course Fee

$3,295 includes breakfast, lunch and materials

Schedule

Day 1 - 8am to 5pm
Day 2 - 8am to 5pm

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16 CE hours


Contact the CEE

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cee@cosmedent.com

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Dr. JAVIER QUIROS

Javier BioDr. Quiros is a graduate of the University of Costa Rica School of Dentistry, and holds an Advance Education in General Dentistry with a Fellowship in Cosmetic Dentistry, and also concluded a Graduate Prosthodontics Program from the Texas A & M., Baylor College of Dentistry.

He teaches at Odontopolis Dental Training Institute, Costa Rica Dental Association, and also at the Graduate Prosthodontics Department from the University of Costa Rica. He has taught numerous hands-on courses internationally.

Dr Quiros has a successful private practice, in San Jose, Costa Rica, which concentrates in Prosthodontics and Cosmetic Dentistry, Also, Dr. Quiros has taken thousands of Continuing Education hours in different parts of the world.


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