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LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE: Catch the Composite Wave: and Surf Its Potential!

DR. BUD MOPPER & DR. DENNIS HARTLIEB


April 29-30, 2021
 
 
 
 
 

CHOOSE YOUR REGISTRATION OPTION

  1. VIRTUAL COURSE & HANDS-ON MATERIALS KIT 
$1,900 $1,500- Register before April 15 and receive a FREE materials bundle. Pactice alongside Dr.Mopper  using the same model and materials. Includes 3-week access to a recording of the live sessions.

 
 
  1. VIRTUAL COURSE ONLY
$1,500  - Attend Dr. Bud Mopper's virtual course and  receive 3-week access to a recording of the live sessions. 

Class Summary

Composite resin is the most versatile and important material in the restorative dentists’ armamentarium. Direct resin bonding is unique in our field in that the dentist has complete control in the design, color, contour, translucency and polish of the definitive restoration. No longer does the dentist need to solely rely on the expertise of the laboratory technician to create esthetic restorations. Ride the wave and learn the materials necessary for anterior direct resin bonding and the proper techniques to create beautiful, life-like restorations.

Class Overview/Schedule

SCHEDULE DAY 1:

PRESENTATION:
This two-day program will begin with one of the most challenging techniques in cosmetic dentistry – the repair of a large Class IV fracture that is seamless and blends with the other teeth in the arch. In this presentation, beveling, layering, contouring and polishing techniques will be shared to create completely invisible composite restorations that blend with the contralateral central incisor.

HANDS-ON EXERCISE: Class IV Composte Restoration

  1. Fabrication of an incisal putty matrix
  2. Bevel design – truth in real world dentistry
  3. Material selection for layering success
  4. Opaquing to hide the fracture zone
  5. Contouring and polishing for seamless transitions from composite to tooth structure

 

SCHEDULE DAY 2:

PRESENTATION:
In the morning presentation, we will review case selection for resin vs porcelain veneers. Minimally invasive preparation concepts will be described in detail for composite veneers. Layering with Nanofills, Opaquers, Tints and Microfills will be demonstrated to help the participants understand the steps involved in creating beautiful, naturally esthetic composite veneers.

HANDS-ON EXERCISE: Full Resin Veneer

  1. Minimally invasion preparation design for composite veneers
  2. Layering for strength and esthetics
  3. Creating life-like effects utilizing tints
  4. Surface contour and texturization for natural esthetics
Upcoming Dates

April 29-30, 2021

Course Fee

$1,900  $1,500 -  Register before April 15 and receive a FREE materials Kit.  (Includes Materials Bundle & Live Presentation).

$1500 - Live course only  
 

Schedule

Day 1 - 9m - 1pm CST
Day 2 - 9am - 1pm CST
 

8 CE hours

AGD Codes: 010, 130, 180, 250, 610, and 780
 

CONTACT THE CEE


1-800-837-2321
cee@cosmedent.com


 

Dr. BUD MOPPER, D.D.S, F.A.A.C.D

drmopper2Dr. Bud Mopper is in private practice in Glenview, Illinois, where he has been doing minimally invasive dentistry with composite for almost 40 years. He is an internationally renowned lecturer in esthetic dentistry with an emphasis on composite bonding using direct application techniques. He co-authored, A Complete Guide to Dental Bonding, which was the first definitive book for the dental profession describing bonding techniques. He is a member of the Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, Diplomat of the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry, and Fellow of the American College of Dentistry. He teaches direct resin bonding on a continuing education level at many major universities including the University of Iowa and the University of Illinois.

Dr. Dennis Hartlieb, D.D.S, F.A.A.C.D

Dennis Profile Pic  JPEGDr. Dennis Hartlieb is a graduate of the University of Michigan School of Dentistry. He maintains a full time practice, Chicago Beautiful Smiles,  in the Chicago suburb of Glenview, Illinois. Dr. Hartlieb is an instructor at the Center for Esthetic Excellence in Chicago and is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the Marquette University School of Dentistry in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He lectures extensively to dentists throughout the US on the art and science of anterior and posterior direct resin techniques. Dr. Hartlieb is an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is also a member of the prestigious American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, and the American Dental Association. He is the president of the Chicago Academy of Interdisciplinary Dentofacial Therapy, and officer for the Chicago Academy of Dental Research study club. His dentistry has been seen in many dental publications and he has contributed articles on his techniques in restorative dentistry.


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