Easy Composite Techniques to Make Your Clear Aligner Cases Finish Flawlessly


Class Summary

With the objective of finishing and/or improving the aesthetics of your clear aligner ortho cases:

  • Learn how to close black triangles efficiently without overhang with the Bioclear matrix method
  • Ensure long term canine function
  • Repair chipped and worn teeth with quick and flawless class IV restorations


Class Overview/Schedule

Day 1

  • Lecture:
  1. Gain knowledge about the different types of composites (nano/ microhybrid/ microfill)
  2. Learn about shade and color development
  3. The best tricks for flawless characterization
  4. Learn the Bioclear matrix method to close black triangles adequately
  5. Learn to ensure long term canine function with quick resin techniques
  6. How to make your cases shine with easy class IV composites
  • Workshop
  1.   Closing black triangles using the Bioclear matrix method


  • Workshop
  1. Class IV Restoration
Upcoming Dates

November 17, 2017

Course Fee

$1,495 includes breakfast, lunch and materials


Day 1 - 8am to 4pm

8 CE hours


Daniele Larose Profile WebBased in St-Laurent, Quebec, Canada, Dr. Daniele Larose's private practice focuses on conservative cosmetic and reconstructive dentistry. She uses clear aligners to make her cases even more conservative. She works in close relationship with master technicians for her rehabilitation and cosmetic cases. For her, mastering composite artistry is also a must to excel as an esthetic dentist. Years of daily sculpting with composite materials have enabled her to develop her "How did you do that? - instant ortho" and "smile lift" techniques. Often, such cases cannot be achieved conservatively using only porcelain. That is why Dr. Larose regularly utilizes porcelain and composites in her cases in order to protect and embellish her patients' smiles.

Dr. Larose attended Montreal University (1997) the Dawson Institute and the Las Vegas Institute for Advanced Dental Training. For the past ten years she has been receiving great reviews teaching full-day hands-on classes devoted to direct anterior composite resin techniques in Canada, U.S.A and abroad. She was also a featured speaker at the 2010 Women's Dental Conference, a clinical instructor at the 2011 AACD meeting and a speaker at the 2012 AACD meeting in Washington, DC. She has been trained by Dr David Clark, founder of the Biocelar matrix to teach the method. She is also part of a very engaged clear aligner study club lead by Dr David Galler of the AACO. Her work and educational articles have been featured in Continuum, Oral Health and the AACD Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry. She lead the first bilingual and international webinar on minimal prep veneers for the Aurum Group. A few of her techniques are featured on youtube as "Cosmedent’s tip-of-the-month". Dentists that have attended her courses particularly appreciate her engaging, upbeat style and clear step-by-step instructions. She is a member of the LVI Study Club, implant study club, AACD, CAED and ODQ.

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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