Form, Color, and Anterior Composites - It's All About Details

Live Virtual Course

DR. NEWTON FAHL

 
September 17-18, 2020

AGD SUBJECT CODES:
010, 017, 029, 254, 269, 781, 782
 
 
virtual Course Summary

In this interactive two-day virtual course, you will learn how to systematically break down the form and color of a central and lateral incisor. Dr. Fahl will guide you step-by-step through two exercises where you will learn how to seamlessly restore a Class IV and build up a peg lateral.

Over two days you will have opportunities to interact directly with Dr. Newton Fahl, practice your hands-on technique, and participate in planned breakout sessions.

Upon completion of the course, you should be able to:

  • Color map and select the correct composite type and shade for artistic layering.
  • Properly reproduce line angles, point angles, embrasures, macro and micro surface texture.
  • Compose a natural morphological and chromatic depiction of the most important teeth in the smile frame.
  • Apply Dr. Newton Fahl's unique polychromatic approach to composite restorations in your practice. 
 
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Each registrant will also receive materials to practice step-by-step alongside Dr. Newton Fahl

  • Composite materials
  • Sculpting instruments and brushes
  • Finishing and Polishing discs and Enamelize
  • FlexiSAWs
  • Full upper arch plastic model
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Class Overview/Schedule

Day 1

Lecture:

  1. The Class IV Restoration - Histomorphological considerations, material selection and layering.

Learning Objectives

  • Concealing the fracture line – preparation design
  • 3D layering – using dentin and enamel shades – The Polychromatic Technique
  • Macro and micro anatomy – finishing and polishing

Hands-on:

  1. Restoring an Upper Central Incisor - The Class IV Restoration

Learning Objectives

  • 3D visualization – using silicone matrices
  • Concealing the fracture line – preparation design
  • 3D layering – using dentin and enamel shades
  • Macro and micro anatomy – finishing and polishing the central incisor to primary anatomy


Day 2

Lecture

  1. The Peg Lateral Build-Up - A Polychromatic Approach

Learning Objectives

  • Reestablishing proper form and color to a lateral incisor
  • 3D visualization – using silicone matrices
  • 3D layering – using dentin and enamel shades for a polychromatic build-up
  • Macro and micro anatomy – finishing and polishing

Hands-on:

  1. The Peg Lateral Build-Up - A Polychromatic Approach

Learning Objectives

  • Reestablishing proper form and color to a lateral incisor
  • Detailed finishing and polishing of Central Incisor and Lateral Incisor
  • Achieving ideal a) Width-length ratios, b) Incisal edge position, c) Point angles, d) Line angles, e) Macrotexture, and f) Microtexture
  • Polishing restorations to an enamel-like appearance
Upcoming Dates - LIVE VIRTUAL COURSE

September 17-18, 2020

Course Fee

$3,295 - Includes virtual couse and materials. This course is limited to 30 partipants.

Can't make it to the live event?
Each registrant will also receive private access to a recording of the live event for 1 week so you have time to review and practice what you learn. 
 

Schedule - 

Day 1 - 8:30am to 3:00pm (CST)
Day 2 - 8:30am to 3:00pm (CST)

12 CE hours





 



 

Dr. Newton Fahl

newtonDr. Newton Fahl, Jr. received his DDS degree from Londrina State University, Brazil, in 1987. In 1989 he received the Certificate in Operative Dentistry and Master of Science degree from the University of Iowa, USA. After returning to Brazil, he settled in Curitiba, where he maintains a private practice emphasizing esthetic and cosmetic dentistry. Dr. Fahl is the scientific director of the FAHL CENTER, where he conducts courses on Esthetic Dentistry.

Dr. Newton Fahl, Jr. is a member of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry (AAED), and founding member and past-president of the Brazilian Society of Aesthetic Dentistry (BSAD). He is a MCG-Hinman Foundation fellow. Dr. Fahl is the recipient of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry 2008 President's Award for Best Teacher and the recipient of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry 2011 Excellence in Cosmetic Dental Education Award. He is President of SCAD (Society for Color and Appearance in Dentistry).

Dr. Fahl has published several enlightening articles on direct and indirect bonding techniques. He is on the editorial board of several peer-reviewed journals, and is an active consultant for several manufacturers in the development and refinement of new materials and techniques.


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