Learn step-by-step techniques perfect for one-tooth cases or full-mouth rehabilitation.
Thursday & Friday: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
AGD Codes: 184, 254 and 780
This course focuses on the benefits and step-by-step techniques of transitional bonding, an extremely practical new option requiring little or no prep for most cases. This course will cover the rationale for using composite. Work on one tooth against an arch or plan for a full mouth rehabilitation.
This hands-on course presents practical occlusal guidelines for predictable function and longevity – including increasing V.D.O. and building anterior guidance as well as how to handle bruxers and non-compliant patients.
This course changed the way I look at cases. Very excited to try this.
This was “the best” course I have taken. The content directly reflected the technique and concepts that I wanted to learn. I would not change anything.
This course is going to change the way I practice.
This course was very good; it challenged how I look at cases. I’m very excited to try this. This course was very easy to listen to and follow, even though I don’t have advanced education in this, I didn’t feel overwhelmed.
Dr. Corky Willhite has achieved Fellowship from the Academy of General Dentistry, the American College of Dentists, and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He is one of less than 100 Accredited Fellows in the AACD worldwide. He has served on their Board of Governors (currently the American Board of Cosmetic Dentistry) and spent years as an Examiner for Accreditation. He is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Prosthodontics at L.S.U. School of Dentistry. He is on the faculty of the Center for Esthetic Excellence in Chicago. He has been published and feels honored to have so many opportunities to lecture nationally and internationally. Over the years, his private practice in suburban New Orleans—The Smile Design Center—has become limited to Cosmetic Dentistry. His experience is based on a dedication to the belief that “excellence” and “esthetics” are not only compatible but can take dentistry to a new level of satisfaction and success