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Instructor Newton Fahl, Jr., DDS, MS
AGD SUBJECT CODES: 010, 017, 029, 254, 269, 781, 782
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
In two days, you will learn how to break down the form and color of a central incisor, lateral incisor, and canine in a systematic way. You will learn how to seamlessly restore a Class IV, build up a peg lateral, and direct veneer a canine.
After taking this course, you will have learned how 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.
Day 1 Lecture:
- Learning to see tooth anatomy three-dimensionally.
- Breaking down the smile frame – Learning landmarks that matter for composite sculpturing.
- The Class IV Restoration – Histomorphological considerations, material selection, and layering.
- Pre-restorative orthodontic considerations for optimal anterior esthetic results when closing diastemas and building up peg laterals.
- The Peg Lateral Build-Up – Histomorphological considerations, material selection, and layering.
Day 1 Hands-on:
- Restoring an Upper Central Incisor – The Class IV Restoration
Day 2 Lecture:
- Restoring an Upper Canine – Histomorphological and occlusion considerations, material selection, and layering.
- The Direct-Indirect Veneer Technique
Day 2 Hands-on:
- The Peg Lateral Build-Up – A Polychromatic Approach
- Restoring an Upper Canine – The Direct-Indirect Veneer
- Detailed finishing and polishing of Central Incisor, Lateral Incisor, and Canine.
- 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.
** If you are interested in a payment plan or have questions about the course, please contact Erika Heier at (800)-837-2321 or email [email protected]