Instructor Jason Smithson, BDS
ADG Codes:010, 130, 180, 250, 610, 780
Time: 8:00 am to 5:00 pm
The three main problems encountered by all dentists with direct resin placements are:
Dentistry is a branch of medicine, encompassing science, art, and mechanical engineering. The competent operator must be a master of all three disciplines. Dr. Smithson’s presentation covers the art of the anterior direct composite, describing the protocols required to produce Class IV restorations invisible to the human eye.
Additionally, the class teaches the technical analysis of the process required to prepare and place Class I and II posterior composite resin restorations, requiring no or little occlusal adjustment. Finally, a novel technique is outlined which allows rapid restoration of deep class II cavities without post-operative sensitivity.
Qualified at the Royal London Hospital in 1995; achieving a number of awards including The Constance Klein Memorial, The Stafford Millar, and The Malcolm Jenkins Scholarships, The American Association of Endodontics Prize and the Overall Award for Clinical Dentistry. After