TOPIC: Cementation vs Bonding: A Modern Approach
Adhesive dentistry has translated indirect restorations to be less mechanically retentive and the design of our indirect restorative options has changed.
Since the design of our preparations has changed, we now have to create favourable situations for more predictable bonding to tooth structure.
A brief discussion on how new foundations for our restorative techniques will give us predictable results for our indirect restorations.
The use of Zirconia and Lithium disilicate and indirect resins are being used daily as an option to restore large areas of tooth structure that is missing. A brief guide on predictable and reliable techniques for indirect restorations will be discussed with some latest updates on bonding techniques.
The attendee will learn
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All attendees must rsvp (for catering purposes) by Monday 13th May 2019 to admin. No refund will be made for cancellations received less than 7 working days of the event. No refunds for “no-shows”
Fri, 17 May 2019
The George Christchurch
Treasury Room, 50 Park Terrace , Christchurch, South Island, New Zealand 8013
Dr Edmund Young
BSc, BDS (Otago) FRACDS
Edmund Young studied at Otago University and completed his Dental degree in 1991.He worked at Auckland Hospital and Middlemore Dental Unit before practicing in private practice.He has a Fellowship in Restorative Dentistry with a Royal Australian College of Dental Surgeons.He currently practices general dentistry and cosmetic dentistry with a particular interest in new products and systems available in dentistry today.