The success of any anterior composite restoration depends on the understanding and use of the material as well the ability to master the anatomy of the teeth. This unique, 2 day, hands-on course combines art and science by bringing together these two crucial aspects.
You will be taught to mentally visualise and design a smile by using your knowledge of morphology. The practical exercises of drawing and carving will enhance your knowledge of morphology and you will then be shown how to apply this to dramatically improve your anterior composite restorations.
You will be taught to restore the common clinical scenarios including : seamlessly lengthening worn down and fractured incisors, correcting misshapen or peg shaped laterals and direct composite veneering. You will learn simple and effective layering techniques to achieve the highest optical and aesthetic outcome. Additional attention will be given to the most important step of successful composite restorations i.e. finishing and polishing.
Course manuals covering in-depth anterior tooth morphology and step-by-step composite build-up, finishing and polishing protocols will be provided.
Experience how the knowledge of morphology and composite resin can transform and dramatically improve your anterior composite restorations.
Lunch, teas, coffees and snacks will be provided.
Venue: 38 Harmont House, 20 Harley Street (entr Queen Anne St), LONDON, W1G 9PJ
Max Delegates: 8 - 10 per group
London, Greater London, England, United Kingdom, W1G 9PJ