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Aug 07 - 09, 2020 | CE 21 | USD $2,400.00 | San Dimas, California
Implant Connections Course is organized by Stevenson Dental Solutions and will be held from Aug 07 - 09, 2020 at Stevenson Dental Solutions, San Dimas, California, United States of America. Accreditation: This conference has been approved for a maximum of 21 units of CE. Course Description: Mastering Implant-Restorative Connections: Material Selection, Design and Protocols for Abutments, Cements and Crowns Developing an Evidenced–based Algorithm for Clinical Decision Making and Execution The implant has integrated, and your patient is anxiously awaiting the final prosthesis - what’s next? What materials will you use which give you the desired esthetics and functional durability? Should you use a stock abutment? A custom abutment? Screw retained? Cement Retained? How much torque is required? What implant is that!? Where to get parts? This three-day lecture and hands on course will include the latest scientific evidence with respect to improving clinical outcomes with your implant restorations. Each participant will experience numerous hands-on techniques for impressioning, torqueing abutments, cementation and access hole restoration. At the completion of this course, the restorative dentist will gained have significant knowledge and improved clinical skills in the challenging arena of implant restorations. Learning Objectives: • Planning the case with the result in mind - an esthetic-restorative protocol • What material should be used in the anterior and posterior • Screw vs Cement-retained - when, where, and how? • Using provisional restorations to predict results • Impression techniques to minimize problems • Open tray vs. closed tray impression technique • Fixture vs abutment level impressions • Bite registrations for distal extension cases • Troubleshooting minimal inter-occlusal space issues • Delivering abutments • Using torque wrenches • Delivering screw and cement-retained restorations • Identifying unknown implants and ordering the correct parts • Rescuing implants • Implant-retained fixed dental prostheses • Filling the access hole with an invisible restoration • Implant occlusion - what MUST you know • Adjustment and polishing • Making an esthetic prototype in your office • Esthetic (gingival contour preserving) impression techniques • Managing the loose implant crown • The hemi-engaging abutment bridge
Nov 07 - 08, 2020 | CE 14 | USD $1,750.00 | San Dimas, California
Anterior Composite Restorations Course is organized by Stevenson Dental Solutions and will be held from Nov 07 - 08, 2020 at Stevenson Dental Solutions, San Dimas, California, United States of America. Accreditation: This conference has been approved for a maximum of 14 units of CE. Course Description: This two-day lecture and hands-on course will review the latest advancements in the broad realm of anterior composite restorations.The course has been designed to provide the clinician with a deep understanding of the entire restorative process from materials science and adhesion to the placement and adjustment of the finest anterior esthetic composite restorations possible.Function (Dynamic Occlusion) plays as important as a roll as shade matching and contours in this challenging arena of direct restoration. Both the practitioner and the experienced will find something valuable in this intensive course. Learning Objectives: • Learn how to design a successful direct compote esthetic result which lasts • Learn the science and practical application of composite layering • Learn how to incorporate tints and opaques into composites • Learn how to build class IV composites with a lingual putty stent • Learn how to perform ideal occlusal adjustments and polishing Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Dec 04 - 06, 2020 | CE Credits 21 | USD $2,950.00 | San Dimas, California
Gold Restorations: Cast and Foil is organized by Stevenson Dental Solutions and will be held from Dec 04 - 06, 2020 at Stevenson Dental Solutions, San Dimas, California, United States of America. Accreditation: This conference has been approved for a maximum of 21 units of CE Credit. Course Description: Gold Restorations: Cast and Foil Modern, Simplified Techniques for Clinical Success - a unique hands-on course Long considered the finest material for restorative dentistry, gold is often (unfortunately) omitted from treatment plans as a viable option in today’s modern dental practice.In this tree-day course, Dr. Stevenson’s presentation will focus on techniques to produce predictable precision gold castings, which both conserve and protect tooth structure.Special attention will be placed on preparation designs to maintain esthetics, simplify clinical and laboratory procedures and allow practitioners to provide restorations of the highest quality. Each participant will prepare several ideal cavity designs on the typodont and two natural teeth for actual castings, which they will cast and seat and finish and polish, and take with them at the completion of the course.In addition to the castings, each participant will learn the fundamentals of direct filling gold (gold foil) and place class I gold foils into natural teeth. Learning Objectives: At the completion of the three-day (21 hour) course, participants will learn how to: • Better diagnose the most predictable and conservative cast restoration for any given situation • Conserve tooth structure through the use of a “block-out” technique • Create long lasting restorations, which are esthetically designed • Cement, finish and polish gold restorations with natural contours and flush margins • Select and train a lab technician capable of providing excellent castings • Market cast gold within their practices • Communicate with insurance carriers to increase claim acceptance • Learn to prepare and manipulate direct filling gold for class I cavities