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Ceramic Veneers: Preparation Techniques, Clinical Concepts & Pearls (Hands-On) with Dr. Mark Pitel - Mount Laurel
Sep 11, 2020 | CE Credits 7 | USD $795.00 | Mount Laurel, New Jersey
Ceramic Veneers: Preparation Techniques, Clinical Concepts & Pearls (Hands-On) with Dr. Mark Pitel is organized by New Jersey Health Professionals Development Institute (NJHPDI) and will be held on Sep 11, 2020 at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Mt. Laurel, Mount Laurel, New Jersey, United States of America. Accreditation: CE Credits: 7 Course Description: Ceramic laminate veneers are essential to aesthetic and restorative dentistry. Fine tune your skills and learn how to treat more demanding cases and pick up pearls to use in the office the next day. This course offers participants a comprehensive review of ceramic materials, diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation techniques, tissue management, impression taking, provisionalization and cementation. Participants will receive a half day of lecture material followed by a half day guided workshop covering all aspects of veneer placement. Introduced in the early 1980's, the ceramic laminate veneer is now recognized as high clinical art and has become synonymous with aesthetic and restorative dentistry. The real beauty of veneers is that they are prized by patients and can also be successfully and predictably placed by any dentist that is willing to learn the basic concepts and procedures. The materials and adhesive techniques that have been developed for veneers allow us to provide this ultimate in esthetic restorations with a minimum sacrifice of tooth structure. If you are currently not providing ceramic veneers in your practice have done only a few cases or do not feel especially comfortable placing them, you are missing out on the enjoyment and economic advantages they can bring to your practice. This course will provide you with all the essential knowledge and skills necessary to gain that confidence. If you already do ceramic veneers on a regular basis and want to hone your skills, learn how to treat more demanding cases, or pick up a few pearls, this program is also for you. The course offers participants a comprehensive review of ceramic materials, diagnosis and treatment planning, preparation techniques, tissue management, impression taking, provisionalization and cementation. Participants will receive a half day of lecture material followed by a half day guided workshop covering all aspects of veneer placement. Partial Listing of Topics Covered in Lecture: • Diagnosis and Treatment Planning • Diagnostic Waxups and mockups • Choices in ceramic veneering materials - advantages, disadvantages of each • Silicone prep guides - labial and incisal • Tooth preparations for every clinical situation • Martin placement - when subgingival, equigingival, or supragingival? • Veneering posterior, previously restored and mandibular teeth • How to handle contacts - when to and how to break them • Managing tissue issues • Impression taking - Getting it right the first time, every time • Provisionalization (3 different techniques) • Preparing veneers properly for try in and seating • Adhesives and luting cements • Cases involving an alteration in Vertical Dimension of Occlusion • The importance of Ferrule design • No prep veneers - how to, when to, and when not to do them • Handing tetracycline staining and discolored teeth • The "oxide ceramic" veneer • Partial adhesive cementation - MDP and Tribochemical cementation methods • Many more... Hands On Portion: • Performed on typodont models: • Preparation of VPS Lingual/Incisal and a Labial Prep Guides • Fabricating and using a clear prep/provisional template • Preparing a complete laminate case with multiple prep designs • Laminate Provisional Techniques Event Categories: 2020 South Jersey Event, Esthetics/Cosmetic Dentistry, Operative (Restorative) Dentistry
Sep 12, 2020 | CE Credits 7 | USD $595.00 | Mount Laurel, New Jersey
A Simple Path to Predictable and Excellent Endodontics (Hands-On) with Dr. Michael Ribera is organized by New Jersey Health Professionals Development Institute (NJHPDI) and will be held on Sep 12, 2020 at DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Mt. Laurel, Mount Laurel, New Jersey, United States of America Accreditation: CE Credits: 7 Course Description: The program is full of what-you-need-to-know pearls of wisdom regarding the latest concepts, techniques, and technologies in performing predictable and high quality endodontic treatment. In the hands-on workshop, each workstation will be equipped with the armamentaria necessary to implement the learned techniques and to participate fully. Objectives: • Importance of establishing accurate diagnoses via reliable pulp testing techniques. • How to effectively achieve straight line access and avoid separating instruments. • Strategies that maximize negotiating root canals to length while avoiding blockages. • Understanding of the importance of owning the glide path for rotary/reciprocation files to follow. • Reliable management of working length determination and rationale for apical and lateral patency. • Efficiency and safety of the single file shaping technique. • Efficient use and logical sequence of intra-canal irrigants and chelating agents. • Efficient and effective hydrodynamic disinfection of the root canal system. • Advantages of the pre-enlargement technique, thermosoftened obturation, and sealer hydraulics during 3-D compaction. Hands-On Portion: In the hands-on workshop, each workstation will be equipped with the armamentaria necessary to implement the learned techniques and to participate fully. Each attendee is required to bring at least two previously extracted and coronally accessed teeth. • Verify/check coronal access has been performed. • Identify all root canal orifices. • Complete access by performing radicular access -- use X-Gates, orifice openers, PTG SX orifice opener file. • Perform coronal-to-two-thirds canal pre-enlargement -- use PTG SX shaping file. • Establish working length -- use chelating agent ProLube, small hand files, and EAL. • Own the glide path (all canals) using WaveOne Gold Glider glide path file. • Shape all main canals – use WOG shaping files. • Hydrodynamically disinfect the system – use Endo Activator with QMix & NaOCl. • Obturate the system in 3-D -- use carrier-free GuttaCore. • Complete the rest of the seal - use resins to bond pulpal floors. Event Categories: 2020 South Jersey Event, Endontics Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.