Functional and Aesthetic Morphology: Direct Posterior Composite Restorations.
Dr Nikos Kampanas
Class I and II composite restorations are perhaps the most common dental procedures we carry out in our daily clinical lives. One of the most challenging elements in these cases is to create a natural morphology that is harmonised with the aesthetics of the adjacent teeth while providing maximum functionality. In Biomimetic Dentistry it is common to hear that the bottom layers of the restoration are the most important, however the final layers and morphology of the restoration also play a vital role in occlusal function. Do not miss this unique opportunity to learn how to create functional restorations using direct composite from an expert in morphology.
Aims & Objectives:
1) Understand the importance of correct morphology.
2) Gain an insight into the fundamentals of dynamic occlusion in order to understand how morphology is guided by the functional movements of mastication.
3) Gain an insight into Dr Nikos Kampanas’ workflow for creating direct posterior composite restorations while aiming to minimise the need for extensive occlusal adjustments.
4) Learn strategies for placing direct composite in the posterior region.
Lecture Duration: 1 hour 48 minutes.
Course Access Expires: 22nd July 2024.
- Available Worldwide.
- Watch and rewind as often as you require.
- 1.75 Hours of Verifiable Continuing Professional Development awarded with a personalised certificate.
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