Top Ten Tips for Enhancing Success with Posterior Resins
You will receive 2 credit(s) of continuing education credit upon successful completion of this course. The purchase price of this course is $82.00
This course will present useful suggestions that can help enhance success with posterior resin restorations, and minimize some of the frequently encountered problems associated with these fillings.
Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
- Understand that many of today’s patients desire a dentist who can competently restore posterior teeth with resins.
- Identify the three most commonly encountered problems associated with these fillings.
- Learn techniques that can help minimize these difficulties.
- Determine when to implement one or more of these techniques in their practices.
- Identify their confidence level in providing predictably successful posterior resin restorations.
In the field of operative dentistry, it isn’t just Tofflemire bands and amalgam anymore. Whether because of esthetic requirements or conservative dentistry aspirations, today’s dentist must be able to skillfully and consistently provide patients with satisfactory posterior resin restorations. This course will discuss how to overcome some of the common problems associated with posterior resins. Useful tips, such as the use of cavity disinfectants and resin-modified glass ionomers, together with proper light curing, the selection and utilization of some of the newer matrix systems, and the judicious use of one-step adhesives that etch, prime, and bond, can all contribute to enhanced success with posterior resin placement.
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Published date 2012-2015
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