Tips and tricks in Restorative Daily Dentistry, esthetics and function in Daily Practice
Restorative Daily Dentistry, esthetics and function in Daily Practice.
To solve daily restorative procedures that we face everyday in our offices sometimes we need some help. During this lecture we will try to summarize some tips and tricks to solve situations that normally are not easy to solve in our restorative procedures. From subgingival situations in posteriors or even in anterior area to complex oral rehabilitations from loss of enamel or to high esthetic compromised cases.
- Simplify restorative dentistry
- Show how to obtain predictable results in conservative procedures
- Make the complex procedures simple
Release date: 2022-10-26 | Expiration date: 2025-10-26
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very informative abd sorry we are not face to face too
Thank you so much!!
Very informative and precise lecture!
Greetings from Greece, thank you so much
Could you please share your email
Which type of bleaching used for fluorosis?
Thank You very much
You dont use wedge in general? Only matrix
Thank you very much from Zimbabwe
What about veneers to treat the white spots?
Can you use one layer to form the marginal ridge or several?
Do you have two layers for marginal?
We liked it alot
Thankyou so much dr carlos
Any tricks for closing larder diastemas while keeping good contact anatomy. I sometimes find that i have too much space for putting matrix and wood stick, i sometimes try to stabilise everything with teflon around the stick or flowable retractir, but the contact point sometimes doesnt turn out quite
Thankyou very much from Fiji
What’s the name of the composite used for incisal edge?
Thank you for your lecture. From one of the class II case, it was very close to the pulp, is there any reason why GIC was not used at the base
Is there any application used to aid the primary diagnosis and treatment plan for certain cases
Thank you so much Dr. Fernandez for all these clinical guides and for all those evidence based adhesive protocols.
The name of the spatula use for the margine height
Hello from Haiti
impressive work thank you so much doctor
Thank youvery much
Why type of composite do you used for anterior and posterior teeth
Do you use flow composite on your patients or use only normal composite?
You have mentioned the oxalate gel , what is the role of this material. Thank you for the informative presentation
Thank you for the lecture, Dr. It is very informative. I frequently find that restorations of attrition cavities in posterior teeth (especially at the cusp tips of the functional cusps) do not last long. How would you manage it?
@Mrs. despoina touratzidou: There will be a recording available on the FDI Campus on the course page.
Great presentation. Is there any way to rewatch it later? Would be much appreciated!
How do you use impression to build Class IV?
Hai from UAE
Can you use plastic instrument instead to make marginal ridge in Class II?
What do you use to remove the composite excess from interproximal lingual angles in anterior teeth after closing diastemas
What is the name of the app used for shade selection
Which Matrix you use to close diastema?
Hello from Barcelona!!
What is the name of the spatula mentioned in the beginning
dont you use Ca(OH)2 in so deep cavities ?
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How to make Class two cavity preparation ?
Hello from Nashville, TN
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