Dental restorations, provisional or definitive, that are created by direct chairside fabrication, should have the same anatomic and aesthetic quality as those created by the dental laboratory. In this CE webinar, the salient points of natural tooth anatomy will be reviewed along with step-by-step fabrication techniques to allow the dentist and dental auxiliary to immediately increase the aesthetic and anatomic quality of the provisional restorations they create. Provisional restorations serve as an “anatomic (functional) and aesthetic blueprint” to the laboratory that have been approved by the patient and tested in the “best articulator in the world”…..the one between the patient’s ears! Learn how to make provisional restorations look life-like and increase the quality of the service you and your dental laboratory can provide to your patients!
Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able to: Understand the key points of natural tooth anatomy; Implement the step-by-step fabrication techniques to increase esthetics the anatomic and anatomic quality of their provisions; understand the types of dental restorations through an overview
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