Simplifying Complex Anterior Direct Composites with a Single Shade Composite System
|Presenter: Dr. Kevin Brown||Release Date: 11/17/21|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Expiration Date: 11/17/24|
|AGD Subject Code: 780|
|CE Supporter: Tokuyama Dental America|
In recent years, direct anterior composites to improve esthetics in a minimally invasive manner have become increasingly popular. Patients are also being exposed to dental treatments on social media and are seeing what a tooth looks like when it’s drilled down for an indirect porcelain restoration, and it frightens them and they are seeking out alternative less invasive methods to enhance their smiles. Layered “polychromatic” direct composite bonding has been around for a long time, but it is a challenging technique to learn and equally challenging to be fairly compensated for the added time and special materials used. A new single shade composite system has simplified the esthetic anterior composite bonding technique to make it easier for the dentist to achieve seamless results without the frustration of polychromatic layering. This CE webinar will use high quality photography to illustrate how this new single shade composite technique can be used effectively and efficiently to achieve outstanding results.
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