Simplifying Isolation and Bonding Protocols for Indirect Restorations
|Presenter: Dr. Devin McClintock||Release Date: 8/9/22|
|Credits: 1 CEU||Expiration Date: 8/9/25|
|AGD Subject Code: 610|
|CE Supporter: Bisco|
Advancements in technology and materials have shifted the field of dentistry. Providers opt to rely more on chemical adhesion over mechanical retention with their indirect restorations. This paradigm shift of preparation design to a more conservative approach is dependent on an equal shift in our bonding protocols. The road to reliability in adhesive dentistry is paved through consistency and reliance on adhering to science. Developing systems and protocols and sticking to them ensures long term stability with indirect restorations. Which in turn results in happy patients with reliable outcomes. But how does one develop the proper systems and protocols? In this CE webinar, providers will learn how to simplify yet optimize their isolation techniques and bonding protocols to achieve more predictable long-term success with their indirect restorative outcomes. In addition to establishing consistent bonding protocols for single unit delivery cases, providers will be able scale these bonding techniques for any unit delivery.
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