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Friday, October 13, 2017

Boston University CE Program present Dr. Sam Halabo

Time TBD


Henry M. Goldman School of Dental Medicine
00 E Newton St
Boston, MA

Dr. Sam Halabo presents "Achieving Superb Results with Every Day, Bread-‘n-Butter, Direct and Indirect Procedures"

Today’s dental offices require a myriad of materials and techniques. These procedures demand time and practice to allow dentists to become proficient enough to provide great patient care. New technologies have emerged that will help close the gap between early materials and the newest generation of products. This course will show evidence based data, case presentations and methods of treating various procedures, standardizing and simplifying processes to ensure predictability and superb outcomes!

You will learn:

  1. Simplify routine techniques to save time and reduce overhead.
  2. What materials to use and where to use them.
  3. Whether e.max®, metal or the latest all zirconia crowns, this course will guide you through practical concepts to enhance your long-term outcomes.
  4. Proper surface treatments for both the tooth substrate and the ceramic bonding surface will be covered in detail.
  5. How to handle difficult situations such as discolored teeth, subgingival margins, tissue sculpting, isolation problems, and sclerotic dentin.
  6. How to eliminate sensitivity and reduce polymerization shrinkage at the margins of your composites thus increasing the longevity of your restorations.
  7. How to use the new bulk-filling technique which minimizes the technique sensitivity of the whole procedure and makes the clinical outcome more predictable.
  8. Achieve restorations that are strong, esthetic and bacteriostatic.
  9. Take home tips and skills that you can utilize right away in your office to make your practice and life a bit easier.


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