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Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Common Sense Dentistry and Let's Be Direct with Dr. Daniel War

All Day Event

DrWard

Owens Community College
30335 Oregon Rd
Perrysburg, OH , 43551



Join the Toledo Dental Society and Dr. Daniel Ward for "Common Sense Dentistry in a Complicated World " and "Let’s Be Direct: Techniques for Perfecting Tooth Colored Restoration Placement"

Common Sense Dentistry in a Complicated World  (half day lecture)

Course Description:  CAD-CAM, CBCT, DSD are all exciting and developing technologies that are changing dentistry.  Facebook, Instagram. Twitter may improve our lives but also complicate our world.  Today’s dental office still spends a majority of time providing conventional dental treatment for patients.  We need to understand and simplify our standard care while incorporating new useful and exciting technologies into our practice.

So many changes have occurred since dental school that we need to be updated to understand the latest materials and techniques.  No “one size fits all” material exists, so dentists must be familiar with a plethora of products.  Learn how to use the newest techniques with confidence.  This course is from a wet-fingered dentist for wet-fingered dentists.

Course Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will:

  1. understand how to select and use the latest bonding agents, composites and bioactive restorative materials
  2. be able to treat patients with age-appropriate materials
  3. recognize ways to treat patients with minimally invasive, conservative methods
  4. be introduced to proportional smile design concepts which formulate smiles that fit patient’s faces

Let’s Be Direct:  Techniques for Perfecting Tooth Colored Restoration Placement
(half day lecture with hands-on; limited to 30 participants)

Course Description:  Dentists spend a significant part of their day preparing and restoring teeth with direct restorations.  Patients are demanding esthetic results which can be difficult, unpredictable and frustrating to achieve.  Even the most beautiful looking restorations can be plagued with post-operative sensitivity.   Attention to detail is paramount since current decay shortens the life of many composite restorations.

Learn how to select the appropriate materials to use in different situations.  Understand how to significantly reduce sensitive restorations.  Practice placing Class II and Class V restorations which are esthetic and predictable.  This course will increase your confidence in routinely placing esthetic, comfortable and long-lasting tooth-colored restorations.

Course Objectives:  Upon completion of this course, participants will:

  1. understand how to use the latest bonding agents, composites and bioactive restorative materials
  2. be able to place long-lasting Class V restorations
  3. develop techniques for predictably placing Class II tooth-colored restorations

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