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Wednesday, October 16, 2019

Minimal Preparation, Maximum Longevity

All Day Event

Dr._Malone

Salem, OR


The Marion Dental Research Group and BISCO are proud to present Dr. Mike Malone.

(Morning Lecture and Afternoon Hands-On)

Dr. Mike Malone has combined the occlusion and restorative teachings of L D Pankey, Pete Dawson, John Kois, Frank Spear, etc., with a passion for learning from the best and brightest in cosmetic dentistry. He has developed systems for combining predictable restorative techniques with ideal cosmetic procedures. The morning lecture will cover smile design and ideal provisional fabrication and review preparation details for all-ceramic cosmetic restorations that will give life-like, strong, and long-lasting results. The afternoon hands-on course will allow participants to complete cosmetic preparations and use resin cements to bond the ceramic veneers and onlays on models.

Learning Objectives:

  • Complete the preparation phase faster and with more control
  • Manage soft tissue and take ideal impressions every time
  • Use principles of smile design to develop an ideal diagnostic wax-up
  • Transfer the information in the diagnostic wax-up into a completed provisional that rivals the final restoration.
  • Complete and seat finished restorations with predictability

Learning Objectives for Hands-On Program:

  • Hands-on instruction for all-ceramic, minimal-prep veneers, onlays and crowns with preparations completed on supplied models.
  • Understand the principles of adhesion and how to select the ideal cement based on indication, prep design and type of restorative material with hands-on instruction on techniques using models with several all-ceramic restorations.
  • Learn step by step procedures for delivering all-ceramic restorations with confidence 
    and success.

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