Simplified Aesthetic Rehabilitation: How can I do that?
Lectures and hands-on-courses in May with expert Dr Balsamo
Aesthetics in dentistry play an important role today. Aesthetic restorations in the anterior and posterior range should thus not be discernable from the natural tooth substance and the intervention minimally invasive.
Patients are no longer willing to compromise, especially when it comes to restorations in the anterior range. Restorations with discoloured or dark, insufficient margins are tolerated less and less and even perceived as aesthetically detracting. The rule of thumb is that the restoration should be "invisible" from speaking distance.
The demand for both highly aesthetic and durable restorations is met with the employment of modern composite in multiple shade variations, opacities and degrees of translucency used with the corresponding adhesive technique and minimally invasive preparation technique. Even larger defects can be restored with modern composites to achieve outstanding results. And with the appropriate indication and analysis, there is no need to fear the comparison of the result to full ceramic restorations.
The crucial question is: how can I do that? Dr Marcelo Balsamo, expert in aesthetic dentistry, will give the answer to this on his lecture and hands-on-course tour in Australia and New Zealand from May 7th until May 16th. The participants to these events will discover practical steps to cosmetic anterior rehabilitation, learn the basics of aesthetic smile design, the science of colour and how all this applies to shade and material selection in cosmetic dentistry. The participants will also hear how composites can be made to mimic tooth morphology and how they can be an ideal alternative to ceramic veneers while being conservative and at the same time amazingly aesthetic.
Dr. Olaf Krems, VOCO GmbH - Public Relations
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