Tips to improve efficiency and precision of indirect ceramic restorations

Dr Faysal G. Succaria, UAE
Accreditation: 1 CME
Price: $0 | AED0
Release date: 03/29/2022
Expiry date: 03/06/2027

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Abstract

Think of the 1st ever crown you made. It probably took at least 1.5 hours. You might have taken the impression 3 times. You might have worked with the school lab and ended up sending the case back to the lab due to an open margin. This is all considered ok in a dental school setting, but it is a sure failure in private practice. In private practice you want the restoration to fit from the first trial, to be in as fast as possible, and to function for as long as possible. Hence, this talk will highlight the techniques and tools and materials to improve both precision and efficiency in tooth preparation, impression, and cementation.

About the speaker

Dr Faysal G. Succaria, UAE
Dr Succaria is a diplomate of the American Board of Prosthodontics. He currently holds the position of assistant professor at Boston University Institute for Dental Research and Education Dubai in the Department of Prosthodontics. He also holds an appointment as adjunct assistant professor at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine in Boston.

 

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