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Online Dental Continuing Education (CE) Course

Flowable Composite Versatility in Every Day Practice Flowable Composite Versatility in Every Day Practice

Continuing Education Credits:

1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):

Aria Irvani, DDS

Date Added:

09/16/2011

Course Description:

Although composite restorations are far superior to amalgam esthetically, they are technique sensitive and the number of steps involved in placing the restoration makes them more prone to operator error. The Holy Grail for dental manufacturers has long been a composite that combines low shrinkage with ease of placement resulting in faster restorations and lowered risk of sensitivity. In this webinar, Dr. Irvani will give an outline of both conventional and unconventional clinical applications of low shrink flowable composites in creating esthetic and durable restorations.

Learning Objectives:

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Flowable Composite Versatility in Every Day Practice - Part 1
Although composite restorations are far superior to amalgam esthetically, they are technique sensitive and the number of steps involved in placing the restoration makes them more prone to operator error. The Holy Grail for dental manufacturers has long been a composite that combines low shrinkage with ease of placement resulting in faster restorations and lowered risk of sensitivity. In this webinar, Dr. Irvani will give an outline of both conventional and unconventional clinical applications of low shrink flowable composites in creating esthetic and durable restorations.
2 Flowable Composite Versatility in Every Day Practice - Part 2
Although composite restorations are far superior to amalgam esthetically, they are technique sensitive and the number of steps involved in placing the restoration makes them more prone to operator error. The Holy Grail for dental manufacturers has long been a composite that combines low shrinkage with ease of placement resulting in faster restorations and lowered risk of sensitivity. In this webinar, Dr. Irvani will give an outline of both conventional and unconventional clinical applications of low shrink flowable composites in creating esthetic and durable restorations.
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