Anterior Ceramic Restorations – Veneers – August 20-22, 2021


Limited to 20 participants

Course includes ALL materials, Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks

Approved for 24 UNITS of CE by the Dental Board of California
and the ADA/CERP Program

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Anterior Ceramic Restorations – “The Veneer Course at SDS”

MasterPath Course 5

A RARE three-day lecture and hands-on experience!
Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS, FAGD, FACD, ABOD

This three-day lecture and hands-on course will review the latest advancements in the broad realm of anterior ceramic veneer and crown restorations.  The course has been designed to provide the clinician with a deep understanding of the entire restorative process from materials science and adhesion to the placement and adjustment of the finest anterior ceramic veneer and crown restorations possible.  Function (Dynamic Occlusion) plays as important a role as Esthetics in this challenging arena of indirect restoration. Both the new practitioner and the experienced will find something valuable in this intensive course.


  • Step-by-step Protocol
  • Shade matching
  • Diagnostic wax-ups and putty guides
  • Lab Communication
  • Diagnostic wax-up, and esthetic mock-up
  • Sophisticated veneer provisionals – blueprints for success
  • Preparation designs – facial, incised butt and lingual wrap
  • What margin/finish line to use in each situation
  • Super Veneers, 3/4 Crowns and All-Ceramic Crowns
  • Ceramic material choices
  • Complex situations – rotated teeth, discolored teeth
  • Try-in pastes
  • Using resin cements of various shades
  • Troubleshooting
  • Polishing systems
  • Occlusal adjustment for chewing pathways
  • Efficiency, limitations, indications

Learning Objectives

  • Learn how to design a veneer/crown case with the end result in mind
  • Learn the science and practical application of adhesive cementation
  • Learn how to create an ideal mock-up and realistic esthetic buy-in
  • Learn how to make hand-sculpted and stent generated provisionals
  • Learn how to perform ideal occlusal adjustments and polishing to prevent chipping
  • Learn which preparation is best for specific clinical findings
  • Understand the material properties of feldspathic and lithium dislocate ceramics
  • When to use which material to prevent or minimize restoration fracture

August 20-22, 2021 8 am – 5 pm at the SDS Learning Center in San Dimas, CA

24 Course hours (Approved by the Dental Board of California for 24 units)

Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks Provided

Course limited to 20 participants


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