Building Natural Smiles with Direct Composite Materials
MasterPath Course 3
A RARE two-day lecture and hands-on experience!
James Peyton, DDS, FAACD
Richard G. Stevenson III, DDS, FAGD, FACD, ABOD
This two-day lecture and hands-on course will review the latest advancements in the broad realm of anterior composite 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 esthetic composite restorations possible. Function (Dynamic Occlusion) plays as important as a roll as shade matching and contours in this challenging arena of direct restoration. Both the new practicianer and the experienced will find something valuable in this intensive course.
- Step-by-step Protocol
- Shade matching
- Diagnostic wax-ups and putty guides
- Layering techniques
- Matrix systems – are they all the same?
- Imperceptible Class III, IV, and V restorations
- Direct facial composite veneers (“bonding”)
- Diastema Closure
- Preparation designs – angled bevels and starburst bevels
- Composite materials
- Complex situations – rotated teeth, discolored teeth
- Using tints and opaques
- Polishing systems
- Occlusal adjustment for chewing pathways
- Efficiency, limitations, indications
- Learn how to design a successful direct composite esthetic result which lasts
- Learn the science and practical application of composite layering
- Learn how to incorporate tints and opaques into composites
- Learn how to build class IV composites with a lingual putty stent
- Learn how to perform ideal occlusal adjustments and polishing
November 2-3, 2019: Saturday and Sunday 8 am – 5 pm at the SDS Learning Center in San Dimas, CA
This 2-day course offer 14 units of CE Credit. All of our courses offer both California and ADA/CERP CE Credit.
Stevenson Dental Solutions, Inc. is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP.
Breakfast, Lunch and Snacks Provided
Course limited to 12 participants