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LECTURE

12 CE credits

DAY 2

10:30 am - 12:30 pm

ACHIEVING THE PERFECT SMILE WITH CROWNS & VENEERS

DR. TODD SNYDER

8:00 am - 10:00 am

MAKING WINE FROM SQUISHED GRAPES MAKES SENSE: POSTERIOR RESTORATIVE TECHNIQUES AT A GLANCE

DR. MICHAEL MIYASAKI

Friday, September 28, 2018

Dr. Snyder received his doctorate in dental surgery from the University of California. He continued his education by learning from and working under some of the most sought after leaders in dentistry, as well as graduating from the prestigious F.A.C.E. Institute for complex gnathological (functional) and temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD). Dr. Snyder lectures both nationally and internationally on numerous aspects of dental materials, techniques, occlusion and equipment. He has been on the faculty at U.C.L.A. and is currently on the faculty at Esthetic Professionals. Dr. Snyder has authored numerous articles in dental publications and has published a book on contemporary restorative and cosmetic dentistry.

ABOUT DR. TODD SNYDER

Dr. Miyasaki owns and works in his practice in Sacramento, CA. Having been in practice for 30 years he experiences the challenges facing our profession and for 27 years has been teaching his colleagues around the world the latest techniques to achieve greater success while building their practice. He practices what he teaches and today enjoys sharing with his colleagues hoping to make a positive change in their professional life by making their lives easier and their business more profitable with the ultimate goal of making their patients happier and healthier.

ABOUT DR. MICHAEL MIYASAKI

COURSE OUTLINE:

COURSE OUTLINE:

The ability to create a beautiful smile is not easy. To create The Perfect Smile you must first understand what each individual wants inside their head. Creating a three dimensional blue print allows everyone to see where a case is going and provides the road map of how to get there. Implementing key materials and techniques can make the process extremely precise so that incredible results can be achieved. This program will highlight the best techniques and tools to create The Perfect Smile for each patient when using crowns and veneers.


 The Following Topics Will Be Discussed:

• Diagnostic tools to better sell cases and improve outcomes

• Accurate preparation tools to consistently remove the right amount of tooth structure

• Better temporary techniques for small to big cases

• More accurate impressions by implementing better tools


 Who Should Attend: 

This course is for the entire dental office who are looking to expand their indirect treatment knowledge.

This presentation in California’s wine country will discuss bread-and-butter posterior restorative techniques that make sense. Starting with multi-surface direct restorations with the complexity of an earthy Cabernet and taming it to a sweet Moscato. Learn how to bond sensitivity-free and create the right contours and contacts, and how it is much like creating a bold fine wine. And when placing an indirect posterior restoration the steps you should follow to properly pair the material to the need, but understanding that sometimes you just have your favorite flavor. Whether you are a wine drinker or not you will take away tips (or sips) of information that will leave a fruitful after taste on your palate.


 The Following Topics Will Be Discussed:

• Review ten critical factors that you need to address when bonding

• Understand what options there are to control sensitivity

• Learn about materials and matrix systems to create the proper contours and colors when placing direct restorations

• Understand how to efficiently prepare, impress and temporize when preparing for an indirect restoration


 Who Should Attend: 

The body of this presentation will cover the core elements of posterior restorations and is designed to intoxicate both dentists and auxillaries.

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