Aesthetic Sculpting of Composite Resin - Anterior and Posterior Course For Dentists
Date and LocationThursday, 26th February 2015 - Thursday, 26th February 2015
Lecture: 8.15am - 5.30pm
Hands-on: 8.15am - 5.30pm
The Dental Solution
Level 1, 233 Collins Street
20% discount for Dental ED customers
50% discount for students
$395 + GST = $434.50
7 CPD HOURS
Prerequisite: Day Lecture
$1,295 + GST = $1,424.50 (Includes Lecture)
7 CPD HOURS
Dr. Terry Wong
B.Sc. (Hons) Melb., B.D.Sc. Melb.
Dr. Terry Wong lectures internationally on the topic of composite resin restorations. Presently, Dr. Wong lectures at Melbourne University on the topic of Aesthetic Dentistry and conducts hands-on programs about free handed delivery of composite restorations.
He attended the Las Vegas Institute and studied occlusion at the Kois centre in Seattle. He has been personally instructed by Dr. Newton Fahl of the Fahl School and Art and Science in Aesthetic Dentistry in Brazil. Dr. Wong obtained his degree at Melbourne University in 1987 and maintains a general practice in Melbourne with emphasis on restorative dentistry.
Day 1: Lecture Program
The discovery of composite resin has allowed the Dentist to aesthetically restore diseased and defective anterior and posterior teeth. Beyond the general use of composite resin for minor restorative procedures, there is a growing need to provide cost and tooth saving options for the patient's who require aesthetic changes to their dentition to enhance the look of their teeth. This lecture will focus on aspects related to delivering free-handed composite resin bonded restorations for both anterior and posterior teeth.
Day 2: Full Day Hands-On Program
Posterior Teeth - The participants will be instructed on how to produce an aesthetic class I composite restoration on a molar in the typodont, employing the techniques covered in the lecture including cavity preparation and shade selection.
Anterior Teeth - Achieving symmetry of both central incisors is the fundamental key in delivering aesthetic smiles. The goal of the anterior hands-on component is to work on both central incisors of the typodont and obtain perfect symmetry.