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What is the content of this course?

This Lecture and hands-on course will teach participants the laboratory and clinical steps for implementing BFEP’s (bonded functional esthetic prototypes) using a special light cured structural flowable (that can actually be used for semi-permanent restorations) prior to ECR (veneer) preparation to “trial” the smile for increased predictability of case acceptance.

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This Lecture and hands-on course will teach participants the laboratory and clinical steps for implementing BFEP’s (bonded functional esthetic prototypes) using a special light cured structural flowable (that can actually be used for semi-permanent restorations) prior to ECR (veneer) preparation to “trial” the smile for increased predictability of case acceptance.

The step-by-step process of 2 different types of ECR preparations based on the esthetically driven desired outcome will be demonstrated and completed by the participants.

Dr Edward Mclaren

  • Retired Professor at the UCLA School of Dentistry.
  • Founder and first Director at the UCLA Center for Esthetic Dentistry.
  • Founder and first Director of the UCLA/LACC Master Ceramist Program.
  • UCLA Dentistry.
  • Formerly Professor at the University of Alabama School of Dentistry.
  • Founder and First Director of the Advanced Dental Esthetics, Restorative, and Biomaterials Program.
  • Founder and First Director of the Master Ceramist and Digital Dentistry Continuing Education Program.
  • Founder and First Director of the Esthetic and Restorative Continuing Education Fellowship.

10 CE hours (Category 2)

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All-Ceramic and Zirconia Restorations in 2020: Clinical steps

Innovations in digital dentistry and high-strength all-ceramic systems in conjunction with advanced CAD/CAM technology provide us with more opportunity to offer esthetic and function not only in the esthetic zone, but also in high stress posterior occlusion. Each system requires specific tooth preparation, laboratory communication, surface conditioning for luting. Current ceramic primers and luting cements have made these a reality. All-Ceramic Restorations in 2020 is an in-depth look at concepts, procedures and products to enhance the durability of these restorations.

Dr. Nasser Barghi

  • is professor and the director of esthetic dentistry at the UT Health School of Dentistry at San Antonio, TX. He is a prosthodontist from Temple University. He has presented more than 1000 didactic and hands-on clinic courses in over 40 countries. Dr. Barghi is the author and the co-author of numerous publications.

11 CE hours (Category 2)

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