Temporaries - Crowns, Veneers and Onlays (3 days)
As we start moving from single tooth dentistry to more complex multiple tooth dentistry, the temporary restoration become an invaluable tool. Mastering temporary restorations and being able to produce stable temporaries that look good and fit well will allow you to take the time needed to improve the quality and predictability of your treatment and give you the confidence and ability to start treating more complex cases. Good temporaries reduce stresses and allow you to stay in control of your cases.
- Temporisation: the importance of mastering temporary crowns that achieve perfect soft tissue integration.
- What temporary materials are available and which one works the best?
- Laboratory made provisionals: when is it best to choose them and why .
- Troubleshooting with temporaries: Avoiding De-cementation, Breakage, Staining
- How to make veneer temporaries stay cemented? How to remove them without breaking? How to avoid staining?
- Learn to use Acrylic Resin for crown and bridge temporisation - realise its advantages over Bis-acryl
- Remargination and aesthetic trimming/shape modification of temporary crowns.
- Veneer temporaries with Bis-acryl and flowable composite.
- Fit and trim a set of “shell temporaries”
- Temporise a posterior onlay