Adhesion, Occlusion, and Traditional Preparation

Course Description

Traditionally full mouth rehabilitation has involved invasive treatment protocols, often utilizing full coverage crowns. This can be destructive of tooth substance, expensive for the patient, and when it fails it can have disastrous consequences. These days, both dentists and patients are looking to conserve tooth structure and provide cost-effective solutions while at the same time maximizing esthetics and allowing treatment to be scheduled over time.

Course Size: 40

Learning Objectives
  • What is Minimally Invasive (MI) dentistry and when it is an appropriate treatment option
  • Understand why repairability is more important than longevity
  • Outline diagnosis & predictable treatment planning protocols for MI dentistry
  • Discuss material selection, preparation design, and techniques for different situations (i.e. free hand guided, partial molding, full molding, indirect, and direct-indirect)
  • Identify the keys to long-term success and risk management
Course Details

Target Audience: General Dentists, Specialists

CE Credits: 8

CE Codes: #250(5L), #180(1.5L), #780(1.5L)

Class Hours: Day 1  – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Instructor: Ian Buckle, BDS

Tuition: $995

Recommended Prerequisite: None