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Simplifying the Placement of Posterior Composite Restorations 
Presenter: Dr. Bob Lowe Release Date: 1/18/18
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 1/18/21

In this information filled CE webinar, Dr. Lowe will discuss and demonstrate techniques to simplify the placement of direct posterior composite restorations. Traditional layering techniques can be tedious and time consuming. The use of bulk fill materials can simplify the process and save valuable chair time, while recent developments in bulk fill technologies produce excellent results for both the patient and the doctor. Other clinical challenges of placing Class II direct composites (proximal contact and contour) and soft tissue management will also be discussed.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will be able
• to demonstrate the use of bulk fill composite materials to decrease layering and increase placement efficiency.
• to discuss how bulk fill materials have developed and improved over time.
• to discuss how sectional matrix can accurately reproduce contact and contour for proximal surfaces.
• to learn how to manage soft tissue issues when placing Class II composite resins.
• to use finishing and polishing techniques that create natural surface texture and reflection   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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