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  • Professor Raymond Bertolotti adhesion dentistry Key Topics 'Impossible to walk out of this program being the 'same' dentist. An excellent course with so much new information. It opened my eyes to practising dentistry in a whole different way and a much more positive way that will benefit my patients' SEMINAR PROGRAM Day 1: 'CURRENT CONCEPTS' Contents Day 2: 'ADVANCED CONCEPTS' Contents Update on the Latest Bonding Technology Understanding self-etching primers Why phosphoric etching of dentine is contra-indicated when using self-etching primers Long term stability of dentine bonding Choosing the best light source Bond tooth fragment without composite Porcelain Repairs that Actually Work Porcelain chips and metal exposure Eliminate need for HF Repair fractured metal on bridge Make endo opening disappear Fully opaquing metal Highlights of Posterior Composite Techniques Bite formed occlusion Eliminate recurrent caries Excellent contacts Convert a Class II into a Class I Why flowable composites are the best first increment Wedge may be contraindicated Controlled 9 year clinical trial: GIC liner vs. no GIC liner Adhesion Bridges Metal backed, successful designs Why eloctrolytic etching of metal is contraindicated Metal free, successful designs Speeding and slowing Panavia Composites Why high shrinkage does not matter What determines composite wear rate Choosing the best materials Increasing retention of class V fillings Eliminate Post-Op Sensitivity Thermal sensitivity Bite pressure sensitivity Why Class I is the most ...
  • C-Shaped Mandibular Molar CBCT scan demonstrating the axial view of the C -shaped mandibular molar with PA radiolucency
  • Removal of Large Ameloblastoma of Mandible Pre-operative clinical interview, examination with patient who had cyst removed then developed ameloblastoma of mandible. Post operative examinations are also shown. Orig. air date: JAN 22 75 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at:
  • Delivery of Immediate Maxillary Complete Denture Shows the complete procedure in four parts: pre-operative, post-operative, twenty-four hours follow-up, and seven days follow-up. Orig. air date: AUG 19 74 This is part of the Open.Michigan collection at: