Highly Esthetic Tooth and Implant-Supported Restorations
Highly Esthetic Tooth and Implant-Supported Restorations: An Update on the Latest Materials, Workflows and Techniques for 2021
A step-by-step workflow to improve success rates on single and multiple-unit tooth and implant restorations will be presented. The main objective of this lecture is to show how treatment time optimization and better clinical outcomes are possible with the implementation of diagnostic digital tools like facially driven mock-ups and 3D printing alternatives.
- – Update participants in new methods to elaborate long-term provisional restorations and their respective polishing protocols for optimal esthetics and soft tissue response.
- – Review step-by-step clinical protocols for bonding optimization of full-ceramic restorations with evidence-based concepts.
This course will be recorded and posted for on-demand viewing.
- Course Details: 1 Live Lecture CE Credit - Subject Code 250 - Course Code: MEC 02162021
Julián Conejo DDS MSc
Dr. Conejo is the Clinical CAD/CAM Director at the Department of Preventive and Restorative Sciences, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine, Philadelphia, PA. He conducts research and has multiple publications in peer-reviewed scientific journals on CAD/CAM technology, prosthodontics and implant dentistry. Dr. Conejo has been the recipient of several awards in his field, to include the ICP Research Fellowship in Dental Restorative Materials in 2016 and has lectured in over 35 countries.