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Taking the Class II Restoration to the Next Level...Like the Stratosphere! 
Presenter: John Gammichia, DMD, FAGD Release Date: 8/7/18
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 8/7/21
   

Once you have mastered the Class II composite you now have the tools to do so much more. In the real world, patients come in to my office with a broken tooth and frequently do not have enough money for a crown/onlay. Sometimes they ask me to "pull it" instead of doing a crown. Most dentists have the knowledge to do a large composite restoration. What is stopping you from restoring a broken cusp with the same knowledge? What is stopping you from doing 3,4, and 5 cusps restorations?

In this CE webinar we will briefly go over the class II restoration and the ideal techniques. Dr. Gammichia will then walk the students through his rationale and technique to do exquisite large composite restorations. Lastly, the student will become familiar with next level procedures like saving a bridge by cutting a class II box inside the mesial or distal abutment. Next level techniques like restoring endo treated teeth with composite instead of costly crowns. This CE webinar will show you hundreds of photos of technique and before & afters. And because of this, the student should be excited about implementing the material the very next day.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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