Within the context of Dentistry today, minimally invasive restorations are on the increase. Continuous updates ensure that adhesive restorations are a strong point in conservative dentistry daily practice.
Professionals need a theoretical and practical workshop to learn how to fit inlays step by step.
The purpose of this course is to teach students so they can acquire the practical and theoretical skills to restore teeth that have experienced a loss of dental structure through indirect adhesive restorations. Throughout the course we will teach students the criteria for when to choose the different indirect restorations, how to design them correctly, as well as the different forms of provisionalisation and cementation that can be used.
Throughout the course students will learn the following concepts:
- Characteristics of biomechanics and teeth.
- Concept of adhesion.
- Capped teeth inlays and crowns. Minimally invasive restorations.
- Reconstructive materials.
- Design of the various inlays.
- Concept of “Immediate Dentin Sealing”.
- Provisional restorations.
- Taking impressions.
- Material for cementing indirect restorations.
- Techniques for undertaking indirect restorations.
- Cementation techniques.
So they can undertake the following actions.
- Correctly isolate teeth.
- Undertake a correct build-up and immediate dentine sealing.
- Know how to undertake a design for an inlay correctly.
- Know how to undertake a design for an onlay correctly.
- Know how to undertake a design for an overlay correctly.
- Know the different types of materials.
- Know and be able to implement two different inlay cementation techniques.
The course is aimed at general dentists and stomatologists.