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3M Symposium how to simplify success in adhesive dentistry?

Sigrid Hader (Germany)
Paulo Monteiro (Portugal)
Ana Sezinando (Portugal)

Time: 13:00 - 15:00
Room: : 111-112
Language: English
Chair(s): Paulo Monteiro (Portugal)
CERP: No

Learning Objectives

  • > Modern adhesive dentistry allows for aesthetic and functional outcomes, but it can get very complex
  • > Companies develop materials to reduce the amount of steps needed to obtain clinical success in daily practice
  • > Clinical examples for simplifying success in the direct and indirect clinical procedures in daily practice will be given

Abstract

Nowadays aesthetic is fundamental for our patients. In parallel, in our dental treatments we must always combine aesthetic with functionality, longevity and bio-compatibility.

The current restorative materials available (composite resins, adhesives, cements and ceramics), allow us to create restorations with optical and mechanical properties similar to natural tooth tissues - ideally with the use of simple and reliable techniques.

Sometimes we have questions about which is the optimal treatment and material: direct or indirect? composite or ceramic? According to the latest data from the scientific literature, we will clarify the indications/contraindications and advantages/disadvantages of direct and indirect restorations through step by step clinical procedures, and discuss how procedures can be simplified.

THE “HOW” FROM A COMPANY AND MATERIALS PERSPECTIVE
Sigrid Hader (Germany)

THE “HOW” FOR CLINICAL SUCCESS IN DAILY PRACTICE: DIRECT RESTORATIONS SIMPLIFIED
Paulo Monteiro (Portugal)

THE “HOW” FOR CLINICAL SUCCESS IN DAILY PRACTICE: INDIRECT RESTORATIONS SIMPLIFIED
Ana Sezinando (Portugal)

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