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Enhancing the Esthetics and Function of Ceramic Restorations: Treatment Planning the Materials, Techniques and Procedures for Optimal Clinical Success 
Presenter: Dr. Alan Atlas Release Date: 4/12/10
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 4/12/23
  Reviewed: 2020        

There are key fundamental concepts that will determine the success of indirect esthetic restorations. This concise webcast will demonstrate restorative treatment planning guidelines that fulfill today's esthetic demands and integrate current restorative materials and protocols. Procedures and techniques for esthetic and functional success with ceramic materials will be reviewed based on the most current scientific evidence.

Topics and Objectives:
--Conduct proper treatment planning for the optimum outcome based on scientific evidence
--Understand specific diamonds and the rationale for perfect finish lines
--Obtain predictable impression techniques utilizing simplified retraction and hemostasis
--Simplified provisionalization for indirect restorations.
--Comparison of all CAD-CAM technologies, all-ceramic (stacked and pressed) and Zirconium systems with specific indication for each
--Understand cementation: Materials, adhesives and techniques for each substrate - Metal, Ceramic, Aluminous Oxide and Zirconium
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