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Tips and Tricks in General Practice 
Presenter: Dr. Gary Radz Release Date: 8/27/14
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 8/27/20
  Reviewed: 2017        

One of the most common restorative procedures in any general dental practice is Class I and II posterior composites. This CE webinar is designed to show highly efficient and predictable techniques using the latest bonding agents and composite resins to help the restorative dentist provide their patients with the best restorations possible in the least amount of time. A focus will be on demonstrating proven techniques as well as selection of what types of composite resins will work best in different clinical situations. There will be discussion on the use of the most current generation of bonding agents and the proper techniques for different situations. Lastly will be a discussion of the use newest base/liner materials in conjunction with deeper resin restorations.

During this CE webinar, the student will
• learn highly efficient and predictable techniques using the latest bonding agents and composite resins
• focus on demonstrating proven techniques
• what types of composite resins work best in different clinical situations
• discuss current generation bonding agents and proper techniques for different situations   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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