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“Back to the Future” with Glass Ionomer Materials 
Presenter: Dr. Jeff Brucia Release Date: 9/29/17
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 9/29/20
   

Frustrated with the unexpected failure? Wishing for greater predictability. Still getting post-operative sensitivity? Observing short-term marginal leakage? The numerous choices in restorative materials have confused the clinician as to what is best indicated in a given situation. Recent introductions in “Universal Adhesives” and “All in One” cements have made claims of improvements in function and simplicity in technique.

This CE webinar provides an overview of another option you should consider using everyday. A comprehensive discussion of the ever-changing world of Glass Ionomers will address the following questions. Do they still cause sensitivity? Are they any more aesthetic? Are they strong enough? How and where should they be used? Do they adhere to tooth structure? This webinar is a must for any practitioner that is considering an operative procedure in a less than ideal clinical situation.

During this CE webinar, the clinician will
• review the different materials available in the glass ionomer category
• understand the clinical indications for use
• learn the step-by-step clinical placement techniques   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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