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Ionomers Made Simple For Predictable and Profitable Results 
Presenter: Dr. Lou Graham, D.D.S. Release Date: 10/12/11
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 10/12/20
  Reviewed: 2017        

The Glass Ionomer family of materials has become one of the most valuable clinical components to compliment how dentists deliver direct and indirect restorative dentistry. This course will demonstrate how they can be incorporated effortlessly into your everyday world of adhesion dentistry.

Special emphasis will show the viewers:
• How Glass Ionomers can be placed into deep class 1 and class 2 restorations and actually protect the dentin and act as wonderful dentin replacement, while still requiring composites to be utilized for enamel replacement
• How to best utilize fast setting materials that facilitate immediate pack-ability saving valuable chairside time
• How these materials are a MUST for Geriatric Reparative Dentistry, the largest growing segment in many of our practices
• How these materials can be utilized as crown buildups and true dentin replacement
• Minimally invasive dentistry and its applications with this technology

A non-stop 50 minute presentation of clinical tips and tricks to insure your restorations are sensitive free and last for years with the approach of dentin and enamel replacement.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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