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Sticky Situations: Temporary to Permanent Cementation Solutions 
Presenter: Dr. Sam Halabo Release Date: 4/19/21
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 4/19/27
AGD Subject Code: 780 Reviewed: 2024        

Cements can be used in a multitude of ways with great success. However, having the right cement for each situation can be daunting with so many choices in the market place. This CE webinar will illustrate the use of cements from temporary to permanent cases in the everyday dental practice. A discussion on zirconia and E-max restoration cementation will provide a clear method for simple and predictable results. Bonding with some unique materials will be addressed to solve some of dentistry’s puzzling problems. Bleeding and isolation challenges will be addressed. A number of cases will be shown to achieve great success.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, you will:
• Learn great options to cement or bond Zirconia or Emax
• Understand an easy no-sensitivity temporary cementation technique
• See how Isolation methods can prevent contamination and sensitivity
• Address all cementation techniques with minimal to no sensitivity
• Use materials that are time tested and simple to clean up
• Discover ways to control bleeding for better long term success   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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