Clinical Dentistry: is it safe? The ultimate guide to the minimally invasive management of class II carious lesions
This lecture uses a detailed step-by-step clinical case to provide an update on the latest materials, equipment and evidence-based clinical techniques for the minimally invasive management of class II carious lesions.
By the end of this lecture delegates will be able to demonstrate understanding of all clinical stages in the minimally invasive management of class II lesions, including the following subject areas:
- The evidence base for prevention and non-operative management
- Early detection and diagnosis
- Dentolegal issues relating to caries monitoring
- Minimally invasive operative techniques
- Isolation and adhesion
- Contemporary matrix systems
- Pulp protection
- Direct composite materials (including bulk-fill)
- Placement and shaping techniques
- Optimal light curing protocols
- Finishing and polishing of class II composites
- Maintenance, monitoring and longitudinal risk assessment
Louis Mackenzie is head dental officer at Denplan.
He has been a GDP in mixed and private for 30 years and is a clinical lecturer at the University of Birmingham School of dentistry and King’s College London.
He delivers postgraduate lectures nationally and internationally on direct and indirect restorative techniques, minimally invasive dentistry and clinical photography and runs a series of popular hands-on courses.
To register for this webinar, simply visit www.dentistry.co.uk/webinar.
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