All Dominic Hassall Training Institute courses are designed to expand the clinical skills of the dental practitioner via a range of teaching methods including web based learning, seminars, lectures, case presentations and numerous practical and tooth preparation exercises.
What's it about?
This workshop session is for all dentists who wish to experience a unique approach to modern composite dentistry. The Bioclear Method offers unique and cutting edge alternative to traditional out dated direct composite restorations. It introduces the use of ‘injection moulding’ composite placement techniques with the use of the anatomic David Clark matrix system.
This exciting and innovative system is included in Dominic Hassall’s highly successful PG Cert course in Contemporary Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry and the Advanced Course in Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry, as well as standalone courses.
Claire Burgess, a member of the Smile Concepts team, hosts the workshop at Stars of Dentistry.
Background: Direct composites are underappreciated in today’s world of implants and computer-assisted ceramics. Posterior tooth preparations have not been significantly reinvented from the 1890 G V Black models. Those preparations no longer have a place in today’s composite dentistry. Dentist and inventor Dr David Clark founded Bioclear in 2007, creating a new system for a modern approach to restorative dentistry. The Bioclear Method provides the latest, most progressive products, an evolution from traditional preparations, and anatomical matrix systems, for both anterior and posterior composite restorations. The method gives dentists the tools and equipment to provide longer lasting, stronger, and aesthetically superior composites.
Composite can be the least invasive restorative option, producing a natural and wonderfully aesthetic restoration.
Participants can perform injection moulding to create ideal margins and rounded emergence profiles on a deep anterior carious cavity. Realistic soft tissue dentoforms, Bioclear Matrices, Composite heaters and 3M Filtek Supreme Ultra flow and paste composites will be utilized.
Receive an update and hands on evaluation of modern matrices, wedges and separators
Discover heated composite
How best to combine flowable and liquefied paste composites and what is the injection moulding technique
Solutions to avoid the most common mistakes that lead to poor results when performing anterior composites
This workshop takes place at 11:10 - 12:40 and is available to attendees of Dentistry 17: Stars of Dentistry. Unfortunately places are extremely limited to 25 people, so book ASAP to avoid dissappointment.