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The Injection Molding Technique for Composite Dentistry 
Presenter: Dr. David Clark Release Date: 10/20/10
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 10/20/20
  Reviewed: 2017        

Direct composite restorations are under-promoted and under-appreciated in today’s world of implants and computer assisted ceramics.  Yet direct composites can be the least invasive, most biomimetic and wonderfully esthetic of all restorations.  The challenge is that we must rely on our own hands to create that magic.
Dr. Clark will present creative solutions to overcome the major clinical impediments to modern resin dentistry.

Highlights include:
-- How best can I combine flowable and paste composites and what is the injection molding technique?
-- How can you achieve a mirror like finish with invisible margins in a minute or less?
-- What matrix systems do I need TODAY?
-- What is the staged wedging technique?
-- How can I predictably eliminate black triangles, close diastemas, and restore deep caries with direct composite and the Bioclear Matrix System?

An emphasis will be placed on take home, practical solutions with step by step instructions for the above situations   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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