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Released: Friday, July 8, 2022
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Restorative Dentistry Strategies

Commercial Supporter: Tokuyama Dental America

This thematic CDEWorld eBook features two continuing (CE) articles. The first CE article describes current advances in adhesive systems. The second CE article discusses the importance of the “form follows function” paradigm in creating anterior restorations. A peer-to-peer article describes the author’s personal experience with the use of a universal flowable composite. Download to earn 4 FREE CEU now!

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CE 1: The New Generation of Adhesives and Selection Criteria
Gaetano Paolone, DDS
Universal adhesives have received high praise for helping to simplify the steps involved in both direct and indirect restorations, but concerns have also been raised about their bonding strength. This CE article examines strategies for improving bond strength, such as pretreatment with phosphoric acid, and discusses the substrates that are best-suited for the use of universal adhesives. Two case reports are also included.
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC

CE 2: Esthetic Dentistry Built With Sound Functional Principles
Zachary S. Sisler, DDS
This CE article describes how careful clinical analysis of the relationships between the temporomandibular joints, the position of the anterior teeth, the functional pathways of the mandible, and the occlusal foundation is necessary for a functional smile design that will, as the author explains, “stand the test of time.”
Credits: 2 Self-Study CEU
Cost: $0
Provider: Dental Learning Systems, LLC

A Perfect Match Within 20 Minutes
James H. Peyton, DDS
This peer-to-peer article describes the author’s personal experience with the use of a universal flowable composite..

 

 

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