Cementation Simplification: Taking the Mystery Out of Doing Things Correctly

David Hornbrook, DDS

January 2018 Course
Expires: Sunday, January 31st, 2021

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Many times, luting a restoration, rather than adhesive bonding is preferred.  As long the restorative material will support a luted protocol, and the preparation presents with adequate retention, this type of cementation is acceptable.  This is especially true with the stronger, higher flexural strength ceramics and metal reinforced restorations. Join Dr. Hornbrook as he discusses the types of materials available and his recommended cementation protocols for the different restorations.

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COST: $0
PROVIDER: Dental Learning Systems, LLC
SOURCE: CDEWorld | January 2018

Learning Objectives:

  • Discuss the ideal adhesive cementation protocol for anterior all-ceramic crowns and veneers
  • Review how dentinal adhesive agents changed to reduce sensitivity and maximize predictability and how the intaglio surfaces of the restorative materials be treated to optimize adhesion
  • Describe cementation options for posterior teeth including adhesive bonding and the new “bio-active” luting cements


Dr. Hornbrook has received an honorarium from Dental Learning Systems, LLC, for his preparation and presentation of this program. 

Queries for the presenter may be directed to justin.romano@broadcastmed.com.