Hands-on Courses

Esthetic Restorative Dentistry

June 24 - 25, 2022

This 2-day dental course covers the Paradigm shift to Modern Occlusion, Function, and TMJ. The terms Cranio-mandibular Dentistry and Occlusion Medicine describe very well the extend of impact our dental profession has on teeth and their surrounding structures, but also on the musculoskeletal system and even on the entire human physiology...

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July 21 – 24, 2022

Esthetics and function are equal concerns in restorations. However, the excessive strength of conventional prosthetic crowns can transfer tremendous stress to the roots and can result in root fractures. Therefore, the modulation of strength should be considered to avoid catastrophic failures

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August 11-14, 2022

Didier Dietschi will teach you the unmatched advantages of “free-hand bonding” and its relative simplicity. Applying the full potential of modern composite techniques will result in tissue preservation, amazing longevity, cost reduction, and excellent esthetics. Raise your bar in Advanced Composite Applications, the Master is yours …

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September 22 - 24, 2022

This course is providing the "missing link" of anterior esthetics. After reviewing ultra-conservative concepts, it will dwell into the study of anterior morphology. Through modelling, layering of composites, and a novel design CAD/CAM technique, Pascal Magne will expand your mind for clinical possibilities of anterior esthetics. Excel in the “Art of Dentistry” …

April 20 - 23, 2023

Whatever you know about adhesive dentistry, this dental course with Pascal Magne on bonded restorations will elevate your skills to the highest level. It is the most valuable restorative course a dentist can take to eliminate all troubles and complications. Wherever you stand in your career, you will leave as a technically better and more mindful dentist, a course not to miss ….

June 15 - 18, 2023

Esthetics and function are equal concerns in restorations. However, the excessive strength of conventional prosthetic crowns can transfer tremendous stress to the roots and can result in root fractures. Therefore, the modulation of strength should be considered to avoid catastrophic failures

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