- Duration: 1.5-3 hours
- Category: Biomimetic Dentistry
This lecture will explore the use of indirect restorations in biomimetic dentistry, a treatment approach that aims to preserve and restore the natural structure and function of teeth. Adhesive procedures that maximize bond strength are used to repair teeth and replicate the structural properties and biomechanics of intact teeth. Indirect restorations such as inlays and onlays offer numerous benefits and are preferred over more invasive options like crowns. The course will cover the principles of tooth preparation, material selection, and treatment techniques for creating biomimetic restorations. By understanding these concepts, practitioners can transform their approach to restoring teeth.
By the end of the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand the principles of biomimetic dentistry.
- Identify the advantages of using indirect restorations in biomimetic dentistry
- Select appropriate materials for creating biomimetic restorations.
- Apply adhesive procedures and techniques to maximize bond strength in biomimetic restorations