Deep margin elevation for the general dentist. This technique isn’t always necessary, but incorporating it into your arsenal can greatly increase the efficiency of your workflow, as well as the improve the final outcome of your restorations.
In this course we will discuss what situations benefit most from a DME approach. We will also cover the most challenging aspects of managing extremely difficult class II restorations including isolation, matrix selection and placement, and how to better control the contour of these subgingival fillings.
If you're unable to attend live, don't worry. All registrants will automatically receive a recording of the webinar 1 business day after the live event.
- Understand the 3 keys to achieving success when restoring subgingival class II preparations.
- Recognize when to implement the deep margin elevation technique.
- Learn how to better manage the shape, contact, and marginal seal when restoring subgingival class II preparations.
- Develop a systematic approach to your workflow.
- 1) One (1) hour of Lecture (live/interactive) CE credit will be provided.
- AGD Subject Code 250
- No required prerequisites
- This course is free but you're required to register in advance.
Dr. John D. Corey earned his DDS from Baylor College of Dentistry in Dallas, TX. He went on to complete an Advanced Education in General Dentistry residency at Texas A&M College of Dentistry where he received the Excellence in Restorative Dentistry Award from The Southwest Academy of Restorative Dentistry. Currently, he maintains a private practice in West Michigan where he also works as an independent tester and product developer for restorative dental products and prototypes. Dr. Corey has a passion for helping other dentists through continuing education opportunities.