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Everyday Esthetics with Direct and Indirect Approaches (Hands-On)

About this Seminar

Everyday Esthetics with Direct and Indirect Approaches (Hands-On)

Course Description: Esthetic expectations are a component of every patient’s experience in today’s general practice. As a profession, we have moved from the realm of pain relief and function restoration in our practices to improving and enhancing esthetic nature of a smile. This course is designed for the busy dentist who wants to stay current with the available materials and concepts of dental esthetics.

We will discuss what matters most in dental esthetics, using a six-point checklist of things to consider with every smile. Materials and procedures for altering and correcting the six areas will be covered in detail. The current state of materials available for CAD/CAM same-appointment restorations as well as multi-visit traditional indirect restorations will be presented. The predominant direct composite materials will be reviewed along with the appropriate resin bonding agents.

Learning Objectives:

1. Understand the current materials and capabilities of CAD/CAM ethetics
2.
Know what composite materials are available and the limitations of each
3.
Understand the current generation of bonding agents
4.
Look ahead to what is coming in the near future from these materials

The seminar will be April 11 from 8AM to 4PM and April 12 from 8 - 11AM. There will be 10 CE credits awarded.

This event is sponsored by Kavo Kerr.

Presenters

Dr. Scott Coleman

DDS, MAGD

About Dr. Scott Coleman

DDS, MAGD

Dr. Coleman’s institutional education and intensive continuing education have elevated him to the top of his field. He graduated cumlaude from Stephen F. Austin State University in 1980 with a major in biology and a minor in chemistry. He went onto earn his Doctor of Dental Surgery degree, graduating first in his class at the University of Texas Dental Branch at Houston in 1984. Dr. Coleman is a clinical adjunct professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston School of Dentistry. He has lectured internationally on dental techniques and technology as well as published articles on dental techniques.

When Dr. Coleman isn’t treating patients, or serving on the Board of Regents of his almamater, Stephen F. Austin State University, he leads a very active lifestyle. Dr. Coleman is an avid upland bird hunter, and a licensed pilot and scuba diver.

Cost

DesignationCost
Dental Assistant Cost $150.00
Dental Hygienist Cost $150.00
Non-Sk Dentist Cost $300.00
Dental Therapist Cost $150.00
Dentist Cost $300.00
Price increase as of March 29.
Dental Therapist Cost $225.00
Dentist Cost $450.00
Dental Assistant Cost $225.00
Dental Hygienist Cost $225.00
Non-Sk Dentist Cost $450.00
  • Location ALT HOTEL - 480 2 Ave S, Sasktatoon (across the street from the Remai Modern)
  • Date 2019 April 13
  • Start time 8:00 am
  • End time 4:30 pm
  • Credit hours 7

Note: Registration and payments can be made by filling out the waiver and booking forms and faxing attention:

Jason Korte
Director of Events and Marketing
Communications with College of Dental Surgeons of Saskatchewan at
306-244-2476

For all Inquiries please call 306-222-3738.