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1. Veneer Provisionalization
Join Dr. Hornbrook as he discusses the advantages and disadvantages of the materials available today to optimize aesthetics and function in anterior indirect restorative dentistry. He will discuss different ceramic systems available, preparation requirements of these different restorative materials, and proper material selection. Learn the differences in the materials and techniques available today to better understand how to improve treatment plan acceptance, long term prognosis and patient satisfaction.
The Practical Use of Lasers in Dentistry
One technology that has become increasingly utilized in clinical dentistry is that of the laser. Initially introduced as an alternative to the traditional halogen curing light, the laser now has become the instrument of choice in many applications for both periodontal and restorative care. Although the laser offers many advantages over other modalities of treatment, probably the greatest impact it has made is the ability to be used for both hard and soft tissue, often times without the need for anesthesia. Join Dr. Hornbrook as he discusses gingival recontouring, frenectomies, periodontal treatment ovate poetics and hard tissue applications.
3. Prepless Veneers
Prepless, minimal prep and no prep veneers have changed the way the modern clinician looks at the opportunity to offer his or her patient a conservative, yet beautiful smile. Join Dr. Hornbrook as he discusses advantages and disadvantages, indications and contraindications, proper patient selection, preparation ideals, materials, fabrication techniques, preparation requirements and effective Laboratory communication to provide an ideal result.
4. Veneer Cementation
The Tack and Wave Technique
One of the most stressful things we do in restorative dentistry is the placement of multiple veneers at one time. Whether the patient desires 6, 8, 10, or 20 veneers, the expectations and possible problems that can occur are many. The cementation process should be, however, one of the most rewarding procedures in our practice. Join Dr. Hornbrook as he describes a very simple. predictable, and stress free method to cement anterior porcelain veneers and crowns. On a live-patient, Dr. Hornbrook places 10 veneers and discusses, in detail, the try-in of the veneers, selecting the correct shade of resin using try-in gels, adjusting contacts, adhesive systems and cements, and finishing and polishing.
5. New Patient
Join Dr. Hornbrook and his Five-Star Team as they
provide step-by-step strategies for providing the ultimate experience for the “New Patient”. They will discuss greetings and introductions, utilizing case presentation tools, excellent service, prompt attention and creature comforts. Learn the necessary steps of enrollment, including establishing rapport, discovering values and conducting an outstanding New Patient Interview. Make their first visit to your office something to remember!
6. Night Guards
Splint-Indications and Insertions
With all the names and types of splint options available, it is no wonder that dentists today are confused as to which splint to use, and when.
Join Dr. David Hornbrook and Dr. John Nosti as they clarify and simplify the two main splint options in dentistry, and how the majority of splints fall into these categories. Candidates, records, indications, contraindications and insertion of these appliances will be discussed in detail. This DVD will make you more comfortable in prescribing the correct appliance for the patients in your practice starting tomorrow!
7. Correct Bite
How to use a deprogrammer and take an accurate occlusal record
Join Dr. Hornbrook and Dr. Nosti as they provide their unique approach to developing the correct bite, discuss the importance of deprogramming the muscles and how to use a deprogrammer to take the occlusal bite record.
- Detriments of occlusion
- When does occlusion matter
- Erasing muscle memory – deprogramming
- Recommended deprogrammer for your office
- Taking a Centric Relation Bite relationship
- Centric Relation bite as a diagnostic record