Upcoming Workshops

The first part of the course will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each technique followed by tips on how to prevent and/or overcome each roadblock. Also, we will talk in detail about the layering technique in anterior composite restorations and veneers.

The second part will be a hands-on session to try each technique, experience, and encounter the problems and then solve them. The course uses Nissin typodonts and layered teeth and layered composites.

Sunday, April 18, 2021
Location 
Unit 18U, 951 Wilson Ave. Unit 18 U, North York, M3K 2A7
Tuition description 
875 CAD + HST
Duration 
7 hours
Time 
9:30am - 5:00pm
$875.00

Previous Courses

Previous courses

The first part of the course will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of each technique followed by tips on how to prevent and/or overcome each roadblock. Also, we will talk in detail about the layering technique in anterior composite restorations and veneers.

The second part will be a hands-on session to try each technique, experience, and encounter the problems and then solve them. The course uses Nissin typodonts and layered teeth and layered composites.

Previous courses

Starting from March 2021, This course will be held on Sundays.

This education program addresses practicing and approbated dental professionals. In this course, you will learn everything you need to know about Orthodontics. 

 

Read the Outline in the attached PDF file.

Previous courses

In this course, basic aspects of preparation, bending, temporization, and laboratory aspects of porcelain veneers are discussed and clinical procedures of forming and polishing of composite veneers will be talked about and compared to porcelain veneers, from the standpoint of tooth preservation, longevity, and fees involved in both procedures.

Technical procedures in Emax restorations will be demonstrated by Dr. David Moore MDT from Shaw Lab Group.