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101 Uses For Flowable Composites 
Presenter: Michael Morgan, D.D.S. Release Date: 1/30/14
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 1/30/21
  Reviewed: 2018        

Flowable composite resins have a multitude of uses in general restorative dentistry. Their low viscosity and ability to be placed in very small and precise increments makes them the ideal restorative material in many instances. This CE webinar will provide clinicians with the knowledge and skills to comfortably and predictably use flowable composites in many treatment modalities. Subjects discussed will include sealants, Class I, II and V direct resin restorations, indirect restoration block-out, provisionalization, mockups, occlusion and repairs/renewals.

Upon completion of this CE webinar, the student will:
1. Discover a variety of uses for low viscosity resins.
2. Learn a predictable method to accurately place the first increment in a direct resin restoration.
3. Discover techniques to block out darkly stained dentin to prevent grey show through.
4. Follow a quick and accurate technique to mockup anterior restorations.
5. Understand how flowable resins can be used for different types of restorations in the same quadrant for efficiency.
  ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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