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Holy Cow! I Didn't Know You Could Do That with Composite 
Presenter: Dr. John Gammichia Release Date: 5/24/23
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 5/24/26
AGD Subject Code: 780  

This CE webinar opens your mind to the endless possibilities of composite. If you have a superior bond, then you can do anything. Dr. Gammichia will walk you through doing a 2, 3,4 and 5 cusp posterior restoration. Hey, it’s the real world out there and when you tell someone they need a crown, what do you do if they can’t afford it? Let’s restore it with composite. How about the huge deep hole in a tooth? Can all your patients afford an RCT and core and a crown? Start to think outside of the box and treat these patients more conservatively. The restorations are beautiful, less expensive for the patients (very profitable for you) and they last for decades.

During this CE webinar, we will
• Learn and perform fast & predictable techniques for direct posterior composite restorations
• Understand bonding systems & resin-based composites and how to correctly use them
• Identify and put into practice principle of form, texture, and color necessary to perform beautiful composite restorations
• Learn and discuss "incomplete caries removal"
• Learn how to perform complex composite restorations with ease
• Discuss how to do more conservative dentistry and still profit and thrive
• Learn the "top 10" list of products you need to succeed in the composite world   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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