Creating Predictable Biomimetic Minimally Invasive Restorations
Dentistry and How It Is Changing Restorative Dentistry
Mark Malterud, DDS, MAGD
This class has been cancelled.
Date: June 1, 2013
Time: 8:00am â 5pm
Credit: 8 CE hrs
Location: OHSU/OAGD Department of Continuing Education, 611 SW Campus Dr. Portland OR 97239
Minimally Invasive Biomimetic Dentistry is the practice of identifying and treating dental pathology as early as possible and treating with materials that mimic nature. This lecture and hands-on course will introduce the concept of biomimetics. Donât miss this exciting course that will cover restorative treatment protocols ranging from early lesions through the gamut of restoratives, including severely damaged teeth. Techniques learned will ensure long term success and predictable bonding.Â Dentists will work in groups at stations where they will experience usingÂ air abrasion, ultrasonics, lasers, and other technologies. Â The participants will be provided the opportunity to work hands-on with each of these technologies using sterile mounted teeth along with techniques for matrixing these special restorations. Participants will also experience fabrication of a simple, single indirect crown providing the opportunity for problem solving many issues that present themselves in our offices every day.
Speaker: Dr Mark Malterud is a 1983 graduate of the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry and practices General and Family dentistry in St. Paul, MN.Â His practice focuses on comprehensive cosmetic general dentistry incorporating Minimally Invasive Biomimetic Dental Procedures. His 2012 lectures include the AGDâs annual meeting in Philadelphia, Academy of Biomimetic Dentistry Biomimetics Conference in Reno, WCMID Portland Oregon, South Dakota AGD Annual meeting, Bend Oregon Study Club presentation on Minimally Invasive dentistry
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