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Annual Meeting, Friday June 5, 2015
“Everyday Dentistry —More than Everyday Esthetics Results” with Dr. Robert Margeas
(8 hours CE/AGD Operative Lecture Credit)
This lecture is designed for today’s esthetically minded, real world dentist and staff. Dr. Margeas will review dozens of direct and indirect clinical cases, step-by-step. These include: porcelain veneers from preparation to cementation. Direct composite resin veneers, class IV restorations, diastema closure, and porcelain repair. Creating perfect ovate pontic sites following extraction. Simplified implant techniques with immediate extraction, placement, and provisionalization. Treating the worn dentition. The techniques learned can be incorporated into your practice immediately.
- You will learn how to properly layer and finish composite resins that mimic nature
- Provisionalize immediately following implant placement
- Porcelain veneers — from preparation to cementation
- Learn how to diagnose and treat the worn dentition
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Hands-on Training Friday, Saturday & Sunday (June 5, 6 & 7, 2015)
16 hrs. CE/AGD Operative Participation Credit
Predictable Porcelain Veneers
Porcelain veneers can be the strongest restoration in dentistry or the weakest. The treatment planning and preparation design makes all the difference. Bonding to enamel is the most predictable and best way to creating longevity when dealing with porcelain veneers. This handson course will allow you to create beautiful restorations without destroying tooth structure. Preparation design will be shown in detail step by step. Adhesive protocols for optimum results will be discussed. With over 25 years of experience dealing with porcelain veneers, Dr. Margeas will give you insight on how to prevent failures.
- Participants will prepare 6 anterior teeth for porcelain veneers
- Bonding of a veneer will be demonstrated
- Understand how to treat the surface of the restoration for optimum results
- Clinical Cases will be shown step by step
Creating natural looking teeth with composite resins
This hands-on course is designed for today’s esthetically minded, real world dentist and staff who need to be efficient to be profitable. Numerous cases utilizing direct composite resin will be shown step by step. These include class IV restorations, diastema closure, and direct veneers. You will gain an understanding of resins that can offer an alternative procedure to porcelain.
The techniques are minimally invasive, yet highly esthetic and long lasting. The hands-on portion will consist of creating a direct composite veneer that can rival a porcelain veneer, creating an invisible class IV restoration, and performing a diastema closure. This interactive course is done in a step by step manner utilizing a visualizer, so that the participants can watch every aspect of the procedure and then create their own composite masterpiece.
- Learn a freehand technique for direct composites.
- Layering of composites for natural esthetics will be shown live.
- Finishing and polishing techniques that can mimic nature.
Posterior Composite Restoration
This hands-on portion will allow participants to create a class 2 composite restoration using a section matrix system that will insure a tight posterior contact virtually 100% of the time. Sensitivity issues will be addressed and different composite systems will be discussed.
- Learn how to use sectional matrices
- Learn how to prevent post op sensitivity
- Which adhesive systems work best
When / Where:
Lecture: Friday, June 5, 2015 | 7:45am-5:15pm.
The Cornhusker Marriott Hotel 333 S. 13th Street • Lincoln, NE (8 hours CE/AGD Operative Lecture Credit).
(16 hrs. CE/AGD Operative Participation Credit)
Friday, June 5, 2015 | 6:30 – 9 pm
Saturday, June 6, 2015 | 8 am – 5 pm
Sunday, June 7, 2015 | 8 am – 1 pm
UNMC College of Dentistry
40th & Holdrege Streets • Lincoln, NE
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Please Mail Your Payment to: NAGD, 3622 McLaughlin Drive Lincoln, NE 68516 (made payable to the NAGD).
For Credit Card Payment: Call the NAGD Office at 402.438.2321 to pay by Credit Card. Your registration can not be processed until payment is received. An email confirmation will be sent once we receive payment and registration is processed.
PLEASE NOTE: A $45 late fee will be charged if your registration is not received 20 calendar days prior to the meeting.
|Friday Lecture Only (AGD Dentists)||$350 (Register by 2-27-15 and receive a $75 member only discount: $275.)|
|Friday Lecture Only (Non-AGD Dentists)||$600|
|Friday Lecture Only (Staff Member/Assistants/Hygenists)||$100|
|Friday Lecture Only (Dental Students)||$35|
|Friday Lecture Only (Lab Techs)||$175|
|Entire 3-Day Event (AGD Dentists)||$1850 (Register by 2-27-15 and receive a $200 member only discount:$1650) (includes materials, handouts & meals. Lodging not included.)|
|Entire 3-Day Event (Non-AGD Dentists)||$2600 (includes materials, handouts & meals. Lodging not included.)|
- Don’t forget to take advantage of HUGE member only discounts if you register by February 27, 2015! A late fee of $45 will be added if you register after May 10th.
- A block of sleeping rooms have been reserved at the Cornhusker Marriott for $103 until May 14, 2015. Ask for the “Nebraska AGD” rate. To make reservations, call 1-866-706-7706.
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The AGD-Nebraska is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry. The current term of approval extends from 1/1/2014 to 12/31/2017. Provider ID# 219313