At present day tooth preparation, using correctly the new adhesive materials and techniques, and performing tooth-colored restorations are the major objectives of modern restorative dentistry.
Anterior restorations are among the most common operative procedures. They range from simply approaches to more difficult class IV restorations. These large dental defects pose a formidable challenge.
The restorations, in vital and endodontically treated tooth, must be strong enough to resist the occlusion forces while being greatly esthetic at the same time. The technique is demanding and requires proper time as well as a good clinical approach.
This session is designed by Professor Antonio Cerutti to inform the dental professional how best to overcome these challenges. Working with a strategic approach that will lend itself to highly consistent outcomes, each delegate will raise their skill level, giving them more confidence when approaching these situations in everyday practice.