Dan Lazar

Dan Lazar

International Speaker

Since 2015 he is an Style Italiano member Dan Lazar is lecturing in Romania and abroad since 2009 on different topics: direct composite restorations, anterior prosthodontics and dental photography.
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Dan Lazar, graduated from the Faculty of Dentistry in 2005 in Cluj-Napoca, Romania, followed by many post-graduate trainings in prosthetic and restorative dentistry in Romania and Europe.
From 2007-2009 he was teaching at the Faculty of Dentistry, Iuliu Hatieganu Cluj-Napoca, at the Restorative department. Since 2005-2016 is working in a private practice in Oradea, Romania. From 2016 he work in his private dental clinic- Clinica LAZAR.
The passion of beauty push him to study more about dental photography from technical to art and the aesthetic perception of smile and balance design of anterior region. As a lecturer the main topics of interest are – dental photography, composite restorations in anterior and posterior region and prosthodontics.
Since 2015 he is an Style Italiano member Dan Lazar is lecturing in Romania and abroad since 2009 on different topics: direct composite restorations, anterior prosthodontics and dental photography.
LECTURE ABSTRACT
SHAPE – predictable steps with composite in 4 anterior clinical situations
Dan Lazar, DDS, Oradea, RO

The increased use of direct composite restorations can be mainly attributed to patient demand for aesthetic restorations in a very short time and the availability of composites with high strength and excellent aesthetics offered by the dental companies.
When the dentist chooses the direct composite restoration as a treatment plan option, this should meet several criteria such as: minimally invasive approach, good match of the colour, good finishing and polishing, functional and aesthetic biomimetic.
In all composite restorations is always preferred a smooth and highly glossy surface. The aesthetic considerations and the oral health are the reasons why a properly finished composite restoration is desirable.
Shaping, contouring, finishing and polishing are the most important steps in successfully creating bonded and long term restorations.
In order to simplify the clinical procedures when the dentist should reconstruct the anterior region with composite, an easy classification of clinical situations might be useful. A small incisal margin, an extended incisal margin, a proximal cavity reconstruction and a veneer reconstruction are the most frequent clinical situations.
For each situation, a step by step procedure helps the dentist to have better aesthetic results and to spend less chair time.
The achievement of an anatomical SHAPE of the composite resin has always been a clinical challenge and new methods and materials have been appearing on the market, day by day, to accomplish this important step.

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