Fri 13 October 2023 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Composites, resins, veneers – 3 modern approaches
Hear three specialists present on planning for complex cases.
Injectable Resin Veneers
Presented by Mr Russell Young
Digital Dentistry has introduced many new techniques and methodologies in recent years that need to be mastered by the modern dentist.
Digital Smile Design and Injectable Resin Veneers are such techniques. In this presentation you will learn all aspects of injectable composite resin veneers from case selection to materials, techniques and finishing.
Learn to understand:
- diagnostics of ideal cases for Injectable Resin Veneers (IRV)
- complete photo protocol requirements for IRV
- steps in completing an IRV case
- pros and cons of IRV.
Includes a printed guide.
Direct composite aesthetics
Presented by Dr Terry Wong
Composite resin can provide the patient with an aesthetic alternative to porcelain veneers with little or no tooth preparation. Dr Terry Wong will discuss what it takes to deliver long lasting restorations, since his experience is such that he has reviewed his own work in later years.
At the conclusion of this session, you will be abe to:
- better understand what is required to deliver aestetic direcct composite resin veneers
- identify the important steps to deliver long lasting restorations
- improve practical skills in delivering beautiful CR veneers.
Non digital aesthetics - wax up and inject
Presented by Professor Ian Meyers
Injection moulding techniques (IMT) utilising translucent silicone templates and high strength injectable composite resins have enabled IMT to become an essential part of everyday restorative practice for all clinicians. This presentation will demonstrate and evaluate the use of IMT for simple and complex restorative situations and assess the outcomes through a range of clinical cases. Clinical tips and tricks on how to achieve improved aesthetic and functional success will be presented and discussed.
At the conclusion of this session, participants will:
- appreciate the benefits of IMT for the reconstruction of anatomical form and function for simple and complex cases
- understand appropriate case selection and preparation for restoration
- recognise the benefits and limitations of a range of contemporary direct restorative materials.
CPD hours: 6 clinical hours
RSVP by 29/09/2023
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Mr Russell Young
Mr Russell Young is a qualified dental prosthetist who combines clinical knowledge and artistry with his experience as a master dental ceramist. His main areas of interest and passion are clinical and laboratory coordination and communication with dental professionals, Digital Smiler Design, implant design and aesthetics, All-on-4 Concept (where he developed the All-on-4 Lab Team Australia for clinicians).
Mr Young is a member of the Australian Dental Prosthetist’s Association of Victoria and a registered prosthetist of the Dental Board of Australia and the Australian Dental Prosthetists Association. He graduated from RMIT as dux of Applied Science of Dental Technology and won the Victorian Chamber of Commerce Study Award and Apprentice of the Year in dental technology. Mr Young was awarded the Overseas Foundation Scholarship by Rotary International to study dental ceramics in New York and Northwestern University Dental School, Chicago. He then returned to Australia and co-founded Omega Ceramics Dental Laboratory, which is today considered one Australia’s leading dental laboratories.
Mr Young also works with the founders of the DSD Scientific International Group as their All-on-4 DSD Master. In 2013, DSD launched a Global Digital Smile Design online service to dental professionals, creating DSD simulations for patients. He has lectured widely on aesthetics and art in dentistry around the world and published articles on dental ceramics in numerous international dental journals
Dr Terry Wong
B.Sc (Hons) Melb, B.D.Sc (Melbourne)
Dr Terry Wong attained his dental degree in 1987 from the University of Melbourne.
Since 2004, he has conducted lectures and hands-on programs for dentists to enhance their skills with composite resin. Dr Wong has lectured internationally throughout Asia, Australia and New Zealand on direct composite resin techniques.
Presently, he teaches postgraduate dental students at the University of Melbourne techniques on composite resin. Dr Wong is an opinion leader for Ivoclar Vivadent and Coltene. He maintains a general practice in Melbourne and his key passions are restorative and aesthetic dentistry and orthodontics.
Professor Ian Meyers
Professor Ian Meyers is currently in general dental practice and is an honorary professor of the University of Queensland School of Dentistry. Professor Meyers has more than 35 years of experience in dental research, clinical dentistry, private practice, university clinics and hospital based dental clinics. He is a fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons, International College of Dentists, Academy of Dentistry International and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. His previous positions include the inaugural Colgate Chair of Dental General Practice Dentistry, Chief Dental Officer for Queensland Health, and President of the Australian Dental Association Queensland Branch.
As a general dental practitioner, Professor Meyers has extensive experience in comprehensive patient care. He has a special interest in diagnosis and management of worn and broken down dentition, geriatric and aged care dentistry, adhesive restorative dental materials, fibre-reinforced composites and the management of patients through minimum intervention dentistry.