Resin composite restorations for deep caries and heavily broken-down posterior teeth

Fri 10 November 2023 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

Resin composite restorations for deep caries and heavily broken-down posterior teeth

With a contemporary approach to deep caries management and an evidence-based approach to resin composite materials, adhesives and matrix systems - large direct restorations are achievable. Further, they can be a useful, conservative and durable alternative if indirect restorations are not viable.

At the conclusion of this session, you will:

  • understand the current evidence base and the practical considerations for caries removal end points in the restorative management of deep carious lesions
  • be confident in selecting and applying dental dam isolation to improve access and efficiency and to reduce stress
  • understand current variations in enamel and dentine bonding systems and resin composite materials including flowables, injectables and bulk-fills, as well as their applications and limitations to avoid post-operative sensitivity and restorative failures
  • implement various matrix systems and auxiliary methods to predictably rebuild contact points and anatomy in teeth with significant structural loss.

This online blended learning and hands-on pre-clinical session will proceed as follows:

  1. Online web lectures via learning management system Canvas.
  2. A short multiple choice questions (MCQ) to cement your knowledge on the lecture topics. An additional one hour of scientific CPD is awarded. 
  3. Online live Q&A session for follow-up questions and interaction with the presenters.
  4. Hands-on pre-clinical lab session. This session is only available to participants who have first completed the online blended learning lectures, MCQ and live Q&A.

Presented by Dr Michael Wylie.

CPD hours: 8.5 clinical hours

Held in conjunction with 

RSVP by 27/10/2023, limited to 20 participants.

 

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Schedule

This online blended learning and hands-on pre-clinical session will proceed as follows:

  1. Online web lectures via learning management system Canvas.
  2. A short multiple choice questions (MCQ) to cement your knowledge on the lecture topics. An additional one hour of scientific CPD is awarded. 
  3. Online live Q&A session for follow-up questions and interaction with the presenters.
  4. Hands-on pre-clinical lab session. This session is only available to participants who have first completed the online blended learning lectures, MCQ and live Q&A.

 

TIME

SESSION

8:30 am

Registration

9:00 am

Q&A regarding online lecture content

9:15 am

Isolation and Cavity Preparation

10:30 am

Morning Tea

11:00 am

Restoration and Polishing

12:45 am

Q&A

1:00 pm

Close

 

Speakers

Dr Michael Wylie

Dr Michael Wylie has been a practising general dentist since 2001, achieving MFGDP(UK) with the Royal College of Surgeons (England) in 2004, and Fellowship with the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in 2017.

He lectures in general dentistry and dental materials at the University of Melbourne and convenes the DDS2 complex restorative preclinical program.

Dr Wylie examines for the Australian Dental Council and is on committee for the Australian Society of Endodontology.

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