All-Ceramic Adhesion Bridges

Dr. Raymond Bertolotti

Dr. Raymond Bertolotti

Wednesday, August 21, 2024
5:00 pm PST / 8:00 pm EST

Choosing the best materials and applications for all-ceramic restorations.

The techniques and products used in restorative dentistry continue to progress – to the advantage of dentists and patients alike. It’s important to stay apprised of the types of zirconia, porcelain, and adhesion materials for the best outcome of bridges and implants.

Dr. Raymond L. Bertolotti joins DOCS Education to present All-Ceramic Adhesion Bridges – a comprehensive look at the best materials and applications for quality all-ceramic restorations. Through lecture and examples, you’ll learn about the revolutionary zirconia adhesion bridges that involve almost no prep, and much more.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn why only Y3 zirconia (3 mol% yttria-stabilized) does not fracture.
  • Identify the only porcelain brand that works best on zirconia – and why.
  • Discuss the best alternative to most anterior implants.
  • Learn why IPS e.max is typically superior to posterior zirconia.
  • Discover how to bond to zirconia, simply and strongly.

Webinar Details:

Title: All-Ceramic Adhesion Bridges
Date & Time: Wednesday, August 21, 2024 at 5:00 pm Pacific / 8:00 pm Eastern
Presented By: Dr. Raymond Bertolotti
CE Credits: 1.5
Cost: $0

About the Presenter(s):

Dr. Raymond Bertolotti is perhaps best known for introducing “total etch” to North America in 1984. He has been credited with coining the phrase “adhesion dentistry” in 1985. Dr. Bertolotti first used “Adhesion Dentistry” when he re-titled his “Cosmetic Dentistry” seminar, reflecting the true nature of what he was using to achieve aesthetic results with minimal invasion.

In America, Dr. Bertolotti also introduced Caries Detector in 1984, Panavia in 1985, cantilevered PFM adhesion bridges in 1986, intraoral tin plating in 1989, self-etching primers in 1992, HealOzone in 2004, and cantilevered zirconia adhesion bridges in 2017. The sectional Contact Matrix system, “MicroPrime B”, Accolade PV, “Microetcher” air-abrasion, and intraoral tin-plating are also his innovations. His materials and techniques continue to reflect a compilation of international knowledge which has been evolved into a “how to do it” seminar with international recognition.

 

*Trial Membership Offer is open to dentists who have not participated in the Trial Membership program within the past two (2) years. After 60 days, if not cancelled, the Trial Membership will upgrade to a Standard Membership at $54.95/mo for a one-year commitment. Refer to terms of service for details.

 


DOCS Education 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 the AGD for Fellowship/Mastership and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. The current term of approval extends from 09/17/2000 to 12/31/2026. Provider ID# 217651.

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