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regional – Anterior direct restorations

Anterior direct restorations

The ability to create like-like restorations has never before been closer to reality using direct techniques. For this however to become reality we need to have visual acuity like a technician and a knowledge base of the composite resins we are using to create such effects. An appreciation of dental anatomical features and finishing processes is also essential. This presentation discusses the modalities used to replicate nature in the most conservative fashion possible. The lecture will discuss the factors to be considered together with a practical demonstration to help achieve a blend of optical properties. 

Learning Objectives:

  • to appreciate the systematic process of layering and why it is required
  • the importance of anatomy and form
  • finishing and polishing protocols to bring your composite resin to life

speaker – Andrew Chandrapal

Andrew Chandrapal

Andrew has gained knowledge in all aspects of restorative disciplines and continues to update his knowledge with international studies on a regular basis. His interests and skills have led to attaining a Distinction in a double Masters of Clinical Dentistry (MClinDent) in fixed and removable prosthodontics as well as 2 further academic diplomas. He is also a Graduate of the Kois Centre, based in Seattle – of which only a handful have attained this 9-step level of training within the UK. 

Andrew is Immediate Past President of the British Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a long-standing member of the AACD, the International Team for Implantology, the Association of Dental Implantology and the British Society of Occlusal Studies.

He is also an educator to other dentists on a nationally and international level. Andrew is a key opinion leader to the industry and advisor to dental publication within the disciplines of aesthetic dentistry, treatment planning and composite resin artistry.

Regional – Precision prep design

Precision prep design

Learning objectives:

  • When to choose indirect rather than direct restorations
  • Indications for veneers vs crowns
  • Occlusal considerations
  • Emax vs zirconia, advantages of using each
  • Minimal preparation technique
  • Perfect impression technique
  • How to make beautiful provisional restorations
  • Bonding technique for emax and veneers
  • Finishing techniques for perfect gingival health

speaker – Attiq Rahman

Attiq Rahman

Dr Attiq Rahman qualified from Glasgow Dental School in 1994 and is in full time private practice in Glasgow. His practice is limited to Implant, Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry at Visage Clinic, Glasgow of which he is Clinical Director. Dr Rahman lectures nationally and internationally on the subject of Implant and Aesthetic Dentistry.

Dr Rahman is an IFZI certified trainer in Implantology and runs training courses in Restorative Dentistry and Precision Preps throughout the UK.

venue – Glasgow IET

IET Glasgow: Teacher Building

IET Glasgow: Teacher Building
14 St Enoch Square
Glasgow G1 4DB

regional – about

About this regional meeting

We are rolling out a new format for BACD regional meetings in 2017.  Meetings will run for a full day, on a Saturday

There will be 2 or 3 speakers, and you will gain 7 hours of CPD

Members pay £49, non-members (affiliate members) pay £199

Registration Closed
1 Day Recommended Meeting
29 April 2017 12:00 am - 12:00 am
Members £49.00
Non-Members £199.00
7 CPD Hours