The successful selection of ceramic material for the restoration of teeth requiring crowns is based upon esthetics and function. This presentation will explore the selection of ceramics from aspects of biological compatibility, occlusion, and patient acceptance. Cases demonstrating success and failure of currently utilized ceramic materials will be presented.
At the conclusion of this course, participants will be able to:
• Choose appropriate ceramic materials to restore teeth requiring crowns based upon esthetics and function.
• Compare and contrast the manufacturing techniques of various ceramic crowns.
• Select appropriate cements for various ceramic crowns.
Meet the Speaker: Dr. Chris Wyatt
Dr. Chris Wyatt is Professor and Chair of the Division of Prosthodontics & Dental Geriatrics in the Faculty of Dentistry at the University of British Columbia. Dr. Wyatt graduated with a DMD degree from the University of British Columbia in 1986, a diploma in Prosthodontics in 1995, and an MSc in Dentistry in 1996 from the University of Toronto. In 2010, Dr. Wyatt was appointed as head of the new Graduate Prosthodontics Program at UBC. He is past President of the Association of Prosthodontists of Canada and the British Columbia Society of Prosthodontists.
- Zoom Webinar
- 1.5 Credit Hours
- Tuition: $59
- University of Florida Continuing Dental Education
- CE contact name & email: Angela Debono, Adebono@dental.ufl.edu
- Speaker name & contact info: Dr. Chris Wyatt firstname.lastname@example.org
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