Curso Pascal Magne

Predictable Aesthetics and Longevity with Bonded Porcelain Restorations. Esthetic Posterior Restorations: Mastering Direct, Semi-direct and Indirect Techniques.


As últimas décadas foram revolucionárias para a medicina dentária, no âmbito da Dentísteria restauradora e da reabilitação oral, de um modo geral.
Princípios que estavam estabelecidos, tais como o conceito de retenção e resistência têm sido reformulados com a evolução da técnica adesiva.
Os materiais envolvidos nesta nova abordagem sofreram, eles próprios, inúmeras alterações.
Esta Pós-Graduação, pretende através de um corpo clínico internacional, dar a conhecer  aos participantes o conceito recente da dentísteria adesiva minimamente invasiva.
O curso será desenvolvido aliando prática pré-clínica a uma fundamentação científica consolidada e abrangente.

Coordenação: Prof. Doutor José João Mendes, Mestre Paulo Monteiro, Dr. João Rua

Total de ECTS: 3


8 & 9 April 2016
ADHESIVE & AESTHETICS ANTERIOR RESTORATIONS (part I)
(2 days course)

Through the knowledge of dental morphology, function, biomechanics and adhesive dentistry, anterior bonded restorations have the potential to mimic the natural dentition.
Additive techniques (wax-up/mockup, composite resin additions) are paramount to the diagnostic, preparation and designing of beautiful, functional and minimally invasive restorations. The symbiotic relation of enamel, dentin and the dentin-enamel complex can be mimicked by the synergistic use of current materials.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Optimize your bonding technique and protocols in the anterior dentition.
2. Understand the diagnostic approach to smile design (wax-up and mock-up).
3. Learn how to provide your patients with the best treatment options for anterior teeth.
 
17 & 18 February 2017
ADHESIVE & AESTHETICS POSTERIOR RESTORATIONS (part II)
(2 days course)

Indications for bonded restorations in the posterior dentition will be presented, including the biomimetic approach to severe loss of coronal substance and nonvital teeth through the use of CAD/CAM systems. The increasing performance of computers have allowed the development of the so-called “virtual dental patient.” Coupled to powerful digitization and manufacturing devices, those systems have opened new restorative approaches, including the use of high-performance biomaterials (polymers and ceramics) manufactured under controlled and standardized industrial conditions.

Learning Outcomes:
1. Enhance procedures for direct bonded posterior restorations and semi-direct CAD/CAM inlays/onlays.
2. Understand biomaterials used in chairside CAD/CAM systems.
3. Describe new trends in the use of chairside CAD/CAM systems that will enhance patient care.

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