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Form and Function: The keys to successful direct restorations

January 20, 2022 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm PST

$50 – $590

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MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): AGD Member Dentist
$ 490.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): Non-AGD Member Dentist
$ 590.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): AGD Member Staff
$ 150.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): Non-AGD Member Staff
$ 250.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): UWSOD AGD Member Student
$ 99.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): UWSOD Non-AGD Member Student
$ 150.00
30 available
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): AGD Member Dentist - Virtual Meeting
Via Zoom in WAGD Learning Portal
$ 199.00
Unlimited
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): Non-AGD Member Dentist - Virtual Meeting
Via Zoom in WAGD Learning Portal
$ 299.00
Unlimited
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): Staff - Virtual Meeting
Via Zoom in WAGD Learning Portal
$ 175.00
Unlimited
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): UWSOD AGD Member Student - Virtual Meeting
Via Zoom in WAGD Learning Portal
$ 50.00
Unlimited
MasterTrack Jan. 20 (Munoz): UWSOD Non-AGD Member Student - Virtual Meeting
Via Zoom in WAGD Learning Portal
$ 90.00
Unlimited

MasterTrack Session 3 - Day 1

Delivery: In-Person Lecture & Hands-On or Virtual Workshop

Location: Washington AGD Global Education Center

Tuition:

Lecture & Hands-On:

  • AGD Member Dentists: $490
    • + Staff: $150 per person
  • Non-AGD Member Dentists: $590
    • + Staff: $250 per person
  • UWSOD AGD Members: $99
  • UWSOD Non-AGD Members: $150

Virtual Viewing Lecture Only:

  • AGD Member Dentists: $199
  • Non-AGD Member Dentists: $299
  • Staff: $175
  • UWSOD AGD Members: $50
  • UWSOD Non-AGD Members: $90

Subject Codes: 250 – Operative Dentistry; 780 – Esthetics

Credit Hours: 8.0

Light breakfast, lunch, parking, all hands-on materials are provided for in-person attendees.

Course Outline:

There are many materials available to us and it can be difficult to decide when to select specific materials for various clinical situations. This is a hands-on course that combines aesthetic composite restorations and functional restorations using glass ionomer-based restorative materials.

The morning will be dedicated to composite restorations: Getting composites right in a predictable manner is hard work. Fortunately, new materials have emerged to help produce beautiful outcomes without having to maintain an enormous arsenal of inventory. In this hands-on course, participants practice a new and innovative composite material that utilizes new technology for optimal shade matching using only one composite for most indications. When composite layering is necessary, participants learn tips and practice predictable techniques for beautiful, predictable layered composite restorations.

The afternoon will be dedicated to glass ionomer: Glass ionomers have come a long way over the years; beginning a few decades ago as a short-term pediatric restoration to now having a wide array of indications, including luting agents, sealants, bases and final restorations, just to name a few. This hands-on workshop describes the mechanism of action of glass ionomers and the many ways we can use them in practice. Attendees place glass ionomer-based sealants and restorations, including using the open and closed sandwich techniques. Glass ionomers provide many options for a variety of clinical situations and this course describes them all!

Learning Objectives

  1. Learn the latest in shade matching technology
  2. Learn tips and tricks for creating lifelike anterior composite restorations
  3. Learn the clinical indications for glass ionomer luting agents, sealants, direct restoratives and glass hybrid restoratives
  4. Demonstrate proper handling of glass ionomers in various clinical situations

Pamela Maragliano-Munoz

DMD

Dr. Maragliano-Muniz was a dental hygienist before earning her DMD from Tufts University School of Dental Medicine and her certificate in Advanced Prosthodontics from UCLA School of Dentistry. She is a board-certified prosthodontist, the Chief Editor for DentistryIQ.com and Editorial Director for Dental Academy of Continuing Education. In addition, she is a Chief Development Officer for Cellerant Consulting Group, a faculty member at Tufts University School of Dental Medicine, maintains a private practice in Salem, MA. She lectures internationally and is extensively published. Her passion for prevention has stayed with her throughout her career and in 2010, Dr. Maragliano-Muniz was awarded the 2010 Adult Preventive Care Practice of the Year by the American Dental Association.

Details

Date:
January 20, 2022
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm PST
Cost:
$50 – $590

Organizer

Washington Academy of General Dentistry
Phone:
(206) 212-4969
Email:
info@washingtonagd.org
View Organizer Website

Venue

Washington AGD Global Educational Center
19415 International Blvd, #410
SeaTac, WA 98188 United States
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Phone:
(206) 212-4969
View Venue Website

The Washington AGD is a Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. AGD-Washington, Nationally Approved From 6/1/2018 - 5/31/2024

CE Credits will be issued for Verified Attendance at the WAGD/CARDP Ongoing Webinars

The Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontic is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider. ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual activities or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry. The Canadian Academy of Restorative Dentistry and Prosthodontics designates this activity CE for the WAGD/CARDP CE Portal Webinar Series. WAGD CE, online Lecture Webinars providing 1 to 3 hours each of continuing education credits. Concerns or complaints about a CE provider may be directed to the provider or to the Commission for Continuing Education Provider Recognition at ADA.org/CERP.