For the Dentist, Hygienist and any interested Auxiliary
The consumer’s interest in cosmetic dentistry is increasing every year with billions of dollars being spent to obtain a perfect smile. The ability to place believable porcelain veneers is crucial to a good cosmetic dental program. The numerous dental products and myriad of materials that are currently available to dentists can yield some incredible results, but can often times be overwhelming and or confusing. Without a blueprint and instructions to show the process from start to finish and all the steps in between, it can be quite challenging for many. This presentation will discuss all the Nuts and Bolts necessary to fabricate amazing, life-like veneers and when to utilize them. This course will discuss the veneering procedure from diagnosis and treatment planning to preparation,
provisionals, try-in and cementation.
Topics to Include:
• Proper preparation design and no preparation techniques.
• Ceramic materials.
• Provisional techniques.
• Try-in and cementation.
• Legal documentation via photos, models and consent forms.
About the Speaker:
Dr. Snyder received his doctorate in dental surgery at the UCLA School of Dentistry; is an Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry. He has trained at the F.A.C.E. institute for complex gnathological (functional) and temporomandibular joint disorders (TMD). Dr. Snyder lectures on numerous aspects of dental materials, techniques, equipment, use of the internet, software and business marketing tools. He is on the faculty at U.C.L.A. and is currently on the faculty at Esthetic Professionals. He is a member of Catapult Education. Dr. Snyder is a consultant for numerous dental manufacturing companies and has authored numerous articles in dental publications worldwide. With his passion for aesthetic dentistry, Dr. Snyder helped create and co-direct the first (in the nation) two year graduate program in Aesthetic and Cosmetic Restorative Dentistry at the UCLA School of Dentistry.