Course Details

Modern Monolithic Injection Molded Composite Dentistry: Concepts-Materials-Instruments-Techniques Hands-on Workshop

David Clark, DDS


Time: 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm Code: F24 Cost: $300 | $350 after 9/26 Date: Friday, Oct. 25

Subject: Restorative/Diagnosis/Treatment Planning  |  Audience: Dentists |  CE Credits: 3 hours Participation

Limited to: 40 Attendees

Course Description:

Additive dentistry is quite simply fun to do! Say goodbye to layering, condensing, and burnishing! Join Dr. Clark to experience a unique approach to modern resin dentistry. Participants will perform injection molding to create ideal margins, rounded emergence profiles, and mirror smooth restorations in two Anterior exercises, Deep Caries and Black Triangles and two Class II exercises.

Learning Objectives:

  • The 6 steps to achieve rock solid posterior composite contacts in even the most difficult cases.
  • How can you best combine flowable and regular composites with the injection molding technique, and when to use bulkfills.
  • Treating the dreaded black triangle, especially common after tray aligner therapy.
  • How to handle heated composites.

About the Speaker: Dr. Clark is director of Bioclear Learning Centers International. He founded the Academy of Microscope Enhanced Dentistry, creates curriculum for dental schools, and has lectured in 27 countries. He developed the Bioclear Matrix System for placement of biologically appropriate, esthetically pleasing direct composite restorations for facilitating Injection Molding of the Clark Class I and Class II preparations, diastema closure and black triangle elimination combined with papilla regeneration. He is actively collaborating with schools to move beyond the tragically outdated GV Black cavity preparations. The Clark Class I and Clark Class II preparations and injection molded restorations (non-retentive, compression based and infinity edge margins) have been confirmed in multiple studies. He owns several patents. He and Dr. John Khademi are acknowledged as fathers of Minimally Invasive Endodontics, which at first was rejected by most North American endodontists but is now being embraced by the mainstream. He published the first classification system for dentin and enamel cracks based on 16 power magnification. He has conducted studies on cracked teeth. He has designed numerous instruments, burs, wedges, matrices, separators, and equipment and has written chapters for both esthetic dentistry and endodontic textbooks. Dr. Clark is a 1986 graduate of the University of Washington School of Dentistry.

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