Direct Composite Resins in General Practice

Ross W. Nash, DDS


Time: 8:00 am - 11:30 am Code: T04 Cost: $30/$45 after Sept. 28 Date: Thursday, October 26

CE Credits: 3 Hour Lecture  |  Subject: Restorative/Composites |  Recommended for: Dentists, Dental Assistants  

Restorative and elective cosmetic procedures are possible with today’s materials and techniques. In this half-day seminar, Dr. Nash discusses modern composite resins and their use in general practice. From Class I, II, III, IV, V, and VI direct restorations to complete direct composite veneers, these procedures are in demand by our patients. While clinical technique is of the highest importance, new materials make the process more predictable and excellent esthetics are more easily achieved. Dr. Nash will illustrate composite restorative and elective cosmetic treatment using actual clinical cases he performed on his patients.

Learning Objectives:

  • See illustrations of composite resin restorations.
  • Participate in discussion of modern composite resins and case selection.
  • Review step-by-step procedures for all types of direct composite restorations.

About the Speaker:

Ross W. Nash, DDS is co-founder and president of the Nash Institute for Dental Learning located in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Dr. Nash has authored a chapter in a dental textbook on esthetic dentistry and is an editorial advisor and regular writer for several dental publications.  An international lecturer on esthetic dentistry, he is a Fellow in the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and a Diplomat for the American Board for Aesthetic Dentistry.  He has been a clinical instructor at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry.  Dr. Nash is a consultant to numerous dental materials manufacturers. Financial Relationship – Honorarium: Philips Sonicare

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