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Launch Continuing Education Presentation - Captek Bridge and Implant
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Continuing Dental Education

Course Objectives (2 Credits)

Now your everyday PFM, Captek B&I offers all of the advantages of traditional Captek, with none of the disadvantages. You may now handle more difficult clinical situations, including roundhouse bridges – due to its new nanotechnology – without sacrificing beauty in the esthetic zone. Large and challenging cases provide an opportunity to share many practice and productivity tips that will apply to all of your crown and bridge cases, including the following:

  • principles and procedures for obtaining ideal reduction
  • build-up techniques
  • a new results-oriented mindset with respect to multiple appointment dentistry
  • obtaining quicker, better results with prep stents and lab-fabricated temps
  • getting better master impressions
  • an open discussion about what is of interest to all practitioners: from pink porcelain and epinephrine to electric handpieces, new burs and stress-free injections

Summary

Four Captek B&I cases are brought to life in this dental education course in a way that will reach, teach and encourage every clinician. If clinicians were told they could only use one type of restoration in their practices, they would most likely choose PFMs or Captek B&I. Thoughtful consideration and discussion of the esthetic and technical challenges in using Captek B&I make this video required viewing for every clinician.

CAUTION: When viewing the techniques, procedures, theories and materials that are presented, you must make your own decisions about specific treatment for patients and exercise personal professional judgment regarding the need for further clinical testing or education and your own clinical expertise before trying to implement new procedures.


References

  1. Escalante Vasqueaz R. Combining radiosurgery and Captek restorations in complicated tissue cases: part 2. Dent Today. 2007 Mar;26(3):98, 100-1.
  2. Goldstein MB. Case presentation: full-mouth rehabilitation combining Captek and porcelain veneers. Dent Today. 2006 Mar;25(3):98, 100, 102-5.
  3. Knorr SD, Combe EC, Wolff LF, Hodges JS. The surface free energy of dental gold-based materials. Den Mater. 2005 Mar;21(3):272-7.
  4. Cranham JC. Optimum dental care, Part 2. The treatment phase. Dent Today. 2003 Apr;22(4):78-80, 82.
  5. Nash RW. Functional and esthetic rehabilitation using a Captek bridge and crowns opposing laminate porcelain veneers. Compend Contin Educ Dent. 1999 Feb;20(2):176-83.
  6. Goodson JM, Shoher I, Imber S, Som S, Nathanson D. Reduced dental plaque accumulation on composite gold alloy margins. J Periodontal Res. 2001 Aug;36(4):252-9.
 
   
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