Porcelain Veneers & Ceramic Onlays

A Practical Approach to Multiple Restorations

Presented by

Drs Asheen Behari and Paul Gorgolis

13.0
POINTS
Friday
21
Oct
2022
&
Sat
22
Oct
2022
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UWA Dental School

17 Monash Avenue, Nedlands

CPD Time allocation
Duration
9:00 am
-
5:00 pm
Hands-On
Hands-On

This course, with a substantial hands-on component, will focus on receiving practical tuition and guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment-planning processes required to facilitate multiple restorative dentistry.

Course information
Product information
NOTE: This is a two day course. The course will be 9am - 5pm on both days.

There will be a substantial hands-on component to the course.

Lecture component:

  • Recognition of appropriate cases
  • Case work-up
  • Rationale for the design of relevant restorations
  • Material options
  • Occlusal registrations and articulation
  • Bonding and cementation protocols

The practical component will focus on minimal prep techniques:

  • Multiple porcelain veneer tooth preparations
  • Multiple ceramic only/partial crown preparations
  • Predictable impression techniques
  • Provisional restoration manufacture

The focus will be on receiving practical tuition and guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment-planning processes required to facilitate multiple restorative dentistry.

Lunch, morning and afternoon tea

$1,980

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Dr Asheen Behari is a general practitioner in private practice in Claremont, Perth. He graduated from the University of the Witwatersrand in 1993, subsequently completing a Post Graduate Diploma in Clinical Dentistry in Oral Implants at the University of Sydney. Dr Behari is a Clinical Associate lecturer in the Discipline of Oral Rehabilitation at the University of Sydney. He is actively involved in facilitating continuing education programs and in mentoring others. His general practice is focused on restorative and implant dentistry.

Dr Paul Gorgolis is a general practitioner currently in private in Wembley Downs. He is a Fellow of the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. In London, he developed the UK’s first multi-disciplinary general and specialist practice where patients could be comprehensively managed and treated “under one roof”. Dr Gorgolis is an experienced clinician who co-runs hands-on ceramic courses for the ADAWA and has been a lecturer and tutor to dental students at the UWA and The University of Adelaide. 

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