The array of treatment options is wide and each clinical procedure varies. While some cases may have obvious solutions, many can leave us indecisive on the best treatment options. The main objective of this lecture is to show evidence-based requirements and conceptual bases, such as tooth preparation design and tooth surface topography, core build- ups, provisional restorations, impression materials and techniques, cements and adhesive cementation to optimize and efficiently achieve results in modern restorative and implant dentistry.
- Tooth preparation design
- Provisional restorations
- Impression materials and techniques
- Cementation and bonding
Bio: Carlos Eduardo Sabrosa CD, MSD, DScD – Dr. Sabrosa is an Associate Professor of the Department of Restorative Dentistry and the Director of the Center for Technology Development at the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro Dental School, Brazil. He received his DDS in 1992 from the University of the State of Rio de Janeiro Dental School and the Clinical Advanced Graduate Studies (CAGS) Degree in Prosthodontics from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine, USA, in 1996. Dr. Sabrosa also received his Master of Science and Doctor of Science Degrees in Prosthodontics/Biomaterials from Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine, USA, in 1997 and 1999 consecutively. He received the Steven Gordon Research/Clinical Award in 1995 and 1996 and the Tylman Research Grant Award in 1993 from the American College of Prosthodontics. He has a private practice, focused in Oral Rehabilitation and Implantology, in Leblon, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.