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Clinical Success with a New Low Shrinking Nano-hybrid

Clinical Success with a New Low Shrinking Nano-hybrid

Clinical Success with a New Low Shrinking Nano-hybrid

Bruce Small, DMD, PA
Bruce Small, DMD, PA
on behalf of Septodont USA

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Launch date: 27 Feb 2017
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Last updated: 07 Mar 2017

Reference: 168925

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Description

Light cured resin composite restorations have had inherent problems since their inception over 40 years ago. Wear, contacts, and shrinkage with associated shrinkage stress have caused many restorations to have a shorter than expected lifespan. Due to improved physical properties of newer products the occlusal wear has been reduced and developing better contacts has also improved due to new matrix systems but polymerization shrinkage still remains a problem. Recently a few companies have introduced new low shrinking composites.

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This webinar will explain the features and benefits of this high tech resin composite material. Clinical tips will also be shown for the practicing dentist.
Bruce Small, DMD, PA

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Bruce Small, DMD, PA
on behalf of Septodont USA

After graduating from the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in 1973, Dr. Bruce Small completed a general practice residency in Sacred Heart Hospital in Allentown Pennsylvania. Following another year of general practice experience he began the dental practice here in Lawrenceville in 1975 and continues fulltime now with his daughter Kaitlin. Dr. Small has many interests in dentistry particularly in teaching and continuing dental education. He is an associate professor at UMDNJ where together with others mentors a selective/elective in cast gold for senior dental students. He originated and is president of The Institute of New Techniques in Dentistry, a fully accredited learning institution for graduate dentists and dental assistants. He is a regular columnist of restorative dentistry for a major dental publication and has published over 100 articles in dental journals. He is a sought after lecturer across the United States and beyond and is a continuing student himself belonging to two dental study clubs and mentors two additional clubs in New York and Pennsylvania.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 1.00 Credits

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