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Restoring Teeth with High Strength Injectable Composite 
Presenter: Dr. Robert Marus Release Date: 1/13/21
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 1/13/24
   

As a result of the latest high strength injectable composite technology, dentists can now quickly, easily, and predictably treat Class V (abfraction), Class l, Class ll and Class Vl lesions with beauty, strength and function beyond patient expectations. Improvements in composite polymerization shrinkage, reduction of internal stress and occlusal wear, have made injectable composite material a great aesthetic option. This CE webinar will demonstrate how to use high strength injectable composite quickly and easily, so that an aesthetic result with a high success rate and predictable outcome can be achieved.

During this CE webinar, the participants will learn:
• how to incorporate injectable composite into your practice
• how to place injectable composite in cervical (abfraction) lesions so that they don’t fall out, which is an untapped resource in your practice.
• how to quickly treat incisal and occlusal wear with composite.
• how to use today’s 8th generation universal adhesives
• many other clinical tips and advanced skills in anterior and posterior composite placement using injectable composite that will promote your practice.   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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