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Bulk Me Up - Using Bulk Fill Composite Materials and Techniques for Predictable Posterior Results  
Presenter: Dr. Douglas Lambert Release Date: 9/18/19
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 9/18/22
   

In the last few years, the use of bulk fill and semi-bulk fill techniques for posterior composites have become widespread within dentistry. Advances in polymer chemistry have allowed us to predictably place these larger increments to create greater efficiencies at the chair, but attention to detail is paramount to yield long lasting results for our patients. In this fast-paced CE webinar, we will explore a step-by-step approach to simplifying and streamlining your posterior composite technique to improve patient outcomes and make your practice more profitable!

During this CE webinar, we will cover the following:
• Understand and identify differences between the traditional layering technique and the use of semi-bulk fill and bulk fill options using today’s low shrink/low stress resins
• Implement the six simple steps to achieving predictable results in Class I and Class II composites
• Learn about new technology to accurately determine and monitor how your LED curing light interacts with the composites you use in your office everyday   ( disclaimer , ADA CERP Statement )

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