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BAARD Posterior Rubber Dam Isolation Course

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About Course

Rubber Dam Isolation is one of the most important aspects of Advanced Adhesive Dentistry. This course is intended for beginners and intermediates. In this course we review the rationale and fundamentals of Rubber Dam Isolation with a focus on the Posterior Quadrant. Essential armamentarium to immediately make your life easier when placing Rubber Dams is reviewed extensively. Through both lecture and demos the step by step set up and placement in the mouth is reviewed. Adjuncts such as floss ligatures and teflon are also explained and demonstrated.

Objectives

  • Understand Rationale & Fundamentals of Rubber Dam Isolation
  • Understand the necessary equipment to use and preferred Sheets, Hole Punch, Forceps, Frames, & Clamps
  • Learn to get Dam set up for delivery to the mouth such as: deciding which teeth to clamp & isolate & how to mark them & which size holes to use
  • Learn initial placement techniques into the mouth such as the “parachute technique” and how to best floss the conacts
  • Learn how to finalize the dam with inversion, rocking the clamp, floss ligatures, accessory clamps, and teflon.

 

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Course Content

BAARD Posterior Rubber Dam Isolation Course

  • Introduction – Rationale & Fundamentals
    19:56
  • Armamentarium
    44:54
  • Set Up
    30:32
  • Initial Placement
    37:31
  • Finalizing
    40:31

Student Ratings & Reviews

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MY
5 months ago
Great pearls
N
6 months ago
Amazing course!
SC
6 months ago
Love the real world application vs \'ideal\' situation. Great course
AB
6 months ago
Great content
AA
7 months ago
I\'ve taken Calin Pop and I love how you stressed to do what works for you / in your hands. It\'s great to learn and take what you think will work for you without judgement!
EA
7 months ago
Great for beginners like myself!
HY
8 months ago
It was very helpful overall, but I found myself skimming a lot of portions because either I couldn\'t see his hand gestures or had no idea what he was talking about until he showed the model.