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In these lectures you will learn the basic concepts of resin-to-resin adhesion and how this plays an important role in securing a strong bond of your indirect restoration to the IDS layer. There is a common misconception that the oxygen inhibited layer plays an important role in bonding composite to composite, but these myths are debunked in these lectures backed by scientific literature. Find out what to do when your resin substrate gets contaminated by blood or saliva over time to confidently get the highest possible bond strengths. You will take these concepts and apply them in the use of resin composites for indirect restoration cementation. There is no commercial support to declare for this event. No prior skill/level required. AGD Subject Code: 250. No prior skill/level required. AGD Subject Code: 250.
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About the Speaker
Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus received his Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in Molecular & Cellular Biology from Arizona State University where he conducted undergraduate and graduate research on biomarkers for a cancer vaccine. Dr. Schiffenhaus completed Dr. David and Davey Alleman’s Biomimetic Mastership program. He is the creator of the Biomimetic Advanced Adhesive Restorative Dentistry (BAARD) institute.
This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the standards of the Academy of General Dentistry Program Approval for Continuing Education (PACE) through the THE BAARD INSTITUTE. THE BAARD INSTITUTE LLC is approved for awarding FAGD/MAGD credit.
Cost: Courses are complimentary with BAARD membership. Refund policy: All courses are non refundable.
Teaching Method: Self-Paced/Video/Web Mediated Conflict of Interest Statement: Dr. Steve Schiffenhaus is the owner and creator of the BAARD institute.
Lesson Length: 60 minCE credit: 1 hour (self-instruction)Release Date: 1/19/21Review Date: 1/19/21Expiration/Availability Date: 1/19/24
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