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Lazare Institute Announces Biomimetics Course

Posted on July 8, 2014

The Lazare Institute of Biomimetics announces a new course entitled “Bio-emulated Indirect Restorations” to be held on August 8, 2014, from 8am to 5pm at the Jason J. Kim Aesthetics facility at 5 Harbor Park Drive, Port Washington, NY 11050. The featured speaker is Dr. David Gerdolle, instructor of biomimetics and bio-emulation in Switzerland.

The course discussion will focus on direct situations (when decayed, broken, or worn teeth can and should be restored) and biomimetic dentistry, which is dedicated to preserving living tooth structure for as long as possible.

Other topics will include:

- Ultimate isolation techniques for indirect preparation and cementation

- Bio-emulation principles in relationship to tooth preparation, immediate dentin sealing, and deep margin elevation

- Impression techniques and temporization solutions

- Shade selection options

- Day-to-day protocols for cementation procedures

The fee for the course is $295, and participants can earn 8 AGD credits.

For more information, including payment options, contact the Lazare Institute

at (212)-861-2599 or Sure Business Logic, Inc. at sblogic@optimum.net.

To register for the course, please go to: http://www.taubdental.com/Eblasts/Lazare/Lazare_Lecture2014_Gerdolle_temp.cfm