Education

Advanced Sectional Matrix Techniques


This 1 hour CE webinar is all about those Class II composites that aren't basic. When you’re ready to go beyond a typical MO, you’ll need the tips and tricks to ensure a predictable result. Advanced Sectional Matrix Techniques will give you the information to master the necessary skills. Join us live Tuesday, February 16 at 8:00 pm Eastern for this FREE event. A combination of slides and typodont demonstrations utilizing a sectional matrix system will be used. Ample time will be allotted for attendees to ask questions. If you're unable to attend the live event, don't worry. Register and we'll send you a recorded version one business day after the live event.

Objectives

At the end of the course, the clinician will understand:

  • The challenges that can make restoring MODs difficult and how to properly go about restoring this type of case
  • How the clinician can prepare and restore a wide prep in a few simple steps, even when missing a cusp
  • Why back-to-back restorations are difficult to restore with a sectional matrix and the best practices for restoring this specific case
  • Tips for restoring deep Class IIs

 

Details

When: Tuesday, February 16, 2021 at 8:00 pm EST

One (1) hour of CE lecture credit will be provided upon successful completion of the course. This includes the live webinar lecture session, a course evaluation, and a learning objectives quiz.

This CE lecture doesn't have any required prerequisites

This course is free, but you're required to register in advance.

AGD subject code 250

*Garrison Dental Solutions cancellation and refund policy: if for any reason you need to cancel your registration, you may do so at any time before the event's scheduled date and time following the instructions on your registration confirmation email. Free CE credit courses are not eligible for refunds.

Your Instructor

Kevin Walburg is a 22-year veteran of the dental industry. He has held numerous positions over those years and has been instrumental in the continued advancement of sectional matrix systems.