Continuing Education

Post-Operative Sensitivity

How to Diminish or Avoid it!


  

 

COURSE SUMMARY
Everyday dentistry requires bonding. From direct composite restorations to indirect veneers, bonding plays an important role in every clinical practice. Many dentists report that their patients are still experiencing post-operative sensitivity after treatment. Sensitivity can be contributed to the bonding technique and/or the proper treatment of the dentin surface. In this 1-hour video, Dr. Nuñez will cover possible causes for post-operative sensitivity, and how to prevent it from happening.


LEARNING OBJECTIVES

  • Understand the origin of post-operative sensitivity
  • Discuss different bonding protocols and their effect on the dentin surface
  • Optimizing clinical bonding protocols in order to avoid post-operative sensitivity

          

        COURSE DETAILS

          Course Fee   Free
          Credits   Catapult Education, LLC designates this continuing education activity for 1 credit
          Method   Self-Instructional
          Audience   General Dentist
          AGD Subject Code  250

           

          EDUCATOR DETAILS

          Dr. Rolando Nuñez received his dental degree from Central University of Venezuela in 1997. He enrolled in a Biomaterials Graduate Program at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, obtaining a MSc. degree in 2004. He joined BISCO as a private clinical consultant from 2005 until 2013, where he worked closely with the Research and Development Department in the development of new and innovative products. In 2014 he became Manager of Clinical Affairs for BISCO, Inc.

          Dr. Nuñez has held a private practice focussing in Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry for the past 10 years. He has lectured in over 30 countries on a vast array of topics regarding Adhesive Dentistry. He has many publications regarding clinical techniques as well as scientific articles in peer review journals.

          Dr. Nuñez is a member of the following groups: International Association of Dental Research, American Association of International Research, Latin American Society of Operative Dentistry and Biomaterials, Dental Materials Group of the IADR and the Venezuelan Society of Operative Dentistry Biomaterials and Esthetics.

           

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