Direct Resin Artistry - Anterior/Posterior
Friday, October 6, 2017 from 8 a.m. until 4:00 p.m. at the University of Maryland School of Dentistry
Speaker: Paul Bylis, DDS
Dr. Bylis received his undergraduate degree from Brooklyn College of Pharmacy in 1982. He graduated with honors from Georgetown University School of Dentistry in 1986 and then completed a general practice residency with the Veterans Administration in Washington, D.C.
He has been in private practice in Anne Arundel County, Maryland since 1987. The focus of his practice is on comprehensive care with a strong emphasis on cosmetics.
Dr. Bylis is a clinical instructor in the Advanced General Dentistry Residency as a member of the Dean’s Faculty of the University of Maryland School of Dentistry. He lectures for Dentsply Sirona on restorative techniques and with Dr. Ross Nash at the prestigious Nash Institute for Dental Learning. The courses include hands-on training in Esthetic Dentistry and Full Mouth Rehabilitation. Dr. Bylis also serves as an Implant Director for the American Academy of Facial Esthetics (AAFE) where he is responsible for providing implant training for general dentists.
Full-Day Presentation (Lecture and Hands-On Session)
Direct anterior and posterior composite restorations are a day to day treatment modality. This course will take the clinician to the next level in the aesthetic use of these materials. It will demonstrate how to create a composite veneer that rivals porcelain.
The clinician will learn a simple 3 shade technique to achieve a highly aesthetic restoration. Posterior Class II techniques to achieve simple lifelike, long lasting restorations with minimal adjustment will be presented. Those attending will be able to immediately incorporate these new skills into their everyday practice.
During this lecture/hands-on participants will learn:
- Basic smile design principles
- When and how to add translucency to a restoration
- Key differences of when and where to use nanofills and microfills
- How to achieve perfect line angles and perfect embrasures on every restoration
- How to simply create natural surface anatomy in your anterior restorations.
- Proper polishing techniques
- How to quickly and predictably seal a Class II box
- Some simple Class II direct resin techniques to consistently get a perfect contact
- Simple Class II skills to practically eliminate stressful "occlusal adjustments"
Limited Registration: This course is limited to 30 participants
The University of Maryland School of Dentistry
gratefully acknowledges support for this activity from:
After Sept 1- $495.00
7 CDE credit hours
The University of Maryland School of Dentistry designated this activity for 7 Continuing
Dental Education hours.
Target Audience: Dentists