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Evening Lecture Series-Ceramic Management and Bonding of All-Ceramic Crowns and Onlays-My Experience
This presentation will outline the most important decisions for maximizing longevity of ceramic restorations using appropriate clinical parameters. A strong focus of the presentation will be our experience using self-etching adhesives for bonding all-ceramic crowns and onlays in our Prosthodontics Graduate Program and Center for Esthetics and Implants. It will provide a clear and structured understanding of their applications based on practical clinical experience built over the years and contemporary research bonding
to lithium disilicate and zirconia. The respective exact indications for different ceramics will be presented in conjunction with the bonding protocols.

This virtual lecture will include:
• How Do I maximize Strength?
• How Do I decide when I must Bond or can Cement?
• A sequence of steps to create a natural appearing surface texture and luster.

Participants will earn 2 continuing education credits for attendance.

For questions about this or other Evening Lecture events please contact Kaamala Thorne at 617-275-9395.

Feb 9, 2022 07:30 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Gerard Chiche, DDS
Dr. Chiche is Clinical Professor at Augusta University, Dental College of Georgia where he recently completed his 10-year term as the Thomas P. Hinman Endowed Professor in Restorative Dentistry, and Director of the Center for Esthetic & Implant Dentistry. He is a Past President of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, and a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry. He has given numerous programs in Esthetic Dentistry nationally and internationally in 35 countries and he is the author of two textbooks in Esthetic Dentistry published by Quintessence Publishing Co. He is Emeritus Professor at Louisiana State University, he became in 2009 the first recipient of the Endowed Chair sponsored by the Thomas P. Hinman Dental Society, and he is the 2020 recipient of the Icon Award of the Seattle Study Club.