Posterior Dentistry ( 13 Lectures)
Posterior dentistry is the foundation of general dental practice, as it involves treating common issues such as toothache, caries, cracks, and fractures in the back teeth. This area of dentistry encompasses the basic building blocks of restorative dentistry, including fillings, crowns, and onlays for posterior teeth.
The ability to bond, do core build-ups, and perform accurate and precise crown preps is crucial for posterior dentistry. This fundamental skillset is essential for successful restorative dentistry and sets the stage for more advanced procedures.
If you’re looking to improve your posterior dentistry skills or want to build a strong foundation for restorative dentistry, consider taking a course to refine your techniques and enhance your expertise. With the right training, you can provide optimal care for your patients and achieve better outcomes.
Presented By: Lincoln Harris & Pasquale Venuti
13 Lectures – Duration: 12 hours – Files size: 5.3 GB