Direct Composite in the Anterior, Part 2: Implementation of Anterior Composites

In Part 2 of this series, Dr. Vargas takes the theory to the next level by walking the learner through the techniques to apply it in creation of an esthetic and well-matched composite restoration. The course reviews a clinical case example to outline best practices and techniques for field control, cavity preparation, composite layering, contouring, and finishing. Additionally, in the final lesson he provides a hands-on demonstration of his entire process for creating an anterior composite restoration.

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  • Marcos Vargas

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  • Spear

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