Online Veneers Lectures

12 Online Veneers Lectures  Course

It covers more than 100 veneers points. Read details below

 

Dental Veneers Network (DVN) New York, U.S., provides  the most thorough   lectures prepared by DVN dentists, founders and advisory specialists, along with answers from many practitioners about veneer problems to make veneer procedures commonplace for all dentists. 
The research articles will be provided through graphic videos, slides and PDF files. This 12-lecture series will be offered  bi-weekly for six  months to allow dentists to send questions between lectures and divide  prices over six months to make it affordable for everyone.

Topics Of Veneers Lectures

1. Veneers introduction and types
  • a. Brief about veneers
  • b. Reason of veneers booming
  • c. Veneers types:
    • i. Based on material
    • ii. Based on manufacturing
    • iii. Based on steps
    • iv. Based on preparation
    • v. Based on brand 
  • d. Advantages and disadvantages of each type.
  • e. Veneers Future.
 
2. Diagnosis of veneer cases
  • What you have to look for when patients come for veneers
  • Extra-oral check: face size, skin color, lip size
  • Intra-oral check:
  • Occlusion: overjet, protrusion, edge to edge, deep bite, close bite, some crowding, spaces
  • Tooth health: intake, composite, crowns
  • Gingival health: recession, inflammation
  • Smile line: gummy, normal, hidden
  • Dental tissue check:

    size of teeth, shape of teeth, enamel thickness and undercut, thickness of gingival tissue, shade and type

    Decision-making as to candidacy for:

    •     1-Veneers
    •     2-Veneers with crowns     3-Crowns only     4-Veneer contraindications
 
3. Study impression
  • a. Alginate impression for study.
  • b. What we should see on the model.
  • c. Bite registration.
  • d. What is different between model look and clinical look?
  • e. Measure Size of teeth.
  • f. Model preparation tips lab or clinic.
  • g. Waxing color and shaping
  • h. Mockup and finishing
  • i. Using mock up for guiding and temporary.
 
4. Veneer preparation tips normal, minimum or no prep
  • Preparation plan
  • Veneers prep types:
    • A. Window prep
    • B. Shoulder and palatal prep
    • C. Edge cut prep & edge free prep
  • Margin prep: Shoulder, chamfer or simple
  • Margin prep limit: sub-gingival, on-gingival or supra-gingival
  • Mesial distal prep and contact points.
  • Thickness prep
  • Selective prep
  • Contact point breaking
  • Minimal prep for small teeth
  • No-prep veneers and retention
  • Finishing prep
  • Prep errors
5. Veneer impressions
  • Pre-impression procedure
  • Check prep gingival  retraction
  • Dental flossing between teeth
  • Dry teeth and blood
  • How we check impressions
  • What we have to see on impressions
  • What we have to see for minimal prep
  • Digital impression for Cad-Cad milling
 
6. Veneer temporaries
  • Temporary for the same analogy
  • Temporary from the mockup
  • Hard rubber of the mock model
  • Night guard for mock up model
  • Direct temporary on the tooth
  • Indirect temp in lab
  • Removing temporary
 
7. Veneers & Smile Design Concepts
  • • Smile design parameters of veneers
    • The challenges of veneers shaping
    • The natural concept VS patient needs
    • Anatomical harmony of teeth
    • Smile line and teeth shape
    • Central veneer shaping
    • Lateral veneer shaping
    • Canine veneer shaping
    • Contact points shaping
    • Incisal edges shaping
    • Multi-shade harmony
    • Lower jaw veneers shaping 
 
8. Clinical veneer checking
  • What do I have to check for when doing veneers?
    • a. Cracking
    • b. Margin and insertion line
    • c. Occlusion and touch points
    • d. Smile line
    • e. Contact points
    • f. Incisal edge angles
    • g. Veneer axis
    • h. Shade fitting and look on teeth
    • i. Veneers size and thickness
  • What can we can fix before veneer bonding?
  • What can we can fix after veneer bonding?
 
9. Veneer bonding steps and challenges
  • a. Challenges in veneer bonding
  • b. Veneer etching and bonding
  • c. Tooth etching and bonding
  • d. Cement resin type for veneers
  • e. Tooth by tooth bonding
  • f. Teeth covering
  • g. Teeth separation
  • h. Clean remaining resin
  • i. Dental flossing
  • j. No-prep veneer bonding
  • k. Final finishing
 
10.  E.max veneer and composite veneer comparing
  • What do I have to check for when doing veneers?
    • a. Cracking
    • b. Margin and insertion line
    • c. Occlusion and touch points
    • d. Smile line
    • e. Contact points
    • f. Incisal edge angles
    • g. Veneer axis
    • h. Shade fitting and look on teeth
    • i. Veneers size and thickness
  • What can we can fix before veneer bonding?
  • What can we can fix after veneer bonding?
11. Post-veneer bonding problems
  • a. Post-veneer pain
  • b. Veneer shade change
  • c. Veneer debonding
  • d. Veneer fractures
12. Veneer marketing and price challenges
  • a. How to attract veneer patients
  • b. How to ensure that the cosmetic dentistry boom will keep increasing
  • c. Online advantages of dental veneer marketing
  • d. How is the patient browsing online for veneer dentists?
  • e. Overcoming veneer pricing challenges
This course will be free for Dental Veneers Network member $1200/year and listed as a featured veneers dentists.

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