This essential seminar gives students an understanding of functional lingual morphology as it applies to tooth form, phonetics and esthetics. Today’s CAD/CAM and pressed-designed systems are unable to address functional needs unique to individual patients. This seminar emphasizes in-depth skills necessary to achieve a functional and esthetic patient-specific restoration, be it traditional or systems-generated. This course teaches how to use color and labial morphology to create optical illusions. Students will use tooth-colored dentin, enamel and transparent waxes to complete a six unit anterior wax-up following the DeVreugd Occlusal Compass. This seminar is available for you to host in your town.
To host this seminar in your town and to secure hosting dates: Please call to discuss and request an “Anterior Function & Esthetics Private Letter.”
A deposit will be required at host date selection with balance due 30 days prior to the seminar.