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FELLOWSHIP IN AESTHETIC DENTISTRY

FELLOWSHIP IN AESTHETIC DENTISTRY  (FAD)

Duration : 10 days of hands on training.

Eligibility : BDS /MDS or equivalent from recognised institution of India or overseas

Overview : FAD ( Fellowship in aesthetic dentistry) is designed for 10 days covering all the topics in aesthetic dentistry so that the dentist can master their clinical skill in aesthetic dentistry and have an upper edge in their dental practices amongst their other colleagues. Delivered by the team of experts who are approved by the university and who are world leaders in their fields.

Highlights :

1.    Perfectly designed course content for the dentist to master their aesthetic skills and can immediately apply in their practices

2.    practical treatment planning for all aesthetic as well as complicated cases

3.    Over the shoulder mentoring by the experts

4.    One on one discussion

5.    Live Demonstration

6.    Hands on training on models

7.    State of the art Infrastructure

8.    Advanced Armamentarium and Equipments

9.    Patients volunteers for clinical training ( for selected procedures )

 

Course CurriculumSessions for training and Hands-on are as follows:-

Topic 1
DENTAL MATERIAL SCIENCE
Topic 2
BLEACHING
What is Bleaching?
Why do we need Bleaching?
History and Categories of Bleaching
Types of Bleaching
a. Office Bleach
b. Home Bleach
Mechanism of Bleaching
Vital and Non-vital Bleaching
Problems with Bleaching
Advantages & Disadvantages of in-office Bleach
Management of Sensitivity after Bleaching
Prognosis after Bleaching
Home applied technique
Precautions and instructions
TOPIC 3
Isolation & Rubber Dam placement
TOPIC 4
COMPOSITES RESTORATION
Introduction to composites
Conventional
Microfilled
Hybrid
Shade selection and tooth preparation for composites
Designs for tooth preparation
Indications and contraindication for composites
Prevention of shrinkage and discoloration
C factor
TOPIC 5
COMPOSITES RESTORATION
What are bonding agents?
The classification of bonding agents based on generations
How to apply bonding agents clinically
TOPIC 6
DIASTEMA CLOSURE
Introduction for esthetic procedures
Isolation
Shade selection
Usage of matrix band
Polishing the restoration to prevent discoloration
TOPIC 7
REPAIR OF ELLIS FRACTURES
Proper treatment planning
Shade selection
Isolation
Tooth preparation
Restoration
Polishing the composite
TOPIC 8
PREPARATION & RESTORATION TECHNIQUES
Class I, Class II, Class V cavity design for composite
Sandwich technique in deep cavity cases
Retention features in cavity
Prevention from shrinkage (from light and material part)
Common problem with composites
Matrix band placement
Polishing
TOPIC 9
INLAY AND ONLAY
Introduction on appropriate treatment
Cavity preparation for inlay and onlay
Impression making
Fixing the restoration
Chair side inlay restoration
TOPIC 10
Post & Core ( Aesthetic Post )
TOPIC 11
FIXED PARTIAL DENTURE ( crown and bridge )
Anterior Tooth Preparation (metal free restorations)
a. Diagnosis and treatment planning
b. Armamentarium required
c. Steps in tooth preparation
d. Gingival retraction
a. Techniques
b. Materials
c. Demonstration
e. Impression in FPD
 . Materials
a. Techniques
a. Putty wash
b. Custom tray
b. Demonstration
f. Temporization in FPD
 . Direct method
a. Materials
b. Demonstration
g. Material science
 . Discussion on ceramics
a. CAD/CAM in dentistry
b. Application in our clinics
h. Shade selection
 . Color science
a. Latest advancements
i. Cementation in FPD
 . Materials
a. Procedures
Posterior Tooth Preparation
 . Diagnosis and treatment planning
a. Armamentarium required
b. Steps in tooth preparation
c. Gingival retraction
 . Techniques
a. Materials
b. Demonstration
d. Impression in FPD
 . Materials
a. Techniques
 . Putty wash
a. Custom tray
b. Demonstration
e. Temporization in FPD
 . Direct method
a. Materials
b. Demonstration
f. Material science
 . Discussion on ceramics
a. CAD/CAM in dentistry
b. Application in our clinics
g. Shade selection
 . Color science
a. Latest advancements
h. Cementation in FPD
 . Materials
a. Procedures