Dr. Newton Fahl - Mastering Anterior Composites

We are very pleased to offer this very nice combination of a high-end world class lecturer, Dr. Newton Fahl, doing a super 1 day theory and 2 hands-on program in the great facilities of the University of Aarhus.

Friday will start out with the Theory part. This lecture can be attended by around 90 people in the Auditorium and is highly recommended even if you are not attending the hands-on parts the rest of the weekend.

The Friday lecture ends with a nice networking dinner at Atrium at the Hotel Royal.

Then the following 2 days we will have 4 different hands-on programs, but with only max 20 delegates total due to learning and workstations.

Saturday evening we go for an exclusive Michelin starred networking at Gastromé, also at the Hotel Royal.

Due to the limited number of seats for the hands-on program we urge you to book as soon as possible if you wish to secure a spot.

Current concepts in composite resins – Materials and Layering techniques update

Friday - Whole Day - THEORY LECTURE - 90 seats max

This lecture will introduce the philosophy of conservatively, effectively, and artistically performing esthetic direct anterior composite restorations based on principles of emulating proper form, color, and function while addressing diagnosis, treatment planning, and execution of conservative approaches.

Using relevant clinical cases, Dr. Fahl will share a step-by-step workflow for shade selection, tooth preparation, composite resin selection, layering, finishing, and polishing to allow the attendee to achieve optimal results with daytoday clinical challenges immediately.

Lecture Learning Objectives – Class IV, Class III, Diastema Closure, Peg Lateral, Direct-Indirect Class V’s & Veneers

  • Preparation design for seamless transition
  • Polychromatic shade/composite selection
  • Histomorphological visualization for precise dentin and enamel layering
  • Using tints and opaquers
  • Creating true incisal opalescence
  • Using body and value composite enamels for natural appearance
  • Breaking down the anatomy of anterior teeth - line angles, point angles and embrasures
  • Creating macro and micro textures
  • Effective, long-lasting polishing

Networking Dinner Friday Evening at Restaurant Attrium at Hotel Royal

Saturday & Sunday - Hands-on Sessions

- at individual workstations at the University of Aarhus

The hands-on session will teach the attendee how to perform esthetic direct anterior composite restorations effectively and artistically based on principles of emulating proper form, color, and state-of-the-art composite resin systems.

Dr. Fahl will cover proper shade selection and efficient material placement to create life-like, invisible restorations.

The participants will learn finishing and polishing procedures, including the armamentarium necessary to achieve an ideal match with the restored tooth and the adjacent dentition.

The participants will follow hands-on as they follow Dr. Fahl’s demonstration step-by-step.

Saturday Morning - Hands-on 1

Polychromatic Class IV

  • Tooth preparation for seamless restoration transition
  • Shade selection and Polychromatic Layering
  • Finishing and polishing

Saturday Afternoon - Hands-on 2

Peg Lateral

  • Shade selection and Polychromatic Layering
  • Creating beautiful incisal effects with tints
  • Finishing and polishing

Saturday Evening: Networking Dinner De-Luxe

- created by a Michelin Starred Chef at our own Private Room

Sunday Morning - Hands-on 3

Midline Diastema Closure

  • Achieving anatomic symmetry for central incisors
  • Shade and composite resin selection - freehand layering
  • Simple, fast, and great finishing and polishing

Sunday Afternoon - Hands-on 4

Direct-Indirect Contact Lens & Class V

  • Restoring a NCCL quickly, effective, and with no soft tissue harm
  • Reestablishing awesome shape and color with a direct-indirect contact lens
  • Shade try-in and luting