Criteria for Material Selection and
Fabrication Technique in the Esthetic Zone
1) From Minimum preparation to full crowns
2) Indications for different ceramic materials
3) Feldespatic ceramic for refractory dies or platinum foil.
4) How to optimize the final outcome
Patients present differing degrees of tooth destruction, number of missing teeth and anatomical limitations. In order to achieve optimal results and predictability over time the approach to fabricating restorations must be considered in terms of aesthetics, biomechanical and biological terms.
Using different materials and techniques we can restore form, alter shape, color and texture with tooth or implant supported restorations.
About the Instructor: Javier Pérez López
Technical Specialist in Dental prosthesis. Qualified “ Santa Apolonia School”. Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
Laboratory director “ Técnica Dental Studio VP SL”, specialising in Dental prosthesis in implants and asesthetics.
Assistant Lecture in MA course in periodontology and implants, Odontology department of Santiago de Compostela University.
Assistant Lecture in MA course in aesthetic Odontology department of Complutense University of Madrid.
Assistant Lecture in Stomatology department, Odontology School of Complutense University of Madrid,
Specialist in Resorative Surgery based on new technologies.
International ORAL DESIGN CENTER Galicia
FELLOW ITI ( Internacional Team for Implantology)
Member of DENTAL EXCELLENCE LABORATORY GROUP
Affiliate member of the European Academy of Aesthetic Dentistry
Member of editorial committee magazine Quintessence Técnica.
Member of editorial committee Dental Dialogue, (Spain).
Participant in various research projects related with implantology and ceramics
Author of various articles in the field of implantology and ceramics.