Best protocols for simple to complex cases incorporating composite & whitening technologies
03 May 2024, 20:00 SINGAPORE Online Event Area of interest: General Dentistry


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Lecture 1 – Aesthetics with Simplicity: How new technologies can help us with composite colour blending. 


Knowing which class of composites should be used in each specific clinical situation is paramount for the success of aesthetic direct restorations. In this lecture, we will discuss the clinical requirements and present new technologies that are available to simplify this important clinical challenge.

Learning Objectives

  • Express the importance of understanding translucency and opacity
  • Discuss basic diagnostic methods utilized to assess the color and optical properties
  • Explore the underlying technologies and advancements driving universal composites

Lecture 2 – Dental Whitening: Fundamental knowledge on how to treat even the most complex cases.


Besides being a very popular esthetic procedure, tooth whitening is a powerful ally in restorative dentistry. The abundance of whitening systems available in the market today proves that there are lots of demands generated by consumers on how to get their teeth whitened. 

Today, there are hundreds of products that all claim to produce whiter teeth in a very short time. But results can range from impressive to disappointing, or even non-existent. So how do you make sure that the bleaching treatment you provide works for every patient? Tooth whitening is a relatively young technique in dentistry, so it is not unusual to get confused among so many techniques and materials. 

This subject will be thoroughly dissected to provide both young and seasoned dentists with an excellent approach to the topic. The main causes of tooth discoloration will be addressed, and more than that, various whitening techniques and how to prevent the occurrence of sensitivity in certain situations will also be discussed.

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the fundamentals for a good diagnostic
  • Different causes of discolouration, different treatments
  • How to differentiate limitations and saturation point: bleaching all that is possible
  • Non-vital bleaching: do’s and dont’s. Key aspects for a safe procedure
  • Microabrasion: simple technique, when it’s done properly.

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