A Fiber-Reinforced Composite Alternative to Metal Substructures

Jim Collis, CDT

November 2016 Course - Expires November 30th, 2019

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Abstract

This program will introduce a fiber-reinforced composite material as an alternative to metal substructures and discuss its utility in all-on-four fixed detachable prostheses and other dental applications. 

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CREDITS: 1 SI
COST: $0.00
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Inside Dental Technology | November 2016
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: Shofu

Learning Objectives:

  • To introduce a fiber-reinforced composite and become acquainted with the product's unique composition
  • To demonstrate how a fiber-reinforced compositecan be used to fabricate all-on-four fixed detachable prostheses
  • To discuss the versatility of a fiber-reinforced composite in terms of its range of applications in dental case design and fabrication

Disclosures:

Mr. Collis has received an honorarium for his preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@dentallearningsystems.net.