• “Learning the Principles to Functionally Aesthetic Smiles”

  • Jay Lerner, DDS

  • COURSE CODE: 201F

  • Wednesday, April 13th – 9:00 am to 5:00 pm

  • 7 CREDIT HOURS

 “Learning the Principles to Functionally Aesthetic Smiles”

Beautiful, functional and anterior and posterior treatment is both an art and a science. This program is for the dental professional who is seeking to learn a philosophy of practice that provides exceptional dental care through a comprehensive functional and aesthetic approach.

You will learn:

Step by step technique on veneer fabrication

  • The art of smile design
  • Preparation design for feldspathic and pressed veneers
  • Take full arch impressions predictably
  • Provisional fabrication: Direct vs. Indirect. Use of laboratories matrices
  • Photography and laboratory communication
  • Step by step veneer cementation and clean-up technique

Full mouth rehabilitation

  • Multiple cases presented to illustrate the use of porcelain veneers
  • How to evaluate complex cases
  • Complex case treatment planning
  • Restorative material choices

Lab Communication

  • How to communicate with your lab to achieve predictable results
  • What the lab requires from you!

The role of Occlusion and Function

  • Concepts of occlusion and centric relation
  • Methods of finding centric relation
  • Importance of Anterior guidance
  • Understanding the envelope of function
  • Vertical dimension

This presentation is graciously co-sponsored by

DMG America & Jason Kim Labs

Jay Lerner, DDS

Dr. Lerner is dedicated to continuing education have completed advanced training in esthetic and restorative dentistry at Baylor College of Dentistry, New York University, the Seattle Institute and the Dawson Center. He serves as a senior clinical instructor and lecturer for the Aesthetic Advantage Continuum at New York University and is a guest lecturer for the NYU International Dental Program. He is also the former chairman of the Comprehensive Esthetic and Restorative Clinic at the Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic in West Palm Beach. Dr. Lerner is also involved as a lecturer and webinar contributor for Dental XP, an online dental continuation program. It is at these programs he teaches dentists from around the world the latest techniques in cosmetic and complex restorative dentistry. Dr. Lerner has published numerous articles for leading dental journals and lectures both nationally and internationally. He has also been interviewed by a leading dental journal and by More Magazine on his depth and insight of cosmetic dentistry. He is a member of the ADA, Florida Dental Association and the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry.