Marty Zase, DMD
Marty Zase, DMD
Designed to help dentists who are in the process of converting their practices to include more cosmetic dentistry procedures, this lecture gives many tips on how to do cosmetic dentistry better and more efficiently. Subjects covered include basic adhesive and microdentistry techniques, zero sensitivity in both bleaching and posterior composites, invisible restorations of fractured incisors, undetectable porcelain onlays, smile design, cementing and opaquing tips, porcelain veneers, laboratory communications, fixing errors, natural looking bridges with ovate pontics, and patient communications for success. Prepare for a day full of pearls on cosmetic dentistry.
- Learn the Mini-Prep: a minimally invasive technique for restoring incipient carious lesions.
- Learn opaquing, adhesive, and reparative techniques with composite and porcelain.
- Learn to hide or disguise porcelain and composite margins.
- Learn to eliminate all post-op sensitivity with bonding procedures.
- Learn how to do near-zero sensitivity bleaching both at home and in office.
- Learn to utilize ovate pontics to make natural looking bridges.
- Understand the principles of smile design.
- Feel more confident in tackling cosmetic restorations.
- Be more comfortable presenting cosmetic treatment plans to patients
Marty Zase, DMD graduated from Tufts where he was a clinical instructor in restorative dentistry. He is well-published and lectures internationally on cosmetic dentistry. One of only eight dentists in the world to have both a Mastership from the Academy of General Dentistry and an Accreditation in Cosmetics from the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, he was the 2006-2007 President of the AACD and serves on their Board of Accreditation Examiners. He has fellowships in the American College of Dentists, International Academy for Dento-Facial Esthetics, and the Pierre Fauchard Academy. Dr. Zase practices in Colchester, Connecticut and is available at Martyzase@aol.com.