Level II (Intermediate Training) – Salt Lake City, Utah on June 6-8, 2019
Day I: Workshop
The masters demonstrate the SRDC protocol for structurally compromised anterior and posterior teeth. Attendees observe a step-by-step technique while the masters replicate some clinical cases shown through both slide and video presentations.
Day II: Literature Review
Fundamentals of Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry
- Structural Analysis
- Increasing Bond Strength
- Decreasing Polymerization and Functional Stresses
- The Biomimetic Restorative Dental Paradigm.
By decreasing stresses of polymerization and occlusion, dental bonds are maximized and preserved. By preserving high dental bonds, peripheral seals are maintained. By maintaining peripheral seals re-decay and fractures are eliminated .
We will review each area and present 27 key scientific facts that have been established from the scientific literature. These facts are the foundation of the Alleman-Deliperi protocols which biomimetic restorative dentistry is founded on.
Day III: Lecture
From science to clinical practice: clinical protocols on biomimetic restorative dentistry
- Stress-reduced direct composite (SRDC) restorations in the anterior area
- Form, Shade and Layering from Deliperi S. JERD 2011
- SRDC veneers
- Additive protocol for the worn dentition
- Fiber lay down protocols for structurally compromised teeth
- Full-mouth rehabilitation