Dental Ceramics

Course Overview

This two-day hands-on course introduces the science and art of dental technologyfor dentists, dental assistants, and clinical dental technicians.Participants develop the necessary knowledge and skills for characterizing, finishing, and polishing CAD/CAM restorations using a wide variety of chairside and laboratory products.Through lectures and hands-on experience, this course provides a learning environment where logic and creativity come together.

Course Objectives

Attendees will be exposed to the important basics of

  • Provide students with an opportunity to be introduced to The Science and Art of Dental technology, forming and developing necessary knowledge and skills for characterizing, finishing and polishing CAD/ CAM restorations using a wide variety of chair-side and laboratory products
  • Color Theory, that enables dentists to be more effective with shade mapping and matching restorations to the existing dentition while finishing and finalizing CAD/CAM restorations.
  • Tooth and gum morphology necessary to achieve proper contour and anatomy of the milled restorations during hand milling
  • The surface texture and its importance in natural appearance of the smile
  • Creating natural looking, personalized smile design for patients (age, gender, temperament individualization).
  • All steps during the fabrication process of different types of final and provisional milled restorations, using proper dental materials and dental laboratory tools and equipment for fabrication of successful restorations in dental practice settings.

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  • CE Hours: 16
  • Duration: 2 Day Course
  • Tuition: $995
  • Faculty:
    Ms. Marina Caponigro, MDT, EFDA, BEd


  • Miami, FL - September 27-28, 2019
  • 305.944.9636