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Slow Down to Speed Up - Greater Clinical Success with Adhesion by Allowing the Chemistry to Work 
Presenter: Dr. Jack Griffin Release Date: 3/4/22
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 3/4/25
AGD Subject Code: 780 Reviewed: 2024        

There are two great stresses clinicians feel in dentistry: lack of time and clinical failure. They are intertwined and often inseparable. When we are running behind, we feel every tick of the clock which often temps us to cut corners to catch up with the schedule. The pressure to produce can be taxing. All of this centers on our clinical dentistry and the necessity for dependable, symptom free, consistent adhesion. There are steps we can take to minimize the wasted time associated with failure by knowing what to look for in our restorative materials and how best to use them. This CE webinar will focus on procedures we do every day, fillings and crowns, and getting the most clinical success possible with great clinical success resulting in less time re-doing things. The least pressure is to do it right the first time.

After this CE webinar the participant will be able to:
• Identify the chemistry needed in the dental adhesives for optimum success
• List the steps and timing of the steps the determine clinical success or failure
• Reduce the failure, breakage, sensitivity associated with direct fillings and zirconia
• Practice with less stress associated with re-doing our restorative dentistry
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