Cidae 2019 presentation subject /
Partial ceramic restorations in the anterior regions, how to avoid failures!
Laminate Veneers in general have a good long-term follow-up, however sometimes they fail due to different reasons. In this lecture we will cover the step by step procedure of the delivery of laminate veneers. We will focus on some common failures and give some insights in our studies performed.
Some of the aspects will be; preparation; IDS; what to do with existing restorations; luting/conditioning of tooth and ceramic. This lecture will not only contain clinical pictures but also based on solid scientific research, step by step procedures and some interesting take home messages!
Marco Gresnigt graduated summa Cum Laude in 2005 at the university of Groningen, the Netherlands. In January 2012 he obtained his PhD on clinical and laboratory evaluation of laminate veneers. Besides working at the university, he works as a dentist in a center for special care. Marco lectures at the Center for Dentistry and Oral Hygiene, where he is the current head of direct restorations and teaches masters students in a specialized program on esthetics and prosthetic dentistry. He works together with national and international researchers on studies and has published several articles on minimally invasive and adhesive dentistry in high impact factor dental journals. He obtained several awards like: the NVGPT publication prize, Boering prize and Cavex prize. Marco is the current president of the international bio-emulation group.