Minimally Invasive Posterior Indirect Restorations

Type:  Lecture | Hands On | Optional Clinic

Date: February 1st & 2nd, 2024

Optional Clinic on February 3rd, 2024

Credits: 8-16 CE


The restoration of posterior teeth accounts for the majority of services provided in every restorative dentists daily practice. Traditionally it was easy. Either an amalgam or a crown would be used, depending on the severity of the problem. Today, there are so many materials and techniques to choose from, it is confusing at best. With the development of adhesive techniques, the necessity to do crowns has been substantially reduced. Currently, there are many highly esthetic ceramic and composite materials used for conservative tooth restoration. Parallel to these developments, increased patient demands for conservative esthetic restorations have set the stage for the need to transition from traditional restorative dentistry into this successful and lucrative adjunct.

Learn the clinical techniques and materials necessary to successfully master these contemporary procedures and how to introduce them into your practice. Start practicing smarter, easier, and improve the bottom line. In the process your patients will receive more conservative, less invasive restorations.

Esthetic Professionals Dental Education Center in Tarzana CA. is proud to have Dr. Bruce J. Crispin present his knowledge gained from over 30 years of experience placing minimally invasive posterior esthetic indirect restorations.

Dr. Bruce Crispin DDS, MS

Dr. Kristi Crispin DDS, MS


February 1st-3rd, 2024

  • Material alternatives; ceramic vs. composite
  • Preparation for single units and fixed partial dentures
  • Provisionals
  • Adhesion, bases, liners, cements, wet vs. dry
  • Post-operative sensitivity and how to control it.
  • Cementation, Finishing and Polishing; what to use and when.
  • Esthetic results made easy “THE DISAPPEARING INLAY”
  • Incorporating these new restorations into your practice
  • Increasing profit & practice enjoyment
  • Insurance issue
  • CAD-CAM options
  • Same day lab restorations
  • Digital Impressions
  • Chair side ceramic staining


  • Provisionals
  • Conservative bridge preparations


  • Fabricate and seat restoration of choice

  • $995 (Lecture/Hands-On + Clinic Day), Feb 3rd-4th
  • $1295 3 day Special, Feb 3rd-5th (Anterior Crowns, Bridges, Etc)
  • $1295 3 day Special, 3rd-5th
  • 50% off (base tuition) if repeating the course.
  • Group Discounts – 10% – 25%

Esthetic Professionals is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership, and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. ID# 218987

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