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5th Annual European Lecutureship Series

Course: “Bonded Restorations: Direct versus Indirect:

Course Speaker: Roland Frankenberger DMD, PhD

Course Location: Donald W. Reynolds Center, Sam M. Walton College of Buisness RCED 120

Hosted by: AIDT

This year we are excited to host Rolan Frankenberger DMD, PhD. Dr. Frankenberger is a professor of Operative Dentistry at the University of Marburg and at the University Hospital of Giessen and Marburg.

Course Synopsis: Ceramics in modern dentistry represents biocompatibility, esthetics and strength. However, when indirect restorations are prepared, in the majority of cases it is not minimally invasive. On the other hand, when these restorations last, say, 20 years who really cares about a little more initial loss of sound-tooth hard tissue? This presentation covers the fundamentals of resin bonding and provides a variety of options to achieve acceptable esthetics combined with minimally invasive direct resin composite restorations in both the anterior and posterior regions.

When compared to direct resin composites, preparation of indirect restorations is more important and verifying adhesion is clinically more complicated to perform. True minimally invasive dentistry is based on five factors: caries, infiltration, careful excavation, defect-oriented preparation, longevity of restorations, and repair. However, when it comes to postendondontic restorations, minimally invasive composites may not be successful, because restabilizing root- canal treated teeth is the main focus and saving sound enamel and dentin may not be the prominent aspect of longevity.



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Course will take place on the University of Arkansas Campus. The event will begin at 8AM and we ask you please sign in at the registration table to ensure you receive parking validation, name tag, and credit for attending the event.

Cancellation Policy: Please note that if you cancel less than 72 hours prior to the event you will not be refunded as we will base catering off ticket sales.

Additional Course Information:

  • Parking Validation will be included

  • Breakfast, lunch and snacks will be provided

  • 6 ADA CERP Continuing Education Hour Credit


Roland Frankenberger DMD, PhD




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