Join us August 5, 2022 for an exciting Ultradent Destination Retreat!

Supercharging Your Restorative Practice

To register call 800.520.6640
Price: $249 per person

Hilton Columbus at Easton | lecture only

Supercharging Your Restorative Practice

Is it difficult to keep up with the latest in contemporary esthetic practice? The latest in technology, gadgetry, and dental materials? Do you wish you could reduce the challenge of delivering the best care to your patients while increasing efficiency and profitability?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, this is the seminar for you! This dynamic full-day program delivers practice-changing information that you can put into play immediately.

Bonding or adhesion is the foundation for nearly all direct and indirect restorative procedures in practice today. However, the strongest, most stable, and lasting bonds continue to pose challenges for practitioners. Simplifying the science as well as the delivery protocols can prove invaluable. Meanwhile, the explosion in direct resin-based restoratives and indirect ceramics can be difficult to keep up with. Add to this constantly evolving delivery technologies and it’s easy to understand the confusion. Let’s learn together!

Participants will understand:

  • The latest in adhesive science
  • A substrate-based etching approach
  • The latest in composite materials
  • Indirect restorative options ranging from ceramics to fiber
  • Delivery techniques and protocols
  • Invaluable technologies ranging from curing lights to lasers
  • Real life tips and tricks to simplify daily practice
Dr. Foroud Hakim

Dr. Foroud Hakim

Dr. Foroud Hakim has balanced private practice and dental education for over 30 years. He has a true passion for restorative dentistry ranging from complex rehabilitation to optimal and conservative single tooth restoration. He is an Associate Professor in the Department of Restorative Dentistry at University of the Pacific and served as course director for “Occlusion, TMJ & Advanced Restorative Concepts.”