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May 17

Don’t Compromise the Quality of Restorative Care

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Often, we are presented with challenges to provide quality care for our patients in the form of rampant caries control, emergency fractures or even the need for a restoration that must be done that day. Couple these challenges with the patient’s budget restrictions, and you find yourself thinking hard about how to provide services that will accomplish a satisfactory resolution. This lecture will present a technique of using a Nanohybrid heat and pressure cured composite crown shell to rapidly fabricate a quality long term restoration. By having this procedure in your little bag of tricks, many of the day-to-day issues that you deal with in your practice can have a simple solution that fits any patient’s economic situation. This very inexpensive technique, which can be mostly delegated to your team members and fabricated in your office lab, will help solve these day-to-day issues. Using subtle variations of techniques, that our assistants are currently trained in to fabricate temporary restorations, enables these same team members to create a more permanent restoration.


  • You will be introduced to a new concept of fabrication of an in-office laboratory composite resin crown that their team can accomplish in a very short period.
  • You will understand the many situations where the composite resin crown can help them provide their patients with a very viable lower cost alternative to their current crown techniques.
  • The economic viability of a resin crown will be discussed as to how it can be a better alternative, in many instances, over a CAD/CAM restoration.
  • You will understand the entire process from diagnosis to fabrication. They will be able to return to their practice tomorrow, ready to work with their team and delegate the creation of new solutions for their patients.

Mark Malterud, DDS, MAGD

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After graduating from the University of Minnesota School of Dentistry, Dr. Malterud trained at the L.D. Pankey institute, completing their entire continuum on comprehensive dentistry. He received his AGD Mastership and Lifelong Learning and Service Recognition award and currently sits on the AGD Foundation Board. He is a Fellow in the American College of Dentists and the Academy of Dentistry International.

A practicing general and family dentist, Dr. Malterud focuses on comprehensive cosmetic and general dentistry incorporating minimally invasive biomimetic dental procedures. He also consults with various other dental manufacturers on product development and testing and is a proud member of Catapult Education. His passion for dentistry has enabled him to lecture both nationally and internationally.

Friday, May 17, 2024
IN-PERSON at Rutgers School of Dental Medicine
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. | 7 credit hours
$235 Dentists | $165 Auxiliaries/Residents
Code: 24D0219

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May 17


Rutgers School of Dental Medicine


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