Anterior Resin Infiltration: A Minimally Invasive Treatment Option for Enamel Caries and Cosmetic Defects
COURSE NUMBER: 634
Jeanette MacLean, DDS, DABPD, FAPPD
Unsightly congenital enamel defects and acquired white spot lesions can be troublesome for many patients. Historically, these blemishes have been treated with invasive and costly fillings, resin bondings, and veneers. Resin infiltration can...
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Unsightly congenital enamel defects and acquired white spot lesions can be troublesome for many patients. Historically, these blemishes have been treated with invasive and costly fillings, resin bondings, and veneers. Resin infiltration can arrest incipient carious lesions as well as improve or even completely reverse the appearance of congenital enamel defects and white spot lesions, while preserving tooth structure and repairing the patient’s natural enamel.
Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants, Dental Students, Dental Hygiene Students, Dental Assisting Students
Date Course Online:
Dec 7, 2020
Last Revision Date:
Course Expiration Date:
Dec 6, 2023
AGD Subject Code(s):
Upon completion of this course, the dental professional should be able to:
- Describe the evidence for using resin infiltration.
- Review informed consent, coding, and billing for resin infiltration.
- Describe the case selection, materials, and clinical protocol for resin infiltration.
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