Thur., Nov. 2, 2023
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm (3 CE hrs)
Speaker: David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE, FASDA
This course is supported, in part, by educational grants from Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.,
Recommended for: Everyone
Dentistry is changing faster today than anytime in modern history. The role of monolithic restorations, universal adhesives, and digital, needs to be understood and implemented in every dental practice. As a practicing clinician and as the Director of Education and Technology at Utah Valley Dental Lab, Dr. David Hornbook has a very unique perspective of these changes in what he has coined “living on both sides of the bench”. With a practice focused on metal-free, all-ceramic aesthetic-based dentistry, Dr. Hornbrook understands the importance of predictability, ease of use, and long-term success when deciding which restorative material and cementation option will provide the best results. As the Director of Technology at a state-of-the-art dental lab, his day-to-day interaction with ceramists and other clinicians provides him a thorough understanding of the problems both these groups face and how they are overcoming challenges and benefitting from CAD:CAM, digital wax-ups and design, and high strength, aesthetic ceramic materials.
Learn when to use esthetic, monolithic ceramics.
- Discover the new dentinal adhesive agents and how can we combine ease-of-use with long-term predictability.
- Determine when to adhesively “bond” and when to use “Luting” agents and what’s available.
- Review PMMA long-term provisionals and how they are used to provisionalize implant sites and help sequence full mouth rehabilitations.
- Learn about bio-stimulating cements: how and when they can and should be used.
- How to achieve highly aesthetic anterior implant results using the “H” Abutment.
- Understand new changes in implant designs that allow for screw-retained implant crowns where traditional designs made this impossible.
- Discover the new milling machines for ZrO2, Lithium Disilicate and resins, to yield more accurate and detailed restorations.
- Review the use of a computer-assisted-anesthetic delivery device to limit the amount of anesthesia used and allow for evaluation of smile designs with full lip mobility.
David Hornbrook, DDS, FAACD, FACE, FASDA, Diplomate American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, graduated from UCLA School of Dentistry and has been in private practice in San Diego, California for the past 33 years. He is a pioneer in Llve-patient, esthetic dental treatment programs and was the founder and director of LVI, PAC~live, the HornbrookGroup, and Clinical Mastery.
He has lectured internationally on all facets of dentistry including porcelain veneers, implants, dental materials, occlusion, and direct composites. He is the past editor of the Journal of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and is an Accredited and Fellow of the ACCD, Fellow and Diplomate of the American Society of Dental Aesthetics, a Fellow of the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics, and was honored with Lifetime achievement awards by the Crown Council and the Academy of Comprehensive Esthetics.
Dr. Hornbrook has developed numerous materials and techniques that are used daily by restorative dentists and has consulted numerous manufacturers on dental materials and is the Clinical Director of Education and technology at Utah Valley Dental Lab in Provo, Utah.
Dr. Hornbrook (or an immediate family member), has a significant relationship with the following commercial organizations whose products he will refer to in his presentation: Ivoclar Vivadent, Inc.