KINDER KROWNS® – ZIRCONIA PEDIATRIC CROWNS
Just as in adult dentistry, the demand for cosmetic services and esthetic restorations in pediatric dentistry is increasing annually. To answer this demand, more and more dentists are turning to zirconia as their material of choice. Zirconia pediatric crowns offer esthetics, durability and biocompatibility that no other material on the market can offer. By incorporating zirconia pediatric crowns into your practice, you can confidently offer an esthetic restoration that will not only provide unrivaled esthetics, but will also hold up until the deciduous tooth exfoliates. As with all new products and techniques, there is a learning curve associated with zirconia pediatric crowns – and we’re here to help. The goal of our course is to provide you with knowledge and skills necessary to minimize that learning curve.
By glazing and polishing Zirconia Kinder Krowns, they blend in with your patient’s natural dentition – rather than reflect like 100% polished crowns.
Our Internal retention threads provide mechanical retention and allow you to use glass ionomer cement and the actual crown for intraoral try-ins. This saves you valuable inventory and chairside time.
Incorporating universal anteriors into your practice cuts your inventory in half (Centrals & Laterals vs D, E, F, G). However, if you prefer lefts and rights, they are also available.
Our new Less Prep design requires less reduction and time to place Zirconia Kinder Krowns than ever before.
An der Münchner Freiheit
MVZ Dr. von Unruh GmbH
Date: September 15th, 2017
Time: 8:00AM – 12:00PM
Why attend our course?
Our course is structured to provide you with the tools and knowledge to lessen the learning curve with all-ceramic, zirconia pediatric crowns. Gain confidence by practicing the preparation and seating procedure with over the shoulder instruction from our instructors.
Our course reviews:
- Indications & contraindications
- Preparation and seating techniques
- Common pitfalls, material properties
- Surface treatments
- Suggested luting agents