Master Class

Bonded ceramic veneers and creneers | FULLY SUBSCRIBED


Delegates attending this masterclass must attend the preceding Bonded ceramic veneers and creneers lecture.

David Roessler

Dr David Roessler

David Roessler has spent most of his career as a Prosthodontist in private practice in Sydney’s CBD. Recently, David has taken the position of Clinical Director of an all new Facility built by the University of Otago, Faculty of Dentistry. The facility has been designed for Final Year students, Postgrads and to deliver state of the art CPD for dentists. David has been a Keynote Speaker at many international conferences and has given more than 1000 lectures, workshops and hands on courses in almost every facet of restorative, fixed and removable prosthodontics, aesthetic and implant dentistry in Australia, Asia, Europe and the USA. He has authored numerous publications and is an invited lecturer and examiner to both undergraduate and graduate students at a number of Universities as well as being an Examiner for the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. He is a consultant and a trainer for a number of dental companies.

Bonded ceramic veneers and creneers | FULLY SUBSCRIBED

Presenter: Dr David Roessler

Availability: Please register your interest during the registration process

Friday 17 September | 3:00 - 4:30pm | FULL
Saturday 18 September | 8:00 - 9:30am | FULL
Sunday 19 September | 9:00 - 10:30am | FULL

What is involved?

Why aren’t you doing more veneers and creneers? Unsure about the longevity or the aesthetics, concerned about the cost, then give me the opportunity to change your mind. There is no doubt that these are the best looking, longest lasting, most conservative option available for anterior teeth in modern dentistry.

This master class will help you:

  • Choose the best option - veneer, creneer, crown
  • Simplify your armamentarium
  • Get the best bonding
  • Create the ideal prep - step-by-step
  • Make cementation easier
  • Achieve long term success
  • Discuss and present this option to your patient