BY PASCAL MAGNE
A product of Dr. Pascal Magne, the Continuum provides dental professionals with the necessary knowledge to progress into the biomimetic approach in all restoration aspects. A series of five courses will cover a range of topics aiding the process from the initial diagnosis to the final restoration.
All courses will be offered in the heart of Beverly Hills at Beverly Hills Dental Labs.
At the CER BRD, the patient is at the center of all our decisions. This state of the art continuum is designed to further the knowledge of esthetic and biomimetic restorative dentistry by conducting independent scientific research.
the well-being of patients by providing the most advanced and most conservative restorative treatment options.
the art and science of oral esthetics and adhesive dentistry 'The Biomimetic Principle'.
the knowledge of esthetic and biomimetic restorative dentistry by conducting scientific independent research.
Complete Five Modules
The continuum includes five essential modules for CER BRD certification. The modules allow each participant to work closely with Dr. Pascal Magne allowing a deep understanding of varying techniques in Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry.
Documented Case Submission
The Case Submission presents all of the participant's learnings in a real world setting. The goal of this continuum is to apply learned concepts to a participant's every day dental practice using minimally invasive techniques.
The final step in earning a CER BRD certification. This Essay comprises of a one-on-one review of a topic of a participant's choice with Dr. Pascal Magne. The goal is to further independent research on a topic pertaining to the key elements taught during the continuum.
Authored by Pascal Magne and Urs Belser, the Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry book centers of the application of the biomimetic principle in the form of bonded restorations using composite resins and ceramics. The broad spectrum of indications of bonded restorations is described, followed by detailed instruction on the treatment planning and diagnostic approach, which is the first step for every case.
Respect the natural structure and use that nature as your guide in restoration.