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Thursday 19th September 2024 (Lecture) The Art of Ceramics.... from Start to Finish This lecture will showcase presentations to help you tackle difficult cases such as malaligned teeth, dark preparations, canine substitutions and diastema closures. We will show you the importance of provisionals not only for final outcomes, but for minimizing tooth reduction. Next, the techniques and protocols with rubber dam isolation is the first step in ensuring efficient and predictable outcomes. An overview of the different ways isolation can be used from prepping to final delivery of smile design cases will be discussed. And finally let’s learn how we can capture the beautiful dentistry we have created! Learn the ways photography can not only help you throughout the process of treatment but also the ways to market and advance your brand as a clinician. Friday 20th September 2024 (Lecture) Composite Artistry … Simplifying the Complex The art of creating beautiful composite restorations may seem daunting but with some key concepts the process can be broken down into simple, straightforward steps. The importance of natural morphology, colour and light all affect the harmony of composite restorations. The finer details such as texture and lustre are just some of the pieces that make recreating nature possible. Come explore the beauty and art of resin. Saturday 21st September 2024 (Workshop) Composite Artistry … Simplifying the Complex Morning: Composite Artistry utilizing the single shade and window technique Afternoon: Anterior designs through a provisional matrix.

Learning outcomes

Thursday 19th September 2024 (Lecture) 1. Different prep designs to combat issues such as dark teeth, malposition’s and canine substitutions. 2. The importance of provisionals in creating minimal prep restorations 3. The importance of isolation when delivering ceramics, 4. Why the digital camera is a must when trying to achieve aesthetic excellence Friday 20th September 2024 (Lecture) 1. Understanding your systems and why colour is the most difficult task in composite artistry. 2. Tips and tricks to anterior aesthetic excellence. 3. Different techniques that will allow your resin to rival porcelain 4. Injection moulding, the missing link that takes resin from simple to complex.


Dr Adamo E Notarantonio

Dr. Adamo Notarantonio is a graduate of the State University of New York at Stony Brook School of Dental Medicine (2002), where he received honors in both removable and fixed prosthodontics. His memberships to professional organizations include the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, the American Equilibration Society, the International Congress of Oral Implantologists, the Academy of General Dentistry, and the American Dental Association. Dr. Adamo was Accredited by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in 2011, and received his Fellowship in the AACD in 2018. He is also the 2024 President of the AACD. Dr. Adamo is a graduate and faculty of the Kois Center. He has received his fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Adamo has been published in multiple dental journals and lectures nationally and internationally on such topics as CAD/CAM dentistry, implant dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, composite dentistry and dental photography. Dr Adamo is the co-founder, along with Dr Amanda Seay, of the imPRES Lecture series in Charleston, SC. Dr. Adamo is an avid golfer and is also fluent in Italian.

NZACD Symposium 2024

Dr Adamo E Notarantonio
Thursday 19th Sep 2024 - Saturday 21st Sep 2024
8:30am - 5:00pm
Venue: Grand Millennium Auckland
71 Mayoral Drive
Cnr Vincent Street
Region: Auckland
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Brought to you by New Zealand Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
PO Box 159
New Zealand