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December 7th - 8th, 2012
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Russell T. DeVreugd, is an international consultant and lecturer in the field of Fixed Restorative Dentistry and owner of DeVreugd Dental Laboratory and International Dental Seminars. He has presented...See more courses on occlusion, contour, color and anterior esthetics throughout North America and Europe. Mr. DeVreugd served as a consultant / lecturer for the Department of Biologic and Material Science, University of Michigan School of Dentistry, Ann Arbor, Michigan and the undergraduate and graduate prosthodontic programs at the University of California School of Dentistry, San Francisco, California and was appointed Regents Lecturer in 1984 / 85. Mr. DeVreugd is a contributing author in the textbook " Science and Practice of Occlusion " and " Quintessence of Dental Technology," 1997, published by Quintessence Publishing Co., Inc. Mr. DeVreugd has presented to the American Dental Association, American Prosthodontic Society, Pacific Coast Society of Prosthodontists, Dental Center for Postgraduate Courses, Amsterdam, Netherlands, KarlHaupl Institute, Dusseldorf, Germany and local, state and national associations. In 1999, he has been asked to present "The Occlusal Compass Concept" to the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry and the International Academy of Gnathology, American Section. Russell currently resides in Durham, NC. DeVreugd Dental Laboratory is located in Chapel Hill, NC. Visit www.idseminars.com
Concepts for developing anterior function, form, labial morphology and optical illusions. This updated two day...See more hands-on waxing seminar will go beyond esthetics and give the dental team an in depth understanding of lingual morphology as it applies to function, form and phonetics. Participants will learn techniques which will help them obtain proper preparation reduction for PFM's, pressed ceramic and CAD/CAM fabricated restorations. This class will include how to prevent porcelain fractures during various eccentric movements and how to use color and labial morphology to create optical illusions. Students will use tooth colored dentin, enamel and transparent waxes to complete a six unit anterior wax up following the "DeVreugd Compass Concept" © .
Classroom Concepts Translate into Clinical Success. This updated two day hands-on waxing course will teach participants...See more how to rely on the "DeVreugd Compass Concept"© to design the best occlusal morphology for the unique requirements of every patient. Students will learn how the compass applies to tooth sections with different occlusal contacts or different rotations and every possible articulation of the mandible. These techniques will save dentists, technicians and patients time by reducing or eliminating the need for chairside adjustments and costly remakes. The "DeVreugd Compass Concept"© is thoroughly adaptable to the Pankey-Dawson, Bioesthetics and Neuromuscular and Gnathologic concepts of occlusion.
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