Having a hard time creating life-like and functional posterior restorations? Or do you just want to fine tune your composite skills? Well, look no further! With our online hands-on concept and unlimited acces to updated post-course content, you will be amazed with your own progress and results. Training materials are sent home, including two beautifully crafted composite instruments by MPF Brush.
Ridges is a one day course for dentists, dental hygienists and students that want to improve their skills with direct composite in the posterior area.
The next edition of Ridges Online will be on Saturday November 11th 2023 from 10:00 – 15:00 via Zoom. After signing up you’ll receive an email with additional information as well as the link to the zoom meeting. Since we will be shipping a box with the materials to you we need to prepare these in advance, therefore you can sign up until October 10th 2023!
The entire session will be recorded and available online after the course, so don’t worry if you aren’t able to join the live webinar and extensive hands-on session.
Ridges is an online course that consists of theory and hands-on. The theory part discusses modern evidence-based protocols of adhesive dentistry and functional morphology.
During the hands-on there will be step by step demonstrations on how to restore an upper- and lower molar as naturally and lifelike as possible.
What Do I Get?
* 10% Discount for KARMA. Members
1 live webinar
1 online hands-on
1 specially designed user box
Course manual with functional morphology
12 instruction videos
Study load: approximately 6 hours
Needed special requirements: None
Qualifications to be obtained: None
You only need to bring your own curing light and PLT composite gun.
Accreditation: 5 KRT points
Certificate after completion
After this course you’ve learned
Why rubberdam isolation and magnification are essential for getting predictable results with direct composite in the posterior area
How to create predictable and long lasting restorations.
The function and morphology of the posterior area
How to replicate the functional morphology with different layering techniques.