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About the Event
All-ceramic resin-bonded bridges: What is the difference from the metal-ceramic ones?
This online webinar is aiming to present restoring missing teeth with all-ceramic resin-bonded bridges; when, how and how to plan for success, based on evidence-based dentistry. 1.5h Online webinar (In Arabic - no certificate)
This course is designed to cover various aspects of all-ceramic resin-bonded bridges; case selection, planning, tooth preparation, ceramic selection and final cementation. The different approach from metal-ceramic resin-bonded bridges will be highlighted.
Aims & Objectives
This online webinar will give the guide how to plan for success in all-ceramic resin-bonded bridges. Case selection and planning, preparation concepts and bonding technique will all be addressed based on evidence-based dental practice.
Review the literature related to all-ceramic resin-bonded bridges
Choose the proper case for predictable success
Effective communication with the team members
Practical steps: how does it differ from metal-ceramic ones
Material choice for all-ceramic RBB
Clinical Dental Technicians
(Dental students would enjoy and get benefits to hear this talk)
It is anticipated that this will help to meet the GDC Development Outcomes: A, B & C
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Dr Sami Bissasu
Clinical teacher in Restorative Dentistry
PhD (Fixed Prosth), MSc (Fixed Prosth), LDS RCSEng, BDS, FHEA
Dr Bissasu graduated in 2003 from Damascus University, Syria. He had been awarded MSc followed by PhD in Fixed Prosthodontics 2015 from Damascus University.
Dr Bissasu teaches in the Institute of Dentistry, QMUL since 2016. He supervises undergraduate students in restorative clinics and in the clinical skills lab. Also, he has taught the postgraduate students preparing for the MSc in Clinical Restorative and Aesthetic Dentistry in the College of medicine and dentistry (BPP previously).
Dr Bissasu taught in Syria for 9 years in Damascus University and Kalamoon University. Where he supervised undergraduate students in crown and bridge courses and also taught undergraduate dental technician students in crown and bridge and dental ceramic courses.
His main in vivo and in vitro research interests during PhD and MSc are resin-bonded bridges, veneers, aesthetic zone and all-ceramic restorations. Also as a researcher in QMUL, he was working with a research team in synthesizing a novel glass-ceramic material, which is going to be commercially produced in the near future.
Dr Bissasu practised in a private sector for more than 10 years in Syria. Now he works as a dentist with a special interest in Prosthodontics in private practice in Basildon where he focuses his treatment for aesthetic and rehabilitation cases.