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Complete Mastership Training West Hollywood, CA

Interactive Online Course

Biomimetic Dentistry Courses

Complete Mastership Training

Level I + Level II

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$4250$3750

The Complete Mastership Program is the most comprehensive biomimetic training and mentoring program ever offered by the Nejad Institute.Dr. Matt Nejad

 

Program Overview

Course Format:  Videos including Level I: Foundation and Techniques + Level II: Advanced Mastership (includes over 28 hours of video content)
Interaction/Questions/Review:  Course Discussion Board plus LIVE Office Hours via Zoom
Duration: Level I: 30-days of online access, Level II: 6-months of Online access & Mentoring
Computer Requirements: Internet access & Zoom (see full requirements: here)
Prerequisite Course: none

Foundation and Techniques Course: Level I

Original release date: May 2021
Latest Update: May 2021
Review date: September 2021 (scheduled)
Expiration Date: May 2023

Advanced Mastership: Level II

Original release date: May 2021
Latest Update: May 2021
Review date: September 2021 (scheduled)
Expiration Date: May 2023

The complete mastership program was created to provide the most comprehensive training and mentoring available in Biomimetic Restorative Dentistry. The program begins with Level I Training: Foundation and Techniques to prepare the participant for implementing the biomimetic approach in practice. The program continues with mastership lessons and accessible live office hours for Q&A and mentoring. The complete program combines the instructional foundation lectures and technique demonstrations, along with advanced mastership lessons and lectures, advanced training, extensive mentoring, and case presentations. The participant will feel confident in their understanding and mastery of biomimetic restorative dentistry.

Please note, the videos below will be updated to reflect the online, self-instruction format. 

Traditional dental procedures rely on preparation designs that accommodate the restorative material or technique. This includes preparation features such as retention and resistance form, as well as tooth reduction to meet the strength requirements of the restorative material instead of prioritizing the preservation of intact tooth structure. As a result, the restored tooth has significant additional preparation and a significantly higher chance of complications such as pain, sensitivity, root canal treatment, recession, and fracture.

In contrast, the Biomimetic approach unites an understanding and appreciation of the biomechanics of natural teeth with principles and techniques which maximize adhesion. These concepts comprise the necessary components to mimic the natural tooth most faithfully. Restorative materials replicate the properties of the dental structures (enamel, dentin, dej) and healthy intact tooth structure is preserved through adhesion without additional preparation requirements. The biomimetically restored tooth mimics the strength, function, and esthetics of natural teeth. Biomimetic restorations include composite fillings, partial coverage restorations (ceramic or resin inlays and onlays), and when necessary, full-coverage ceramic restorations. However, the application technique and material selection makes a significant difference in the performance of these techniques, and therefore it is important to have a sound understanding of the science.

Training Overview

Complete Mastership

Course Registration Includes:

This portion of the Complete Mastership training covers everything you need to get started with biomimetic restorative dentistry in your practice. The program includes the core science, techniques, and recommended materials with an emphasis on posterior restorations. The format includes high-quality recorded lectures, live technique demonstrations, and accessible office-hours for questions & review for a truly interactive course.

Level II training is the advanced continuation of training intended for mastership of the science, materials, and techniques of biomimetic restorative dentistry. Training includes in-depth topic lectures, literature review, advanced technique training, and mentoring sessions. The training includes 8 additional lectures and lessons, plus 6 months of live office-hour options vis zoom for questions, review, and mentoring.

This course is designed to prioritize interaction and mentoring. Both Level I and Level II portions of the course have access to live Office-Hour sessions to answer any questions, review topics and provide mentoring. Attend as many sessions as you would like, with options intended to provide flexibility for international attendees.

Level I Office Hours Schedule:
Dates: Last Saturday of the Month
Times: 9-10AM & 4-5PM Pacific Time

Level II Office Hours Schedule:
Dates:  Last Saturday of the Month
Times: 10-11AM & 5-6PM Pacific Time

The Level I training includes 30-Days of online access.

Level II training provides 6-months of online access.

Participants will receive the following manuals:

  • Recommended Equipment, Supplies, and Materials
  • Technique Summary
  • Science and Literature

Course registration includes a product sample/intro kit for participants located in the United States. The intro/kit is valued at over $200 and will be mailed to your registered address at the end of the course.

Testimonials

SORAYA MAHRAN | LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA headshot

This seminar changed the way I look at dentistry. It made me feel more confident to save more teeth and not to refer patients to the Endodontist or an Oral Surgeon to extract teeth. I recommend this course to every single dentist. I wish this course was taught to us in school from the very beginning.

ADAM MILLER | SAN FRANCISCO, CA headshot

This course is an amazing blend of take-home gems that you can bring directly to your practice and the data, science and literature that helps back everything up. This is the next wave of dentistry, this is how we should be practicing, and to come and get formal training like this is pretty incredible.

DIANA KOPACH | KEW GARDENS, NY headshot

So informative! It's the Dentistry of the future and any dentist whether young or old should feel very comfortable taking this course.

JON MCCLURE | FRISCO, TX headshot

I've had many many patients with hypoplastic, really broken down, six years molars that are normally getting sent for a root canal or crown. Since using biomimetic techniques these patients are just so amazed that teeth that were so sensitive are just like perfectly, great normal teeth. I couldn't be happier.

ANDY, CLAIRE, & CHARLOTTE MARRIOT-SMITH | BAIRNSDALE, AUSTRALIA headshot

We've had 2 or 3 life-changing moments in our dental career, and this course is certainly up there as one of those experiences.

MEREDITH SMEDLEY | ZEELAND, MI headshot

This is changing the way I'll do dentistry. I recommend this course to any dentist, the sooner the better. I wish I had taken this thirteen years ago.

DWAYNE MOORE | COLORADO SPRINGS, CO headshot

Using these biomimetic principles, we are able to do the best for our patients long-term. I would absolutely recommend this course to any dentist who is looking to provide great patient care.

This seminar changed the way I look at dentistry. It made me feel more confident to save more teeth and not to refer patients to the Endodontist or an Oral Surgeon to extract teeth. I recommend this course to every single dentist. I wish this course was taught to us in school from the very beginning.

SORAYA MAHRAN | LAGUNA NIGUEL, CA

Lecture & Literature Sessions

Format: High-Quality online lectures with the look and feel of in-person training ()

Topics covered include:

  • Structural Analysis: Natural Tooth Structure & Function (enamel, dentin, dej + biomechanics)
  • Optical Properties of Natural teeth and Ceramics (with Paulo Battistella)
  • Caries Removal Endpoint/Peripheral Seal Development
  • Polymerization Stress & Residual Stress
  • Preparation and Design principles (direct + indirect)
  • Caries Removal Endpoints & Peripheral Seal
  • Gold Standard Dental Materials (adhesives, composites, ceramics)
  • Resins (and chemistry) (fillers, composition, silane, etc)
  • Treating Severely Damaged, Endodontically Treated Teeth
  • Maximizing Adhesion to Enamel and Dentin
  • Maximizing Adhesion to Restorative Materials (Ceramics, composites, Repairs)
  • Immediate Dentin Sealing/Resin Coating
  • Fiber materials and Fiber-Reinforced Composites
  • Stress Reduction and Stress Reduced Restorative Techniques
  • Biocompatibility
  • Ozone and Laser
  • Applying Biomimetic Dentistry to Complex Restorative Cases and Reconstructions
  • Cementation Technique and Protocols

Office – Hours & Mentoring

Format: Live Zoom Meetings

Schedule: Last Saturday of the Month

TimeS: 10-11AM & 5-6PM PACIFIC TIME – 12 sessions total.

Topics covered include:

  • Review participant cases
  • Treatment planning
  • Topic Review of any subject
  • Participant Questions
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Training Coverage

This course covers the following training lessons and techniques:

  • Polymerization Shrinkage and Stress | Technique Demonstration
  • Immediate Dentin Sealing (IDS) and Biobase | Technique Demonstration
  • Stress Reduced Direct Techniques (SRDTs) | Technique Demonstration
  • Indirect Partial Coverage Restorations (Inlay & Onlay)
  • Semi-direct Restorations
  • Restorative Foundations & Build-ups
  • Deep Margin Elevation (DME) | Technique Demonstration
  • Provisionalization Techniques | Technique Demonstration
  • Biomimetic Cementation Technique | Technique Demonstration
  • Restoring Endodontically Treated Teeth
  • Peripheral Seal Zone and Caries Removal Endpoint
  • Isolation Tips & Techniques | Technique Demonstration

Instruction Areas

The techniques and science covered in this course are categorized into the following instruction areas:

  1. Structural Analysis
  2. Caries Removal Endpoint/Peripheral Seal Development
  3. Immediate Dentin Sealing/Resin Coating
  4. Stress Reduction
  5. Maximizing Bonds
  6. Restorative Materials and Techniques

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the structure and function of natural teeth
  • Learn which materials and techniques are scientifically supported
  • Acquire a strong foundation of the dental literature applicable to biomimetic restorative dentistry
  • Understand stress reduction methods, residual stress, and structural integrity of restored teeth
  • Apply biomimetic restorative dentistry to the full range of clinical presentations

Learning Objectives

  • Understand and eliminate the common causes of post-operative pain & sensitivity through your adhesive technique.
  • Learn how to preserve maximum tooth structure with bonded supra-gingival restorations rather than crowns.
  • Understand the properties, function, and biomechanics of natural posterior teeth.
  • Understand polymerization stress and residual stress of adhesively restored teeth.
  • Eliminate traditional preparation design and the necessity for retentive design.
  • Learn non-surgical alternatives to access and restore isolated deep margins.
  • Learn how to preserve pulp vitality & reduce root canals by over 90%.
  • Learn how to increase bond strengths significantly (up to 400%).
  • Understand optimal material properties for biomimetic dentistry.
  • Learn how to prevent stained and leaky restorative margins

Course Schedule

November 2021 - June 2022

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