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An Over View of the Use of Fibre Reinforced Composites (FRC) in the Treatment of Severely Compromised Mouths Part 2

Posted on 24 May 2014
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The aim of this lecture is to give attendees an insight into the use of FRCs in everyday general practice. By the end of the session, attendees will be aware of the products and techniques that FRCs can provide to treat patients with restoratively and periodontally compromised mouths in a minimally invasive and cost-effective manner.

The speaker, Dr Ian Kerr BDS has been a dentist for 25 years and has spent almost all of this time working in private practice and hospital locations, concentrating on endodontic and restorative techniques that allow patients to delay the loss of even the most compromised of teeth. He has been working with FRCs extensively since 2007 and has lectured provided hands-on courses throughout the UK and Europe to hundreds of dentists on this topic. He has published three articles on the uses of FRCs in general dentistry and is a passionate educator on this topic.

This is Part 2

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