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Lori Trost, DDS
September 1, 2016
September 1, 2019
1 CE Credit
Direct composites continue to dominate a large sector of everyday dentistry. Although effective, composite placement requires careful selection of materials, meticulous technique coupled with adequate time. With the evolution of dental materials, specifically bulk fill materials, the emphasis has shifted to maximizing properties that offer clinical efficiency and effectiveness. This webinar will focus on the importance of composite adaptation and outline key components that ensure restoration longevity.
|Credits||Catapult Group designates this continuing education activity for 1 credit.|
|Audience||General Dentist, Dental Hygienist, Dental Assistant|
|AGD Subject Code||250|
Dr. Lori Trost maintains a private dental practice in Columbia, IL that merges contemporary esthetic dentistry with a minimally invasive approach to patient care. Her practice and team pride themselves in utilizing the most current technology and continuing education both in patient care and treatment options. Lori earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in both Biological Science and Chemistry from SIU-Carbondale and went on to complete her dental education at Southern Illinois University School of Dental Medicine.
Her passion for teaching continuing education courses finds her lecturing extensively throughout the United States and Canada. Dr. Trost has authored over 50 articles relating to dental procedures, techniques, and materials. She also actively participates in clinical research and consults to the top dental companies. Her vision for dentistry, leadership, and entrepreneurial spirit has been recognized by the ADA in receiving a Shils Foundation Award. Her webinars and programs are informative, energetic, and refreshing.