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Dr. Oswaldo received his DDS degree from State University of Campinas School of Dentistry, in Piracicaba, São Paulo, Brazil, 1990. In 1996 he received the Certificate of the Advanced Post Graduated Program in Prosthodontics at New York University College of Dentistry – USA. After this period he stay as a Teaching Fellow, in the Department of Prosthodontics at NYU. He returning to Brazil in 1997, where he settled in Piracicaba, where he maintains a private practice emphasising Implant and Restorative Esthetic Dentistry. Also he received a Master and PhD degree in Prosthodontics from State University of Campinas School of Dentistry. Dr. Oswaldo has published several articles focusing in esthetic dentistry, prosthodontics, minimally invasive oral rehabilitation and oral implantology. He is on the editorial board of several publications in Brazil and also was a member of the Scientific Editorial Board of QDT Year book (2010-2020), by Quintessence International. He was the Editor in Chief of the JCDR (Jornal of Clinical Dentistry and Research), at that time the official publication of the Brazilian Society of Esthetic Dentistry/SBOE 2016-18. In the educational area Dr. Oswaldo is been the Director of the Advanced Program in Implant and Esthetic Dentistry, SENAC University, São Paulo, Brazil for eighteen years. Since 1998, he has dedicated himself to teaching aesthetic and implant dentistry at post-graduated level in several institutions, congress and events worldwide. He has been a speaker at several meetings such as American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics and the Quintessence Ceramic Symposium. Besides, he maintains an Educational Center inside his private clinic teaching minimally invasive procedures in prosthodontics, oral implantology and advanced study in dental occlusion.


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Laminate veneers, partial restorations and conservative crowns, named “full veneer”, made with ceramic, are predictable treatment options, and have been more and more utilized by clinicians as a predictable type of restorations for anterior and posterior dentition. When bonded to enamel this modality of treatment allows the clinician to obtain a long-term stable result. Utilizing current laboratory techniques, digital technology associate with a strict clinical bonding protocol followed by proper polishing and finishing procedures, is possible to deliver very thin restorations, with minimal loss of hard tissue. This presentation will show some important factors to achieve clinical longevity; in this manner change the way we plan, execute, deliver and control an Oral Rehabilitation made with current ceramic materials.

OBJECTIVES: At the completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how our knowledge about laminate veneers changed restorative dentistry

  • Analyze important factors that affect clinical longevity for ceramic restorations

  • Show the importance of how occlusion determine the selection of the material

AGD Subject Code: 250 Operative (Restorative) Dentistry

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