Resin composites are increasingly used in the daily routine of restorative dentistry. Additive adhesive restorations are now preferred by dentists and patients alike. The injection technique involves transferring a pre-functionally tested diagnostic wax-up with a translucent silicone wall. In this webinar, we will learn about the potential of this technique in the treatment of worn teeth. The workflow regarding data acquisition, smile design, wax-up creation and occlusal design will be discussed. We will also discuss the benefits of increasing the vertical dimension of the occlusion including the Dahl concept. The injection technique is a predictable and consistent technique for treating the abrasion dentition.
His areas of special interest include replacement of missing teeth, bite problems, and aesthetic dentistry. He is a member of the American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics and the American Prosthodontic Society and he annually attends their meetings in Chicago. Recently he became a faculty member of Spear Education, the leading educational institute in the U.S.
Since 2008 Kostas has been teaching undergraduate and postgraduate dental students at King’s College (Guy’s Hospital). This involves giving weekly seminars, clinical demonstrations and supervision of patient treatment. He currently teaches training specialists in Prosthodontics.
He is married to Arzu and they have one son, Alexis. In his spare time he enjoys traveling and sports such as football and running