Indirect bonded restorations: the whole way through - 24/02/2024 - Dr David Gerdolle

24feb(feb 24)09:0025(feb 25)19:0009:00 - 19:00 (25)(GMT+00:00) Get On The Waiting ListEvent OverEvent Type BIOMIMETICSIndirect bonded restorations: the whole way through - 24/02/2024 - Dr David GerdolleVillage Hotel Glasgow, village hotel club, 7 Festival Gate, Pacific Dr, Glasgow G51 1DB


Waiting List is closed for this event.

Event Details

Indirect bonded restorations: the whole way through

Event Date: 24/02/2024 till 25/02/2024 

Event Time: 9am – 5:30pm

Venue: Village Hotel, Glasgow 

Course fee: early bird £1825 (inc vat) until 30 Nov. Thereafter fee £1995 (inc vat)

Includes: lunch, refreshments, course manual and Komet posterior onlay preparation bur kit.

CPDA Approved 4 sessions

14 hrs CPD

Adhesive dentistry has transformed our field towards significantly longer-lasting and more aesthetic dental restorations. Not only because the restorations itself are performing well, but mostly because more dental tissues are preserved. The Bio-Emulation group’s philosophy is to observe, preserve and conserve. Re-creating the anatomical form and optical features of the intact tooth remains an arduous and challenging task and at times an elusive one, both within the clinical and technical dental realms.

Regarding bonded indirect restorations, protocols are actually well standardized and the literature demonstrates similar or even better success rates than conventional cemented restorations over 15Y follow up.

The aim of this course is thus to focus on posterior teeth and full mouth reconstructions in daily situations, when decayed, broken or worn teeth have to be restored. Special care will be dedicated on the fundamental aspects of the preparation and of the cementation procedures (isolating, using the operative microscope, cleaning the decayed tissue, bonding efficiently to various substrates, etc.).

Programme  Day 1:



Fundamentals of posterior teeth preparations

Preparation design: Bio_Emulation principles in relation to tooth

preparation, Immediate Dentin Sealing, tooth build up, deep margin elevation


Which material for posterior bonded restorations ?

Biomechanical considerations : the cracked tooth

Impression techniques : conventional or digital ?

Temporisation Solutions

Hands-on Programme :

15h-19h00 : Posterior tooth preparation for indirect adhesive restoration

David will first achieve a one hour demonstration, participants will then repeat and practice the porcedures

Ultimate isolation technique for tooth preparation

Margin elevation using direct composite

Immediate dentin sealing

Finishing and polishing procedure


Programme  Day 2: 


9:00-11:00 :

Ultimate isolation techniques for cementation

Day-to-day protocols for Adhesive Cementation Procedures

11:30-14:00 :

Limits of bonded partial restorations and failures

Global approach and complex treatment plans: erosion and wear

Experimental and further developments

Hands-on Programme :

15:00-19:00 : Onlay adhesive cementation on model

David will first deliver a one hour demonstration, participants will then repeat and practice the procedures

Ultimate isolation technique for adhesive cementation

Composite onlay cementation using viscous pre-heated photocured luting composite on one side and flowable dual-cured luting composite on the other side

Practice of the finishing and polishing procedures

Course supported by


Speakers for this event

  • Dr David Gerdolle

    Dr David Gerdolle

    Dr David Gerdolle was born in Epinal (France) and is graduated from the Dental University of Nancy (1993). He has achieved a number of Postgraduate Diplomas from the Universities of Paris and Gothenburg, in Oral and Osteo-articular Biology, Implantology, Prosthodontics and Adhesive Dentistry.

    David has been member of the teaching staff of the University of Nancy between 1993 and 2005, and runs a private practice in Vevey-Montreux since 2006. His practice is dedicated to conservative and minimal invasive dentistry. David is currently directing a Postgraduate Certificate at the University of Paris and is also involved in research programs on resin composites in the University of Nancy.

    He lectures worldwide in seminars and congresses as well as giving hands-on courses and performing live demonstrations on patients in the field of adhesive and minimally invasive dentistry. As an author and co-author, David has published widely in scientific national and international journals on this topic.


February 24(Saturday) 9:00am - February 25(Sunday) 7:00pm(GMT+01:00)


Village Hotel Glasgow

village hotel club, 7 Festival Gate, Pacific Dr, Glasgow G51 1DB

Other Events

Village Hotel Glasgow

Get Directions

Ticket Section

Buy Tickets NOW!

early bird £1825 (inc vat) until 30 Nov. Thereafter fee £1995 (inc vat)

Secure payments via Stripe

Tickets no longer available as event is fully booked