Waxing occlusal anatomy prep for composite


Daniel Dunka

Over time, the occlusal surface of teeth has evolved to support its function to the fullest. In dental practices, it is our daily task to restore dental anatomy. Therefore, its knowledge belongs to the basics of our education. In this workshop you will learn rules, tips and tricks on how to successfully shape the occlusal morphology of the upper first molars. Wax, used in laboratories, is an ideal material to practice your skills in copying nature and thus achieving a higher level of proficiency when using composite materials in the patient’s mouth. The know-how of dental technicians has proven very helpful in deeper understanding the techniques that can be used to achieve better results. Mutual cooperation of dentist/technician always leads to exceptional results and the satisfaction of our patients.