Full-contour zirconia restorations are quickly becoming the hot topic in the dental industry. Recent advancements in CAD/CAM technology have brought years of know-how to implant dentistry. Are hybrids constructed of acrylics and metal substructures a thing of the past? Can full-contour zirconia solve problems? During this program, Dr. Mullins will present an overview of zirconia’s history in the dental field, bringing to light what laboratories and dentists have learned about how to treat this not-so-new material. Surgeons will learn how to avoid pitfalls of placement of implants for hybrid restorations. How can guided surgery improve restorative outcomes? Restoring doctors will learn the step-by-step process of full contour zirconium hybrids restorations.
Dr. Wesley Mullins Bio
Dr. Mullins attained his bachelor’s degree from West Virginia University, and then went on to earn his dental degree from the West Virginia University School of Dentistry. Committed to lifetime learning in the dental field, Dr. Mullins completed his general practice residency at the University of Tennessee Medical Center and recently obtained fellowship status in the Academy of General Dentistry. His concentration on advanced restorative materials, state of the art dentistry, oral surgery, implant dentistry, and the management of medically compromised patients allow him to provide his patients with the best options for improving a smile that dentistry has to offer. Dr. Mullins currently practices in a solo practice in Powell, TN and is an instructor at the University of Tennessee Medical Center in Knoxville.