Carlos Fernández Villares

Degree in dentistry, Complutense University of Madrid 2000 Postgraduate degree in aesthetic dentistry, Complutense University of Madrid 2002 Collaborator professor in the master of aesthetic dentistry in Madrid UCM since 2004 Collaborator professor in the Master of Restorative Dentistry based in New Technologies Collaborator Professor in the Continuous Education Program (“Anterior Composite Resins” module and “Clinical Cases” module) in the Complutense University of Madrid since 2006 Member of S.E.P.E.S Spanish Society of Dental and Esthetic Protheses. Author of a chapter in a book in the area of aesthetic dentistry (“El Manual de Odontología”) Author of several articles in the area of aesthetic and restorative dentistry International lecture in aesthetic and restorative dentistry and hands-on courses internationally and in Spain Private practice focus on aesthetic and restorative dentistry in Azero & Villares Dentistas in Madrid, Spain Dr. Carlos Fernández Villares Azero & Villares Dentistas C/ Mateo García 12, 28017 Madrid, Spain www.azerovillares.com
Degree in dentistry, Complutense University of Madrid 2000 Postgraduate degree in aesthetic dentistry, Complutense University of Madrid 2002 Collaborator professor in the master of aesthetic dentistry in Madrid UCM since 2004 Collaborator professor in the Master of Restorative Dentistry based in New Technologies Collaborator Professor in the Continuous Education Program (“Anterior Composite Resins” module and “Clinical Cases” module) in the Complutense University of Madrid since 2006 Member of S.E.P.E.S Spanish Society of Dental and Esthetic Protheses. Author of a chapter in a book in the area of aesthetic dentistry (“El Manual de Odontología”) Author of several articles in the area of aesthetic and restorative dentistry International lecture in aesthetic and restorative dentistry and hands-on courses internationally and in Spain Private practice focus on aesthetic and restorative dentistry in Azero & Villares Dentistas in Madrid, Spain Dr. Carlos Fernández Villares Azero & Villares Dentistas C/ Mateo García 12, 28017 Madrid, Spain www.azerovillares.com

EVENTS BY THIS MEMBER

A course where some recipes for easy dentistry in posterior restorations will be shown. Theoretical part and demo of posterior restorations http://coelp.es/78-menu/624-style.html
Modular course where Dr. Carlos Fernández Villares participates in the anterior composites course and the clinical cases discussion https://odontologia.ucm.es/data/cont/docs/28-2015-07-16-D02-Estetica2015-201640.pdf

ARTICLES PUBLISHED BY THIS AUTHOR

Closing diastemas with a direct technique might seem quite unpredictable; composite resins allow a very conservative treatment that provides us with very natural results, and without removing natural sound tissues. Actual composite resins allow us to mimic natural teeth even when they have been previously bleached. In this clinical case we are going to show some tips and tricks to use anterior matrix and how to get the best out of this kind of treatment.

Posterior isolation helps us prevent fluids and contamination from invading the area of our restoration when going direct, and that of our build up for indirect solutions. We have several solutions for interproximal area restorations, and for those cases in which when we have deep margins to restore, as you can read in our previous articles. On the other hand, sometimes we need to put a matrix right in a place where the clamp is placed, and then our problem starts; if we want to put the matrix prior to the isolation, we can't put the rubber dam, and if we want to do the opposite, the matrix will not adjust the cervical margin. We are going to show a clinical case and a solution for those types of situation to help you in daily practice.

Diastema closure is one of the most demanded treatments in aesthetic dentistry. Ideally, orthodontic treatment must be accomplished to give proper space relationships and good occlusion but in some cases this is not possible and we need the help of the restorative treatment. Diagnostic, patient approval and a recipe to obtain good results is mandatory. We are going to show the case step by step to teach a protocol that can make you have success in this type of treatments
New materials allow us to improve our restorations making them look natural in a very fast way and without too many difficulties. In this case we present a class I made with new bulk fill material in only one increment obtaining a result feasible, teachable, and repeatable

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