Predictable Bonding of Indirect Restorations

Online Webinar – In Partnership with Curion

Time & Date

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST / 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST

1.5 Hours



Predictable Bonding of Indirect Restorations – Live Free Webinar

Presented by Dr. Joseph Kim DDS

Wednesday, May 8, 2024
5:00 PM – 6:30 PM PST / 8:00 PM – 9:30 PM EST


Improvements in adhesive science have allowed restorative dentists to perform a wide variety of procedures for their patients including predictable esthetic therapy, direct composite restorations, and indirect restorations in challenging clinical circumstances. This presentation will review common issues and protocols of indirect restorations in clinical practice. After this presentation, participants will have a better understanding of adhesive dentistry and how to achieve predictable outcomes when delivering indirect restorations.


  • Learn about the modern adhesive materials compatible with teeth and multiple substrates.
  • Understand the role modern adhesives and cements play in predictable outcomes.
  • Review the role of resistance and retention form
  • Review bonding protocols for various adhesive procedures.


Register, or learn more about this event and the presenter, here:

If you’re unable to attend live, don’t worry. All registrants will automatically receive a recording of the webinar within 3 business days after the live event.


Joseph Kim, DDS, JD, graduated from the University of Michigan School of Dentistry in 2001. He has maintained a sedation practice in Yorkville, Sugar Grove, and Aurora, where he has focused on comprehensive and implant dentistry. Since 2008, Dr. Kim has trained dentists in implant surgery and restoration, with support from various implant and dental materials manufacturers. Additionally, Dr. Kim operates an in-house dental laboratory which provides unique implant prosthetic solutions to clinicians across the country. Dr. Kim currently serves as Clinical Advisor of R&D at BISCO.

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