Filling materials of the future
Properties of new materials and digital techniques.
The dental materials of the future must be able to combat the main reasons that current materials fail, which are secondary caries and fracture. In addition, the materials must be easy to use. Such materials need chemistry that takes into account the biological properties of enamel and dentin.
- Reasons for failure of today’s materials
- Patient’s and dentist’s favorable material
- Do regulations prevent new materials?
Duration of the lecture: The lecture can be held as a 45 min presentation or as an extended version lasting up to 1,5 hours.
This course is accepted in the continuing education program for the Norwegian Dental Association (NDA/NTF).
Jon E. Dahl, CEO
dr. odont & DSc
Jon is CEO at NIOM and has been professor at the Dental Faculty, University of Oslo. He holds degrees in dentistry and toxicology and studied health effects of exposure to environmental chemicals and of chemicals from dental materials for more than 30 years.
Jon is actively engaged in international standardization on biological and clinical evaluation of medical devices. Jon is author and coauthor on a large number of international and national publications on toxicology and dental materials properties.