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Hiroki Goto, RDT

Creating dental occlusion using the build-up technique

Saturday, September 21st, 2013
Session 1: 8:30-9:00
Hiroki Goto, RDT


For successful dental technicians, it is often a challenge and a triumph to achieve esthetically accurate restorations. Whether basic or advanced restoration cases, the work begins with the ability to control the opacity of porcelain materials. With a solid understanding of material properties and creative methodology, you can gain ultimate control over your porcelain and "rule the opacity."
Lecture attendees will learn proven, effective tips for basic porcelain work as well as advanced approaches for more complex cases. The presentation will cover masking porcelain for veneers, concepts for CZR porcelain, and winning approaches for complicated cases.


Hiroki Goto, RDT graduated from the Ai-Shi Dental Technique School in 1992 and completed post graduate work at the International Dental Academy in Tokyo. He has mentored with Mr. Naoki Aiba and Mr. Willi Geller through their prestigious Oral Design Courses. Mr. Goto is the Laboratory Manager for the Sheets and Paquette Dental Practice, a private prosthodontic practice in Newport Beach, California. He is an accomplished laboratory technician, ceramist, and educator with over 20 years of experience in Japan, Canada and the United States, and he has served as an international instructor for Noritake such as in Europe, Japan and the United States. Mr. Goto's work can been found in peer-reviewed publications worldwide and he lectures and teaches hands-on courses on both national and international levels.

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