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Esthetic Dentistry MasterTrack with Dr. Joyce Bassett

June 7, 2024 12:30 PM - June 8, 2024 9:00 PM (GMT)

Event registration

Admission | Early Bird $1399 + 13% HST (735454316 RT001)

This ticket includes 2 days (lecture + hands-on). Breakfast/Coffee/Lunch included. Free Parking. ...Read more

CA$1,580.87 each



Want to master the art of invisible restorations?

Eager to elevate your dental practice with the latest in aesthetic dentistry?

Learn with Dr. Joyce Bassett (@smilesbyjoyce)

  • Top 25 female dentists
  • KOIS clinical instructor
  • Past president of AACD

Unlock the secrets to beautiful and undetectable restorations. Master design, techniques and art of restorations in this 2 Day hands-on workshop to catapult your practice into the elite sphere of dental aesthetics.

Course Outline

Day 1 Hands-on Workshop - June 7th @ Ivoclar Facility


Latest technology updates to aid you in Mastering Anterior and Posterior Techniques of Direct Composite (lecture with hands-on component IVOCLAR)

This course is meticulously crafted to update you on the latest technologies, review current concepts and train your eye to see nuances followed by enhanced hand skills. Techniques to create morphologically precise direct anterior and posterior composite restorations will be discussed and demonstrated. You will develop artistic capabilities by training your eyes to see the different dimensions of color, when evaluating an anterior tooth. You will then learn which opacities and thickness to use in each area to be reconstructed and make a fracture line disappear. Learn when and how to use pink composite to mimic gingiva.

Step by step finishing and polishing technique will be shown that predictably will mimic the contralateral tooth’s facial anatomy and reflective surfaces. You will restore both a class IV and build a direct composite veneer and create a morphologically precise undetectable restoration.

This class will utilize an easy, fast and practical placement technique with a bulk fill posterior composite. This procedure is based on proven adhesives, advanced composite materials and new technologies. The cases presented have been published in national peer-reviewed journals. There is something for everyone to learn in this presentation.


Afternoon - Ceramics: Mastering Preparation Design, Material Selection, and Cementation

Course Topic – Preparation Design Hands-On Workshop

Do you ever wonder where to remove tooth structure when prepping a difficult case? Is your laboratory team frustrated at time with the preparation design of your case? It is difficult to obtain the final esthetics because we removed too much tooth structure here and not enough there? Do you realize your preps are the guide for the final esthetic? Dr. Bassett will present how to simplify difficult space management cases using incisal and labial reduction prep guides, as published in leading dental publications. These techniques ensure predictable and repeatable results. Each participant will prepare an eight-unit space management case.

Participants should bring magnification loupes and a steady hand.

Learning Objectives:

  1. Develop the knowledge to confidently manage a difficult space management case
  2. Master the concepts of reduction preparation guides and know how and when to use the guides and integrate them with basic preparation design principles
  3. Master composite provisional augmentation and then use depth cutters across the facials to facilitate preparation to attain minimal tooth reduction.

Day 2 Workshop - Venue TBD

Morning - From Simple to Complex: What’s new in Digital Design and Technology, Veneers, Crowns, Implant Restorations, Treatment Planning, Case Acceptance and More

This innovative, fast-paced presentation will explore frequently seen problems that occur during restorative treatment, showcasing a variety of modes of failures. You will learn systematic techniques that can be used to both prevent and remedy these failures. This digitally generated approach will guide the dentist and expedite important design decisions, provide unique patient communication options, and improve the predictability of the aesthetic outcome. You will develop presentation skills and verbiage to instill confidence with your patients, offer realistic patient expectations, and brand you as the go-to dentist. You will leave the course with the whole package necessary to catapult your practice to the top level of aesthetic dentistry. There is something for everyone to learn in this presentation.

  1. Master the usage of systemized techniques to treat simple to complex cases with veneers, crowns, and implants
  2. Elevate your verbal skills and boost your case acceptance
  3. Learn how to evaluate the digital mockup in the analog world, chairside and make corrections to enhance the prototypes, before final restorations are created.
  4. Learn how to utilize digital libraries and choose the proper tooth forms that will optimize the illusion of harmony and balance in complex space management cases.

Afternoon - The Complex Aesthetic Case: When & How to Open the Vertical

Failures in dentistry are frequently blamed on materials, but in reality, many times we, the dentist are the culprit. We treat the anterior teeth as cosmetic challenges, and we forget to look at the relationship of form and function. This presentation will simplify occlusion by combining dental facial treatment planning in combination with function. By applying a few basic principles, we can design the proper amount of restorative space for our restorations. This innovative, fast-paced course will explore aesthetics that are BUILT TO LAST.


  1. Learn how to diagnose and treatment plan an aesthetic case.
  2. Evaluate the patient’s incisor position and morphology, their dento-facial requirements, and implement the techniques to determine the appropriate vertical dimension, and create synergy between form and function.
  3. Understanding distinctive steps to simplify restorative preparations and Identify which adhesives and restorative materials work the best for maximum predictability.

Course Pricing

Two days of Hands-On training and certification is available for $1399 + HST (Early Bird until April 30th)

You will get 2 days of in-person mentorship and guidance from our amazing faculty as well as included meals.

Edropin Faculty


JOYCE BASSETT, DDS, FAACD, FAGD, practices comprehensive restorative and aesthetic dentistry in Scottsdale, Arizona. She is an Accredited Fellow of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry and President 2015-2016. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Aesthetic Dentistry, an Associate member of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry, a KOIS Clinical Instructor, an active member in the Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics, and a Fellow in the AGD. Dr. Bassett also has served as adjunct faculty, teaching the aesthetic continuum at the Arizona School of Dentistry. She is a member of the Catapult Group speaker’s bureau, voted one of the top five female CE educators. Bassett is an international lecturer, published author, and member of the editorial board of several peer-reviewed publications. She is a recipient of the Lucy Hobbs award for Clinical Expertise, the AACD Evy Award for Excellence in Teaching Cosmetic Dentistry Education, the Volunteer Dentist of the Year award for Arizona CASS dental clinic, and she has received the Give Back a Smile volunteer service award twice.


Day 1 - Ivoclar Facility @ 6600 Dixie Rd, Mississauga, ON L5T 2Y2

Registration opens at 8:30 am.

Workshop starts at 9:00 am - 5:00 pm with scheduled breaks

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