Fiber reinforced composite bridge: A case presentation
University of Palestine, Palestine
: Dent Health Curr Res
Restorative dentistry is constantly evolving as a result of innovative treatment solutions based on new materials, treatment techniques and technologies. Composite materials are a prime example for excellent innovations in dentistry. Fibre reinforcement has increased the potential uses of composites within restorative dentistry. This presentation discusses fibre types, structure and the physical properties of fibre-reinforced composites, in addition to outlining some of the potential clinical applications of this group of materials, thus updating participants on the new treatment possibilities offered by these developments.
Jamal Naim has completed his PhD from Free University to Berlin and the German Board in Orthodontics (Facarzt) from Charite in Berlin. He worked from 2003 to 2006 as a scientific researcher at the ortodontic department at the Charite in Berlin. From 2008 to 2018 he was the dean of the faculty of dentistry at the University of Palestine in Gaza. He has published about 6 papers as a coauthor in german speaking journals. Now he works as a lecturer at the University of Palestine and as a trainer in Orthodontics and aesthetic Dentistry in private sector. He is the Head of the dental comittee at the Palestinian Medical Council in Gaza. He owns the largest Dental Center in Gaza with 25 employees.