Edmond Hewlett, DMD
Full Name Edmond Hewlett, DMD
Phone 310-825-7097
Available Topic(s) Making the Perfect Sandwich
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Dr. Edmond R. Hewlett is a native of Los Angeles, California. He attended UCLA from 1972 to 1976 as an undergraduate majoring in Biology, and in 1980 received his D.D.S. degree from the UCLA School of Dentistry. He then completed a 1-year general practice residency program at the University of Illinois Medical Center, Chicago. Returning to Los Angeles, Dr. Hewlett joined the UCLA School of Dentistry faculty in 1982 as a lecturer (part-time). In 1987, Dr. Hewlett was appointed to the full-time academic faculty as an Assistant Professor in the Section of Operative Dentistry, and promoted to Associate Professor with tenure in 1994. Dr. Hewlett is a past Division Chair of Restorative Dentistry at UCLA, and currently serves as Vice-Chair of the Division. In June, 2003, Dr. Hewlett completed postgraduate training in Prosthodontics at UCLA and was awarded a certificate in this dental specialty.

“Making the Perfect ‘Sandwich”

Ever wonder why the same restorative material or technique works for some patients but not for others? If so, you’re not alone. Today’s adhesive technology enables dentists to provide restorative care with minimal invasiveness and stunning esthetics, but the complexity of the materials and the clinical variables that affect their performance is often underappreciated. This presentation will provide attendees with a path through the hype with, practical, evidence-based tips for maximizing restorative predictability. Learn lots of clinical tips, including the Sandwich Technique – combining the best properties of composite resin and glass ionomer to place posterior composites more efficiently while eliminating post-op sensitivity!


1. Understanding the limitations of resin adhesion to dentin and the commonly-encountered clinical variables which can produce sub-optimal adhesion.
2. Reduced confusion when selecting from the vast array of adhesive dental materials.
3. Improved clinical results through better understanding of material properties, interactions, and limitations.

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