Keys to Long-Term Success of Complex Therapies

Restorative and periodontal considerations

Fereidoun Daftary, DDS, MSD
Homa H. Zadeh, DDS, PhD
Tuition: $1495

  • 7 hours of on-demand online education
  • 7 hours of live lecture + hands-on workshop
  • Live event: Saturday September 14, 2019

Long-term success of patients undergoing complex dental therapies requires, careful risk assessment, utilizing appropriate diagnostic measures and tests. Treatment planning that considers all facets, including periodontal, prosthetic and laboratory aspects allow for the formulation of comprehensive treatment objectives.

Educational Objectives:

  • Occlusion & occlusal analysis: decision making and steps to achieve stable occlusion
  • Centric occlusion, centric relation or habitual occlusion: how to diagnose the correct position for various restorative scenarios
  • Edentulous patients: how to establish the vertical dimension and bite registration
  • Partially edentulous with or with out posterior bite collapse: accurate establishment of vertical dimension and centric relation position
  • Changing vertical: decision making for when to change the vertical, what diagnostic tools to use, what factors to consider and steps involved in therapy
  • Occlusal therapeutic appliances: what appliance and when to use them
  • Ortho-restorative-perio interface
  • Provisionalization: role in reconstruction
  • Material selection
  • Color matching: understanding the complexities of color (chroma and value), texture and vitality
  • Digital vs analogue or hybrid workflow in the diagnostic

Simulated Exercises:

  • Restorative contour development: critical and subcritical contour
  • Prototype fabrication and utilization

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