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When teeth are missing, damaged, and in the wrong place; when the patient’s occlusion has deteriorated; when a smile has lost it’s beauty – where do you start and how do you finish? In other words, what do you do when all of your normal reference points are missing? How do you restore your patient to a result that is beautiful, stable, and healthy? The answers to those questions are what you will take away from this lecture. The fundamentals of esthetics and function and their relationship to one another will guide our detailed look at treatment planning and decision making in both the complex and simple cases that come your way.
Part Two Learning Objectives:
1) Fundamental concepts of occlusion and function.
2) Posterior functional reference points and tooth relationships.
3) Anterior functional reference points and tooth relationships.
4) Connecting anterior and posterior function with esthetics.
5) Understanding the functional risk of the patient.
Course Number: T23B
- Dental Assistants
- Dental Therapist
- Student Dentists
About the speaker
Edwin A. McDonald, D.D.S., FAGD, FICD
Dr. McDonald is a graduate of the University of Texas Branch at Houston, a fellow of the Academy of General Dentistry and the International College of Dentists. He is also a visiting faculty member at the Pankey Institute and Spear Education.
|Fundamental CE Credits||0|
|Elective CE Credits||0|
|Core CE Credits||2.0|
|Core Topic||Diagnose & Treatment Planning|
|Dentist Regular Fee||$45.00|
|Staff Regular Fee||$45.00|