Lecture : 9:00AM - 12:00PM

3 CE Points

Online Via ZOOM

Speakers and Topics:
 
9:00am- 10:30am: 
Beautiful and Functional Smile Principles: 10 Steps for a Successful outcome in Esthetic Zone Tooth supported Crowns and Bridges:
AGD Subject Code: 610

Description:

Esthetic zone restorations require comprehensive planning. Making crowns and bridges requires an objective and subjective analysis of a number of factors. The advantages and disadvantages of fixed prosthodontic principles need to be considered and the sequence of pre-treatment principles to post-treatment outcomes can be quite challenging. There are, more than ever, numerous factors that can effect the biological and technological balance. The choice of materials in different clinical situations demands a very artistic approach to meet the demands of pink and white esthetics. Bridges require measurably more planning and assessment than crowns. Restoring a tooth unit in this way can be very satisfying when all the factors are taken into account.

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Dr. M. K. (Bobby) Baig

B.D.S., A.E.G.D., Cert. Prostho.,F.R.C.D.(C)

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 10:30am- 12:00pm: 
Occlusion in fixed prosthodontics
AGD Subject Code: 610

Description:

In complex dental reconstructive cases, one of the foundations for a long-lasting prosthesis is the appropriate use of occlusion.  Rules have been developed over the years that provide us a way of organizing cases in a way that renders some of the more complex cases straightforward.  A strong understanding of these rules and of where they do and don't apply is integral in the treatment of complex dentistry.  Dogma will be reviewed and in some cases debunked.  The reason for the rules rather than strict interpretation will be emphasized and clinical relevance for the occlusal tools will be stressed.  The end goal is to provide the clinician with a more thorough understanding of the role of occlusion in complex dentistry.

 

Topics to be reviewed:

1) Anatomy and physiology

2) Historical dogma

3) Determinants of occlusion

4) Centric Relation

5) Occlusal Vertical Dimension

6) Occlusal morphology

7) The role of incisal guidance

8) Clinical applications

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Dr. Mo Taheri

Sponsors

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CE Provider:

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Toronto Implant Academy (TIA)

Nationally Approved PACE Program Provider for FAGD/MAGD credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by any regulatory authority or AGD endorsement. 9/1/2019-8/31/2022. Provider ID# 355116