Contemporary dentistry offers significant opportunities to correct esthetic problems with an interdisciplinary approach including periodontal surgical treatment, implant dentistry and prosthodontics. Each patient's perception of esthetics is unique; therefore, communication is omnipotent when establishing a realistic goal of treatment. This is particularly important when treating a periodontally compromised patient whose supporting structures have been lost and need to be replaced.
This presentation, featuring Dr. Myron Nevins, will examine the proper sequencing of periodontal and restorative dental procedures. The prime dictate factor that dominates our decision-making process is the loss of alveolar bone. This is the third lecture in the Clinical Lecture Series. The cost of this course is $60 and participants will earn one hour of Continuing Professional Education credit. Register here.
- Describe incremental treatment planning
- Discuss periodontal surgical therapy, implants for the periodontal patient, and the restorative margin and the periodontium
- Understand oral maintenance therapy post treatment
Contact Tiffany Sarkissian with questions.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellation 7 days before the course will be eligible for full refund. No refund will be made within 7 days of the course initiation date.