In recent years, there has been a higher demand for enduring dentistry. New techniques, procedures, and improved materials are necessary to meet the increasing demands. These developments help us bring more benefits to the patient such as higher patient satisfaction and outcomes.
This course is intended for private practice dentists who desire to bring improved clinical and esthetic improvements to their patients. This course will greatly assist dentists in the management of their Prosthodontics patients, following the most current trends in the area of restorative dentistry.
Upon Completion of this course, participants should be able to:
- Review the different types of dental ceramic materials
- review the indications for bonding dental ceramics
- Understand the role of 2D and 3D imaging in the placement of dental implants
- Understand the role of 2D and 3D imaging in dental implant follow-up
- Understand soft tissue perioral anatomy and diagnosis
- Discuss surgical and non-surgical techniques for perioral soft tissue improvement
- Identify appropriate patients for perioral soft tissue procedures
- Discuss current materials and fabrication methods in digital dentistry