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PORCELAIN VENEERS FROM A TO Z: A HANDS-ON PROGRAM

Friday, October 15, 2021 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The focus of this hands-on program is to provide the general practitioner with key insights in achieving predictable and aesthetic outcomes with porcelain veneers. Included in the presentation is a comprehensive aesthetic analysis as well as treatment planning principles required to achieve predictable outcomes. The advantages and disadvantages as well as indications and contraindications for porcelain veneers will be covered. A step-by-step systematic approach to tooth preparation, impression, temporization and cementation will follow. The hands-on component of the program will recap the didactic session, giving course participants the opportunity to prepare, impress and temporize the maxillary anteriors on a typodont.

Learning objectives:

• Review treatment planning principles for porcelain veneers
• Summarize indications, contraindications for porcelain veneers
• Outline step by step clinical protocol tooth preparation, impression, temporization and cementation
• Hands-on component covering fabrication of a silicone reduction matrix, preparation, impression and temporization of six maxillary anterior teeth

700

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SIMPLIFYING THE SINGLE TOOTH IMPLANT: FROM TREATMENT PLANNING TO RESTORATION - A HANDS-ON PROGRAM)

Saturday, October 16, 2021 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

The success of implant-based restorations depends on appropriate prosthodontic treatment planning and a keen understanding of the indications, contraindications, and limitations of the treatment modality. Predictable outcomes also depend on understanding the surgical and prosthetic principles involved in patient rehabilitation, as well as proper clinical protocols.

This comprehensive hands-on program will provide the clinician with the fundamental concepts in treatment planning and restoring single-unit implant-supported restorations. Participants will gain an in-depth understanding of the clinical steps involved in management of the single missing tooth. The course will review the fundamentals of the restoration of the single missing tooth as well as the most recent technological advancements in implant dentistry.

Topics to be covered:

• Single tooth treatment planning
• Screw vs. cemented restorations when and why?
• Single stage vs. two stage surgical protocol
• Indications for immediate implant placement
• Indications for immediate temporization/immediate load
• Review of prosthetic components
• Step by step conventional and digital workflow for implant restoration
• Digital dentistry workflow
• Digital impressions

Hands-on exercises:
The hands-on portion of this program will introduce participants to numerous prosthetic components related to the restoration of the single missing tooth. Participants will fabricate a provisional single tooth implant restoration, make customized impression coping for final impressions, make a single tooth final impression using both conventional impression coping and scan bodies.

700