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Online Self-Study Continuing Education (CE) Course

Multidisciplinary Crowns & Bridges Multidisciplinary Crowns & Bridges

Continuing Education Credits:
1 CEU (Continuing Education Unit)

Course Presenter(s):
Michael Sonick, DMD
Ernesto A. Lee, DMD
Stephen J. Chu, DMD, MSD, CDT
Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT


Date Added:
07/31/2008

Course Description:

5 lectures with multiple choice questions describing the various facets of interdisciplinary planning related to advanced restorative treatment.

Learning Objectives:

The enhancement of the clinicians understanding and ability to successfully integrate the various disciplines of dentistry into crown and bridge work .

Continuing Education Course Modules
1 Interdisciplinary TX Planning in the Esthetic Zone
The role of the generalist, surgeon, and orthodontist is reviewed and highlighted by Dr. Sonick in this multidisciplinary case report. The importance of gingival cosmetics is a feature of any esthetic plan.
2 Esthetic Crown Lengthening
In this lecture, Dr. Ernesto Lee, director of the Periodontal-Prosthesis Program at the University of Pennsylvania, outlines the biologic, surgical and esthetic parameters that must be adhered to successfully achieve esthetic crown lengthening. Restorative guidelines, including provisionalization are also discussed.
3 Chu's Esthetic Gauges - Part 1
Dr. Chu presents a lecture on esthetic tooth dimensions and demonstrates a new instrument to assist the clinician in determining the ideal crown size.
4 Chu's Esthetic Gauges - Part 2
In Part 2 of Dr. Chu’s lecture he discusses in detail the utilization of a new instrument that easily guides clinicians in determining optimal proportions of anterior teeth and restorations in esthetic dentistry.
5 Selecting a Ceramic System
Pinhas Adar give his perspectives on how to choose a proper ceramic system for each particular case. He highlights the differences that specific systems possess and the importance of utilizing them to create the best, natural optical effects.
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