Presenters: Drs Janice Kan and Raelene Sambrook Location: City West, West Perth Date: Friday 17th of April, 2015.Through the restoration of heavily broken down teeth and replacement of lost teeth in worn dentition,
Location: City West, West Perth
Date: Friday 17th of April, 2015.
Through the restoration of heavily broken down teeth and replacement of lost teeth in worn dentition, prosthodontic rehabilitation aims to restore form, function and aesthetics and bring about relative stability of dental arches. Rehabilitative strategies may range from the mainstay of conventional fixed and removable prosthodontics to an increasing trend of adhesive techniques.
It is important to note that there is no absolute stability under hostile oral conditions. Hence, it is crucial to identify, control and eliminate (if possible) the aetiological factors that may have resulted in the predicament in the first place, as this may help to prolong the success and survival of restored dentition. This course is designed to provide a better understanding in the identification of aetiological factors, diagnosis and treatment planning with various management approaches available in the treatment of worn dentition.
Key topics to be covered
- Identify the type of tooth wear, control and eliminate aetiological factors
- Case history, examination, data collection
- Does extent of tooth wear warrant treatment
- Prosthodontic rehabilitation – treatment sequence
- Maintenance of restored dentition
- Case Illustrations
(Friday) 8:30 pm - 5:00 pm
City West, West Perth
Drs Janice Kan and Raelene Sambrook