September 23, 2022 12:00 PM - 08:45 PM (GMT)
Do you often ask this question in your practice...Should I restore this tooth or should I extract?
Difficult questions like these often involve situations such as fractured anterior teeth at the gingival margin. In cases like these it's common to ask; should I do endo and a post and core, or extract and place an implant and what do I need to look at to make an informed decision? Or another common situation is when a patient presents with an existing un-esthetic three-unit anterior FPD; should I replace it, or do an implant and 3 single unit restorations? What needs to be evaluated? What does the literature say about the 5, 10, and 20 year success of FPD’s vs Implants?
Hosted by Durban Lab & Crosstown Dental Lab, this presentation will focus on these kinds of dilemmas involving tooth retention and restoration, vs removal and replacement. The specific clinical dilemmas covered, in addition to the two listed above, will be teeth with apical root resorption, internal or external resorption, ankylosis, advanced bone loss, horizontal root fractures, and existing failing endodontic treatment. Clinical examples and literature support will be presented for all of the above listed dilemmas. In addition, the interdisciplinary management of deficient alveolar ridges in the esthetic zone will be covered. This will include the treatment options available to manage the deficient ridge, and also how to decide between implant or tooth supported restorations. And finally, a decision tree on predicting the prognosis for anterior implant esthetic success will be presented, as well as a segment on the treatment options and decision process for correcting un-esthetic anterior implants.
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$599 for Dentists & $399 for Team Members (+ HST)
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👉 Here is a glimpse of what you will learn:
✅ An algorithm of key questions to ask when deciding whether to retain and restore vs remove and replace.
✅ What the literature findings are regarding the long-term success rates are for the different treatment options available for the conditions listed above.
✅ How the age of the patient impacts the treatment decision of whether to retain and restore vs remove and replace, the concept of “Management vs Cure”.
✅ The importance of looking forward to, “What is next”, can impact the choice of what to do now.
✅ What to evaluate to predict the esthetic outcome of anterior implants.
✅ What to evaluate and what options exist to manage existing anterior un-esthetic implants
Ready to save your spot? Register today as Dr. Frank Spear is very popular and spots are very limited for Fall 2022.
As co-founder and director of Spear Education, Dr. Spear continues to be recognized as one of the premier educators in esthetic and restorative dentistry in the world. He earned his dental degree at the University of Washington in 1979 and an M.S.D. in periodontal prosthodontics in 1982.
Dr. Spear has been recognized by numerous associations for his contributions to dentistry. In 1993, he was awarded the Christensen Award for Excellence in Restorative Education from the Chicago Dental Society. In 1995, the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry presented him with a special award for having advanced the art and science of cosmetic dentistry in the U.S. In 1996, he received the Saul Schluger Memorial Award for Excellence in Diagnosis and Treatment Planning from the Seattle Study Club. In 2003, he and colleague Vincent G. Kokich were awarded the first-ever President’s Award for excellence in education from the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry.
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