Oral Health Group
Continuing Education

Fundamentals Of Anterior Tooth And Implant Esthetics

December 06 - December 07, 2019
Robert H. Lee Family Boardroom, UBC 6163 University Boulevard

This course is designed for those who want to master restoration of teeth and implants in the aesthetic zone and differentiate their practices in a competitive dental field. You will learn case presentation and patient communication skills that will explore acceptance of your aesthetic cases. In this course you will master digital smile design, digital record collection based on the latest scientific evidence and technology and minimally invasive tooth preparations from veneers to crowns. You will learn to manage soft tissues around dental implants and deliver masterful provisional and final implant crowns that are indecipherable from the natural dentition.
Participants will attend a full day lecture on Friday, December 6 and a hands-on clinical workshop on Saturday, December 7. There will be two live patient demonstrations on Saturday. The first demonstrates custom implant level impression, tissue modification and management around implants, and crown delivery. The second demonstration illustrates veneer and crown preparation and provisionalization. Participants will use manikin heads during the hands-on workshop to practice veneer and crown preparation and implant crown provisional fabrication in the esthetics zone.


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