Ensuring Success with Implants using the Turbyfil Denture Technique
Plus, an hour each of LEAP and Opioid CE – both required for license renewal.
Friday, October 13, 2023
8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Armstrong Campus - Georgia Southern University
11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah, GA 31419
6 CE Credit Hours
$275 for SEDDS Members ($375 for non-members)
$50 for an additional guest, staff or spouse (non-dentist)
About this Course
With the success and predictability of implants, you may think that you will never have to make another denture. Nothing could be farther from the truth. The process of constructing an "approved provisional denture" gives the dentist the ability to determine tooth position and an understanding of the vertical dimension of occlusion as well as the vertical dimension of speech. This is critical in defining the neutral zone and tooth position, not only for function, but aesthetics. This complete denture course will concentrate on the process of complete denture construction and provide the participants and aesthetic and functional checklist to be used to gain predictable results. This class will teach the attendees:
- Treatment planning implant placement with the approved provisional denture and the clear duplicate
- To use the Denture Aesthetic and Function Checklist.
- To fabricate base plates and occlusion rims suing the 10-20 rule, and how to use the base plates and occlusion times in mounting edentulous models on an articulator; this provides a diagnostic mounting.
- The tooth selection process and setting denture teeth using the Denture Aesthetic and Function Checklist.
- To use the approved provisional denture to provide all the parameters to ensure success
- How to use Flow-cast in a predictable manner
- How to make an accurate centric bite record with the approved provisional denture
- The finalization process
- How to fabricate a duplicate denture, a clear duplicate denture, and a scan guide.
- Recording centric relation, box bead and pouring of the approved provisional denture
- Selecting the appropriate tooth material; porcelain, plastic or gold
- When, where and how to use soft liners
About Our Presenter
A graduate of the University of Georgia and the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, James L. Cassidy Jr., D.M.D., C.D.T has practiced in Macon Georgia since 1983. His keen interest in dental laboratory technology led to his receiving a C.D.T. certification in 1992. He currently practices
with his son, Dr. James Cassidy III. His son, Charles Cassidy owns and operates Cassidy Dental Labs in Macon.
Dr. Cassidy has lectured extensively at major meetings across the United States and Canada and has served as a faculty member at the Medical College of Georgia in the department of Oral Rehabilitation. He has taught the Removable Partial Denture and Complete Denture courses for the masters program of the Academy of General Dentistry at the University of Florida for many years.
Dr. Cassidy is a member of the American Academy of Restorative Dentistry, American Equilibration Society, American Dental Association, American College of Dentists and is currently the Georgia Section chairman, Pierre Fauchard Academy, International College of Dentists, Central District Dental Society and Past President of the Bibb County Dental Society.