Smile Line Rehabilitation with Crowns, Veneers, & Implants
Friday, May11th, 2018
Dentists are often challenged to provide esthetically pleasing smiles to patients with missing teeth or teeth compromised by dental carries, wear, erosion or pernicious habits. The goal is to preserve remaining tooth structure and prevent further breakdown. However, dentists are also presented with the opportunity to not only restore, but to enhance these patients’ dental esthetics. The sequential treatment steps of smile line rehabilitation are largely influenced by the anticipated esthetic results. Topics of discussion include the influence of esthetics on jaw relations, diagnostic waxing, provisional restorations as the esthetic template, and sequential restoration techniques that simplify the process of complete rehabilitation. Treatment plans involving combinations of crowns, veneers and implant restorations are presented.
- List current techniques of crown restoration
- Demonstrate the advantages of progressive veneer preparation
- Recognize the potential of implants in the esthetic zone
- Develop treatment planning with combinations of crowns, veneers and implants
George Priest, DMD
Priest Prosthodontics - Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force
175 Bourne Avenue
Pooler, Georgia 31322
Members paying registration fee are highly encouraged to bring staff members at no additional charge. Lunch will be provided for dentists only during the break: support organized dentistry, earn CE credits and enjoy fellowship with colleagues through your attendance.
Registration 8:00 a.m.
Course 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Business Lunch 12:00 – 1:30 p.m.
6 CE Credits