CPD Evening: Management of the Failing Anterior Dentition

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This event is now over and took place on 18:30 Tue 01 Mar 2016

CPD Evening by visiting International Speaker Rishi Patel

Rishi is recognised by the General Dental Council as a Specialist in Prosthodontics and is an Honorary Clinical Teaching Fellow at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute. He is based in specialist referral practices in Oxford, London and Surrey and his focus is implant, aesthetic and restorative dentistry. He continues to teach and mentor dentists in the fields of restorative and implant dentistry and lectures both nationally and internationally in these fields.

An overview of the management of failing anterior teeth and restorations

A comprehensive review of:

  • the factors involved in treatment planning for the restoration of the anterior dentition
  • the factors that govern the restorability of teeth
  • and the clinical steps to achieve restoration with a high degree of predictability

Also including a review of the fundamental steps in the assessment, treatment planning and execution of dental implants in instances when teeth cannot be restored.

Aims and Objectives:

  • To outline the assessment of failing anterior teeth
  • To outline the factors that govern the restorability of anterior teeth
  • To outline the options for replacement of anterior teeth
  • To outline the assessment and staging of treatment of anterior sites for implant placement
  • To understand the factors that affect the restorability of failing anterior teeth
  • To understand the clinical stages in the assessment and re-restoration of anterior teeth
  • To understand the basic principles of dental implant treatment options to replace missing single and multiple anterior teeth