Contemporary Management of Toothwear
Friday 27th and Saturday 28th April 2018
£950.00 per delegate

This course meets the General Dental Council's educational criteria for verifiable CPD and
12 hours of verifiable CPD points will be awarded.
Professor Julian Satterthwaite  Course Tutor:
 Professor Julian Satterthwaite

SYNOPSIS

Traditional restorative management of patients with toothwear relies heavily on conventional preparation and provision of multiple indirect restorations with a further insult to already traumatised teeth. With greater understanding of problems associated with restorative maintenance versus tooth survival, more and more clinicians are moving away from these traditional methods and employing conservative techniques.

This course will provide an overview of common problems associated with patients presenting with toothwear and suggest contemporary means to manage these, with hands-on practice on build-up and minimal preparation techniques

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

To give participants an understanding of:

• the relevance of presenting problems in patients with worn teeth
• contemporary application of the 'Dahl' technique
• alternative methods for restoration of worn teeth including minimally invasive
   adhesive restorations

To familiarise participants with the skills necessary to:

• provide direct composite build-up of teeth
• provide minimal preparation of teeth


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All photographs courtesy of Medical Illustration at MRI

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