POSTPONED: The Dynamics of Anterior Teeth: Form, Function, and Esthetics
Texas Brief AM
August 9, 2019
The clinician is spending more time taking care of anterior teeth. If the dentist is not bleaching them, he or she is covering them with beautiful porcelain. It is time to take a close look at what makes front teeth look beautiful and function correctly. Let’s see if form does follow function. In this course, Dr. Shirley will look at the anatomy of anterior teeth, the esthetics of anterior teeth, how to prepare anterior teeth for crowns and veneers, how to temporize anterior veneers and crowns, and how anterior teeth function.
Review the anatomy of anterior teeth
Understand totally how anterior teeth are supposed to function
Take a close look at what makes front teeth esthetically pleasing
Preparation of anterior teeth -- crowns and veneers
Simple methods of temporization
A quick review of impression technique
Check-in: 8:00 AM Program time: 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM
UT Health San Antonio, School of Dentistry
Special Fee Offer
You must register for the Texas Brief AM first in order to receive the discount. Register for the morning program and receive a 30% discount on either of the afternoon Texas Briefs. Lunch is included for the participants attending both sessions. Please see this link for the Texas Brief PM: Occlusion Made Easy.