Yes-Crown Lengthening WILL Enhance Your Restorative Results (2 HOUR AFTERNOON WEBINAR)
A Quick 2hr LIVE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR
February 4, 2022
Frustrated by dealing with subgingival margins? Difficult to obtain adequate impressions on the first try?
This two-hour webinar can provide clinicians with the confidence to better understand and solve these problems. Besides offering basic surgical solutions, participants will have a chance to develop a thought process to help validate the decision of choosing treatment over extraction.
The concepts discussed will facilitate the goal of excellence and show a predictable way to avoid an automatic default to titanium with every challenging situation.
Whether you are doing crown lengthening procedures yourself or referring them out to a colleague, this program will help you to better understand and deal with common everyday restorative challenges. Discussion will include diagnostic criteria, treatment choices, the role of provisionals, methods for achieving patient comfort, and obtaining the required “Biologic Width”.
A treatment planning section will share clinical and radiographic examples to expose clinicians to the types of cases that have benefited from using this approach, and give each participant the chance to see where these principles can be applied to actual cases. There also will be time for questions via “Chat”.
Understand indications and limitations for Crown Lengthening
Learn how to make predictable impressions every time
Considerations for patient comfort
How to save chair time and frustrations
Understand causes of red gum tissue and how to prevent it
TSBDE considers "Live Active Webinar" equal to an "In Person" course. Full CE credit hours are awarded. This webinar is NOT pre-recorded. It is live and interactive with the presenter. This course will not be held on campus.
On the week of the course, you will receive an email with a weblink to this virtual webinar. This same email will also provide a link to the course handout. Download this PDF document to your device. Remember to look for this email notice on the email address you provided us when creating your UT Health CDE account. Check your email account’s Inbox and Junk/Spam folders.