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February 20, 2015 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
This lecture will present esthetics from an interdisciplinary perspective. Although esthetic assessments and treatments from orthodontic and periodontic viewpoints in particular will be highlighted, material that can benefit all members of the interdisciplinary treatment team will be discussed. Using contemporary evidence and a case-based approach, information on micro- mini- and macro-esthetics of the smile will be presented. Additionally, insight from a patient (consumer) perspective on dental esthetic issues will be given, and tips to enhance discussions regarding patients’ treatment options will be provided.
Educational Objectives: At the conclusion of this course attendees will be able to:
- Better diagnose dental esthetic issues related to size, proportion, and contour
- Manage cases involving altered gingival heights
- Better understand patients’ motivations for seeking esthetic treatments
- Enhance discussions with patients regarding esthetic treatment options
Tickets to this seminar will be available for registration/purchase starting on January 17, 2015