Interdisciplinary approach in Esthetic Dentistry

Sebastian Ercus

In today’s dentistry, for rendering the best comprehensive dental services to our aesthetically driven patients, the paradigm has shifted to an interdisciplinary team of specialists that work together steered by a clinical co-ordinator.

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Upon completion of this course , the clinician will be able to:

  • Diagnose the correct position of the incisal edge of the upper central incisors in relation to the lower lip , identify the correct ratios between  their width and length and ideally position them in a correct balance with the adjacent structures.
  • Identify the correct etiology of an excessive gingival display and propose the patient a treatment plan best suited for his interest and expectations.
  • Design and manufacture a crown lengthening surgical guide
  • Understand the need of interdisciplinary approach and communication in Esthetic Challenging cases in order to achieve clinical success.

Release date: 10 February 2015
Expiration date: 10 February 2018


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