Diagnostic Considerations and New Treatment Options for Difficult Cases

8th Annual Generations Conference

Friday, September 13, 2019

 

Synopsis

Difficult cases can be simplified when carefully thought out. A strong proficiency in crowns and bridges, precision attachments, restorative dentistry, and implants allows the practitioner to choose the best treatment option for the patient. This course will present a unique approach to diagnosis and treatment planning that will offer the practitioner new and creative treatment options to help patients—including patients who are not candidates for sophisticated dentistry. Course attendees will learn how to treat teeth with insufficient clinical crowns.  Many teeth being extracted in favor of implant therapy can actually be saved—without buildups or posts. During the course, a demonstration will show techniques for making provisional and permanent restorations on teeth that do not fall out.  Course attendees will be introduced to the double-tilt precision attachment case—a treatment option with a more than 70-year track record. This presentation will feature numerous case examples from a library of more than 100,000 pictures and X-rays taken throughout the past 68 years.

 

Objectives

At the completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Diagnose, examine, and choose the best treatment option for a patient
  • Simplify the treatment of difficult cases, manage difficult cases, and incorporate a contingency plan if something goes wrong
  • Save teeth without build-ups or posts; teeth that have a poor prognosis can be useful for transitional restorations and managing patients during implant therapy
  • Best utilize fixed bridgework, removable bridgework, and implant restorations
  • Understand the double-tilt precision attachment case, which can be made with both natural tooth and implant abutments.

One Day, Two Course Options:
Education for Your Entire Team

 

Course ONE:
Diagnostic Considerations and New Treatment Options for Difficult Cases

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Course TWO:
Changing the Face of Dental Hygiene



Limited Space Available!

As a courtesy, please register for all courses at least two weeks in advance. For your convenience however, you may register up to 72 hour prior to the day of the course with no additional charge.

Note: an additional non-refundable fee of $35 per person, per course will be assessed to any registrations received 72 hours or less prior to the start of the course, including any walk-in registrations.


Tuition | Course Fee

$345 Dentist + 1* Allied Dental Personnel
$225 Allied Dental Personnel

*Information for allied dental personnel is required upon registration.
Unregistered allied dental personnel attended with dentist will be assessed the $225 course fee plus the $35 walk-in fee.


Course fee is due at time of registration.


We aim to accommodate walk-in registrations for all programs; although lecture room and hands-on training space is limited. Pre-registration is suggested to guarantee your space.


Jack R. Winston, DDS Professorship in Cosmetic & Restorative Dentistry

The professorship was established at the School of Dentistry in 1981 by the late Jack R. Winston, DDS class of 1943. Dr. Winston wanted to set a professional example by demonstrating the significance of continuing dental education. His personal credo was to help others by contributing his time, skills and resources. Offered to undergraduate dental students and faculty of the School of Dentistry, the lecture will emphasize the field of restorative dentistry. Nationally recognized speakers and distinguished practitioners have presented the lecture yearly since 1983.


About Our Speaker

 

Edward Feinberg, DMD, is a graduate of Tufts University and has practiced dentistry in Scarsdale, New York for more than 35 years. He is the successor to a unique tradition of restorative dentistry and was trained by a master and pioneer in full-coverage restorative dentistry, Dr. Elliot Feinberg. The techniques used by Dr. Feinberg have documented clinical evidence in a library of 100,000 pictures taken throughout the past 68 years. Dr. Feinberg is a nationally recognized lecturer and a noted author of scientific and educational articles for dental publications and a textbook, "The Double-Tilt Precision Attachment Case for Natural Teeth and Implants," which is available at www.edwardfeinbergdmd.com. He is also a reviewer for the Journal of Oral Implantology. In addition to educational activities, Dr. Feinberg has served on four councils of the American Dental Association and is a past-president of the Ninth District Dental Association, a component of the New York State Dental Association. Dr. Feinberg is a recipient of the Ninth District Dental Association D. Austen Sniffen Award, the Paul Harris Fellowship Award, and the New York State Pierre Fauchard Academy Award for Distinguished Service.



For their continued support and participation in our sponsored programs, UTHealth School of Dentistry gratefully acknowledges:

 

 

 


Credit Hours

250 Operative (Restorative) Dentistry - Lecture: Hours - 3
610 Prosthodontics/Fixed - Lecture: Hours - 3


Time and Location

Time:

Check-in, Breakfast & Exhibits:
7:00 AM to 8:00 AM


Presentation:

8:00 AM to 3:00 PM

Alumni & Friends Social Scoop:
3:00 PM


Includes Continental Breakfast and Lunch


Location:

The Denton A. Cooley, MD & Ralph C. Cooley, DDS University Life Center
7440 Cambridge Street
Houston, TX 77054


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UTHealth School of Dentistry
PACE Center, Continuing Dental Education
7500 Cambridge St., Suite 6152
Houston, TX 77054
Ph: 713-486-4028
Fax: 713-486-4037

Email: PACE@uth.tmc.edu