Fri 04 June 2021 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Treatment planning: From a shoestring budget to champagne tastes
Explore the management of the heavily worn or filled dentition, congenitally missing lateral incisors, advanced periodontal disease and missing lower anterior cases.
Heavily worn dentition
Presented by Dr Fotios Angelis
Learn how to think laterally to offer a range of treatment options for the management of wear.
Management of the heavily wormdentition poses one of the most complex and demanding challenges to the dental practitioner and patient. Real world financial limitations only complicate things further and must be considered when treating this patient group, often for the rest of their lives. Learn how to think laterally to offer a range of treatment options for the management of wear.
Learn how to:
- Identify which patients are suitable for different restorative treatment modalities
- Formulate an ideal treatment plan for the heavily worn dentition
- Formulate alternate treatment plans for patients with heavily worn dentitions who must compromise an ideal treatment plan for financial reasons
- Better understand the complexity of managing the heavily worn dentition.
Heavily filled dentition in the older population
Presented by Dr Carolina Pérez Rodriguez
Learn the skills to provide a range of treatments to suit all budgets.
Advances in dental care have led to an older population with a heavily restored dentition. Management of this can be challenging due to the financial costs and abundance of options available with today’s dental technology. Irrespective of costs, maintaining a high standard of dental care is always of highest importance. The practitioner must have the skills to provide a range of treatments to suit all budgets.
Learn how to:
- Recognise normal physiologic changes in the ageing patient compared with the effects of pathology and polyfarmacy
- Understand treatment planning needs in the aging patient
- Identify different treatment strategies for a faiing dentition
- Implement adequate treatment sequence/priority list taking into account the patient's wishes, expectations and budget.
Congenitally missing lateral incisors
Presented by Dr Jennifer Chantler
Congenitally missing lateral incisors describes one of the most frequent developmental anomalies in the human dentition. Explore the many restorative options that exist for the replacement of congenitally missing lateral incisors.
Learn how to:
- Identify key clinical scenarios to help guide you to choose an appropriate restorative option
- Recognise limitations of ridge form in congenitally missing tooth sites
- Understand the options for replacing ‘pink’ soft tissue.
Generalised advanced periodontal case
Presented Dr Nicholas Boardman
Explore management options for generalised advanced periodontal disease.
Being diagnosed with generalised advanced periodontal disease can come as a shock to many patients. Management of these patients can sometimes be simple, but for others, treatment may be complex and expensive. This session will explore the options.
Learn how to:
- Recognise advanced periodontal disease
- Understand treatment options
- Be able to discuss treatment options with patients.
Missing lower anterior
Dr Hossam El-Haddad
Explore the management of missing mandibular anterior teeth.
Management of missing mandibular anterior teeth requires appropriate diagnosis and treatment planning to deliver prostheses that are aesthetically and functionally successful. Appropriate case selection is paramount to decide between conventional FDP, implant prostheses, resin-bonded bridges or removable partial dentures. Explore the factors and considerations that inform that decision for long-term success.
Learn how to:
- Identify different treatment approaches for replacement of missing mandibular anterior teeth
- Analyse indications and contraindications of each approach
- Compare success and survival of different treatments
- Recognise and understand reported failures in literature.
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CPD hours: 5 clinical hours
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Dr Carolina Pérez Rodriguez
Carolina graduated from the University Complutense of Madrid in 2006. She moved shortly after to Oxford (UK), where she worked as a general dentist and undertook further studies in restorative dentistry, prosthodontics and implants in London, Manchester, and France. During this time, she gained membership of the Royal College of Surgeons (UK).
In early 2013, she settled in Melbourne and while working in private practice, she completed a part-time diploma in clinical dentistry in the field of implants at The University of Melbourne. Carolina also received her prosthodontics specialist training and degree at Melbourne University.
Carolina is involved in providing continuous professional training to other dentists through Melbourne University and the ADA. She also teaches undergraduate and postgraduate students at Melbourne University part time. She is the current president of the Victorian Branch of the Australian Prosthodontic Society and committee member of the Australian Osseointegration Society.
Dr Fotios Angelis
Dr Fotios Angelis graduated with honours from The University of Melbourne in 2005 and worked in high-end private practices in Melbourne for six years before deciding to pursue specialist training. Dr Angelis received his Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics in 2014, and has a special interest in aesthetic and complex treatment planning including implant-based solutions, the use of rubber dam in fixed prosthodontics and management of the worn dentition.
Dr Nicholas Boardman
Dr Nick Boardman graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Science from the University of Melbourne in 1998. He worked in general dental practice and taught undergraduate dental students for 12 years, before undertaking postgraduate specialist periodontics training, which he completed at The University of Melbourne in 2012. He practises all aspects of periodontal therapy and dental implant surgery in both Moonee Ponds and the CBD. Dr Boardman is dedicated to patient care, has a compassionate nature and is particularly interested in soft tissue surgery.
Dr Jennifer Chantler
Dr Chantler is currently a specialist prosthodontist in private practice, Melbourne. She graduated from the University of Western Australia and after being a general dentist in Perth, completed her specialist training at the University of Melbourne. She has a great interest in the application of dental materials in prosthodontic treatments, aesthetic and integration of dental implants, ceramics and composite resin.
Dr Hossam El-Haddad
Hossam graduated from Ain Shams University (Cairo, Egypt) in 2006, and worked in both public and private sectors before relocating to Australia in 2010. Hossam obtained the Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons in 2015, and graduated with a Doctorate of Clinical Dentistry in Prosthodontics from The University of Melbourne in 2018. He has now joined a specialist practices in Essendon and Launceston, Tasmania.