The Management Of Worn Anterior Teeth
There is nothing more fun and rewarding than creating a new smile for someone that is in need. Yet many of the patients who are driven towardscosmetic dentistry,
There is nothing more fun and rewarding than creating a new smile for someone that is in need. Yet many of the patients who are driven towardscosmetic dentistry, have an unattractive smile, because of underlying functional issues. Tooth wear, is one of the most obvious manifestations, of this easily observable problem. Yet tooth wear has many causes. In this webinar you will learn the various etiologies of anterior tooth wear, and get some important tips towards achieving restorative success, based on the specific cause.
- How to utilize a flow sheet to diagnose the exact cause for the wear you are seeing. Why the teeth, bone and gingiva all change position as wear occurs, and how to visualize the proper position of these structures in the treatment planning phase.
- How tooth wear from sleep disordered breathing and parafunction can look similar, how to discern one from the other, and how they should be treated differently.
- How to create a beautifulesthetic result, with all these cases.
Speakers for this event
Dr. John Cranham
Dr. John Cranham
Dr. John Cranham has a contemporary restorative practice in Chesapeake, Virginia focusing on cosmetic, restorative and implant treatment. An honors graduate of the Medical College of Virginia in 1988, he maintains a strong relationship with his alma mater as an Associate Clinical Professor. He is an internationally recognized speaker on the Esthetic Principles of Smile Design, Occlusal Concepts, Treatment Planning, Laboratory Communications and Happiness and Fulfillment in Dentistry.
Dr. Cranham is the Clinical Director of The Dawson Academy and an active member of numerous professional organizations including The American Dental Association, The American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, The American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics and The American Equilibration Society.
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