Occlusion Part: 1 What You Need To Know To Stay Out Of Trouble
Type: Lecture | Hands On | Demos
Starts October 2, 2020
Occlusion Part II and Selected Topics April 23
Credits: 8 CE
AM-PM “Occlusion”: what does it really mean? Is it limited to how teeth come together and function or is it more complex? This course will provide the foundation for a logical understanding of “occlusion”. The majority of the day will be devoted to understanding the neuromuscular physiology of the stomatognathic system and how to avoid common dental related injuries. Avoiding common injuries is the key but when injuries occur, it is essential to know how to treat and deal with them. Occlusion part 1 will provide the foundation necessary for the future study of occlusion.
Esthetic Professionals Dental Education Center in Tarzana California is pleased to have Dr. Brad Eli, a nationally recognized leader in pain management and sleep disorders treatment. In addition, simple restorative techniques will be presented by Dr. Bruce Crispin that he has used to manage and control symptomatic patients.
PM- The afternoon bonus lecture/hands-on session presented by Dr. Bruce Crispin, is the finale of Esthetic Professionals “Direct Restorative Series”. This bonus lecture is designed to update attendees on the broad spectrum of contemporary materials and techniques that are available for use when placing posterior composites. This bonus program is designed as an easy way to update or validate your posterior composite techniques.
September 26th, 2020
- TM joint and associated muscles (physiology/avoiding injury)
- Pretreatment Evaluation (head and neck structures)
- Treatment-avoiding injury
- Common injuries during treatment
- Treating TMJ and muscle injury
- Review terminology (JAMSS, SAFE, Speed to Treat)
- Specific medication and non-medication
- Single appointment splints
- Retraction device that minimizes patient discomfort
- Additive occlusal adjustments
- Hands-On: Quick Splint Fabrication and Diagnostic Procedures
- Composite update (bulk fill VS. layered VS. dual cured) liners, matrix systems, instruments update
- Hands-on: Matrix Placement
TUITION & FINANCING OPTIONS
- $495 for part I
- $695 for parts I&II
- 50% off (base tuition) if repeating the course.
- Group Discounts – 10% – 25%
APPROVED PACE PROGRAM
Esthetic Professionals is designated as an Approved PACE Program Provider by the Academy of General Dentistry. The formal continuing education programs of this program provider are accepted by AGD for Fellowship, Mastership, and membership maintenance credit. Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial board of dentistry or AGD endorsement. ID# 218987
OCCLUSION PART II
Anterior Guidance, Minimize Wear, Add Longevity to Complex Cases: Additional Topics, Post and Cores, and Introduction to Advanced Fixed Prosthodontics
Type: Lecture | Hands-on | Demos
Course Duration: April 23th, 2021
Credits: 8 CEU
Instructed by: Dr. Brad Eli & Dr. Bruce Crispin
This multi-topic day will include a lecture and a hands on exercises re-establishing anterior guidance on a worn dentition. In addition, post and cores will be covered plus and introduction to treating and simplifying complex reconstruction cases.
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