Periodontal Regeneration: What’s in your Toolbox?
September 16, 2020
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto ON
3 CE Credits Course Description: The regeneration of tooth-supporting structures which have been lost as a consequence of periodontal diseas...More details
The landscape of clinical dentistry is changing rapidly with an ever-increasing variety of digital technologies replacing the analog techniques with which we are so comfortable. This is especially true in the realm of impression making procedures and chair side prosthesis manufacturing. However, at each phase of restorative and implant treatment, processes can be digitized, resulting in the virtualization of the patient from diagnosis through prosthesis delivery. These digital technologies will be explored to generate familiarity with their capabilities, advantages, and disadvantages. Are these new technologies jeopardizing the role of the dental technologist as a member of the team? Does the scientific evidence support the routine clinical use of these emerging technologies for the evolving virtual dental patient, and ultimately improving patient care?
Dr. Gratton is an Associate Professor, Department of Prosthodontics, and Clinical Director, Center for Implant Dentistry, at The University of Iowa. He teaches fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontics at the predoctoral and graduate levels. Dr. Gratton received his D.D.S. from The University of Michigan then his Certificate in Prosthodontics and M.S. from The University of Iowa. He is an Associate Fellow of the Academy of Prosthodontics and Fellow of the International Team for Implantology. His scholarly activity includes evolving digital technologies and CAD/CAM materials. Dr. Gratton participates in an intramural prosthodontic practice at The University of Iowa.
Friday October 26th, 2012, 08:30am - 04:00pm
$299.00 plus taxes
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