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Part B : Fixed Prosthodontics: Pre-Prosthetic Treatment Planning Principles, Implications of Complications and Their Prevention/ Management Strategies (3 CE Credits)

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Knowledge regarding pre-prosthetic treatment planning principles, and clinical complications that can occur in fixed prosthodontics; enhances the clinician’s ability to complete a thorough diagnosis. Developing the most appropriate treatment plan, communicating realistic expectations to patients, and planning the time intervals needed for post-treatment care is key to a successful procedure. During this lecture we will be focusing on inadequate pre-prosthetic planning and knowledge of oral biological/mechanical limitations due to history of periodontal diseases. Reasons for limitations can include; parafunctional habits, mutually protected occlusion, anatomical limitations, ineffective oral hygiene, lack of patient compliance, patient education, treatment realistic and unrealistic expectations. Maintenance and follow up will have a great influence on long term survival and success of fixed prosthetics such as; single crowns, fixed partial dentures, veneers, inlays, onlays, resin bonded restorations, prefabricated and custom post and cores.

Course Objectives:

1.       Provide a comprehensive overview of pre-prosthetic treatment planning, case selection and treatment steps.

2.       Overview of biological and bio-mechanical complications associated with the most commonly used restorations/prostheses listed above and their prevention and management strategies.

3.       Incidence of clinical, biological, bio-mechanical, esthetic, functional treatment challenges in fixed prosthodontics.

4.       Implications of inadequate/improper oral preparation, prosthetic design, material selection.


5.       Overview of long term maintenance and follow up protocol in fixed prosthodontics.


B.D.S., A.E.G.D., Cert. Prostho., F.R.C.D.(C).


Dr. Baig received his dental degree from H.K.E.S Dental College, Gulbarga University, India in 1997. He has completed his residency at Government Dental College and Hospital in Hyderabad India, after working for seven years in India as a general dentist he decided to move to Canada for a higher education. Dr. Baig worked at Prosthodontic Associates, Toronto, Canada for 3 years as an Implant education coordinator.

Dr. Baig completed Advance Education in General Dentistry program and Graduate program in Prosthodontics at Eastman Institute for Oral Health, University of Rochester New York state USA.  Dr. Baig is a Clinical Assistant Professor at University of Rochester in the Department of Advance Education in General Dentistry at Eastman Institute for Oral Health, University of Rochester, USA.  He also works as a Clinical Instructor in Prosthodontics in the Department of Periodontics at University of Toronto Faculty of Dentistry, Staff Prosthodontist at Mt Sinai Hospital. Toronto, Canada. 


Dr. Baig is a board certified Prosthodontist in Canada and has a special interest in aesthetics and implant dentistry, CT guided Implant surgeries, Dental Ceramics and smile makeover procedures. Dr. Baig lectures to dental study clubs and professional organizations across North America and Southeast Asia. Dr. Baig is a fellow of Royal college of Dentists of Canada, member of Ontario Dental Association, American Dental Association, American Prosthodontic Society, New York State Dental Association, Seventh District Dental Society.




Monday November 12th, 2018, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$99.00 plus taxes


2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto, On


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Please note that PACE cancellation policy does not give refunds unless your cancellation is received in writing 72 hours before the program is to take place if it is a lecture and 10 Business days prior for all hands on programs due to nature of those programs.

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