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
Interdisciplinary treatment planning in dentistry should be given priority as early as possible because of the prime importance of diagnosis. This presentation will greatly elaborate on this topic and devotes considerable attention in the diagnostic phase. It is critical to note that computation and processing of the data into each treatment sequence is multidisciplinary in nature and involves several specialties either directly or indirectly. In this fashion the clinician becomes acutely aware of the fine correlations between tooth anatomy, size, position, gingival levels, occlusal status, implant placement, periodontal conditions and the over all facial appearance in relationship to the “dento-alveolo-gingival complex”, this helps to create a foundation when a diverse fixed or removable prosthodontic rehabilitation is needed.
Day One: Presentation:
• The discipline of establishing a sound rationale for each and every step one plans to take in treatment plan with critical analysis of diagnostics to establish an ideal treatment planning using case based scenarios.
• The understanding that every case should be approached as if the clinician has never treatment planned or treated a case.
• To review the guidelines of treatment planning to differentiate normal anatomical architecture as compared to deviation from normal.
• To make a judgment upon clinician’s experience when to involve other specialists to provide the best possible tx for our patients.
• Advancements and usage of newer technologies for diagnosis and treatment planning.
Day Two: Hands-On format: (Limited Space Program)
• Five simple to complex cases will be discussed based upon the diagnostic tools provided to every participant A). Odontogram, B) FMX, C) Panorex, D) CT Scans, D) Mounted Diagnostic Casts, E) Photographs.
• Cases will be critically evaluated to fabricate different treatment options in each situation in some cases the final treatment outcome will be shown in a presentation format.
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 April 13th, 2015, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
Monday April 20th, 2015, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
$199.00 plus taxes
PACE - 2300 Yonge Street, Suite 905 - Toronto ON
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