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
Determination of prognosis is a critical initial step that precedes and guides the treatment planning process. Overall prognosis is a culmination of restorative, periodontal and endodontic prognoses. Despite its importance, determination of prognosis can be a difficult process and often must be made in an environment of incomplete information and uncertainty. Although prognosis can be used to determine a diversity of clinical pathways, it is often considered in the “treat or remove” context for a questionable tooth or dentition. Prognosis is only one of a group of factors that guide decision making regarding retention or removal of a tooth, an implant or of a group of teeth. Other factors include patient wishes, provider skill set, strategic considerations, presence of alternatives and overall plan. General options for questionable dentition are maintenance of the existing situation, optimizing the current dentition through intervention, and removal of the current dentition and its replacement. This lecture will begin with the discussion of prognosis and will progress to treatment options for the questionable dentition.
Dr. David Chvartszaid [pronounced shwarts-zaid] is a double specialist in Prosthodontics and Periodontics with a history of professional leadership and a strong commitment to patient care. Dr. Chvartszaid is the director of the MSc/Specialty Program in Prosthodontics at the University of Toronto and is the dentist-in-chief at Baycrest Hospital. Dr. Chvartszaid is the associate editor of the Ontario Dentist journal, an examiner for the Royal College of Dentists of Canada (RCDC) and National Dental Examining Board (NDEB), and the vice-president of the Association of Prosthodontists of Canada. At the international level, Dr. Chvartszaid serves as the scientific co-chair of the 2019 meeting of the International College of Prosthodontists in Amsterdam and as the reviewer for several international specialty journals.
Dr. Chvartszaid’s education includes hospital residencies in New York city and dual specialty training at the University of Toronto where he also completed two master’s degrees. His research focuses on optimizing implant treatment outcomes. Dr. Chvartszaid lectures extensively nationally and internationally on various topics related to prosthodontics, periodontics, and implant dentistry. In the last few years, Dr. Chvartszaid has lectured in Chile, Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, Iran, Italy, Kenya, Singapore, South Africa, South Korea, Taiwan, Turkey, and all across Canada and the US.
Dr. Chvartszaid’s specialty practice successfully merges prosthodontic, implant surgical and periodontal approaches to address the patients’ needs. His diverse clinical practice includes patients from all over Canada with difficult-to-treat or difficult-to-diagnose dental challenges.
Wednesday September 12th, 2018, 06:00pm - 09:00pm
$99.00 plus taxes
2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto, On