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January 23, 2019


2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto ON

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Prognosis of Teeth and Implants: When is it appropriate to remove a compromised tooth or implant? (3 CE Credits)

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Course Description

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.


Course Objectives:

  1.   To review prognostic parameters for natural teeth and implants.
  2.   We will be discussing certain qualities indicating significant compromise of a natural tooth or implant.
  3.    To review means of improving prognosis.
  4.    Further assessing decision-making regarding prognosis.






DDS, MSc (Prostho), MSc (Perio), FRCD(C)

Dr. David Chvartszaid is a specialist in both Prosthodontics and Periodontics. He completed two years of hospital residencies in New York City and undertook dual specialty training at the University of Toronto. Dr. Chvartszaid is an assistant professor at the University of Toronto and the director of the Graduate Prosthodontics Program at the University of Toronto. He is on the editorial board of the Ontario Dentist Journal and a reviewer for several international specialty journals. Dr. Chvartszaid’s private referral practice successfully merges prosthodontic, implant surgical, and periodontal approaches to address patients’ needs.


Wednesday September 12th, 2018, 06:00pm - 09:00pm


$99.00 plus taxes


2300 Yonge Street, Suite 901, Toronto, On


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