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Diagnosis & Management Of Tooth Surface Loss

Diagnosis & Management Of Tooth Surface Loss

November 10, 2018, United Arab Emirates - Dubai

Intercontinental Hotel Festival City, Dubai, UAE Target Audience: Dentists 7 CE Credits | Est. HAAD 7 CME | Est. DHA 5 CME


Course Objectives

  • Definitions of tooth wear
  • Aetiology of tooth wear
  • Occlusal principles & functional analysis
  • Localised Vs Generalised tooth wear
  • Increasing vertical dimension: when and by how much?
  • Additive wax ups, use of silicone indices
  • Minimally invasive techniques to restore the worn dentition

Course Abstract:

Tooth wear is a very common and challenging problem in modern dentistry. This one day course will look at the diagnosis, aetiology and management of localised and generalised tooth wear. It will focus on minimally invasive techniques using adhesive dentistry, and composite to build up the worn dentition. The aim is to give dentists confidence when treating complex wear cases, so they can achieve a predictable aesthetic and functional result.

The day will be “doing” work with a very hands-on approach which will allow each delegate to take away practical tips that will give confidence and ensure each delegate is able to treat tooth surface loss from DAY ONE.

Dentistry is a hands-on job; this day will reflect my beliefs- practical, enjoyable & educational.

Identify and control the aetiological factors

Functional occlusal analysis

Predictable restorative solutions to provide maximal longevity, maximal appearance with minimal intervention

Hands-on Session

Use of minimally invasive techniques, with a sound basis in adhesive dentistry and nano-hybrid composite technology
1. Build up lower 3-3 to simulate increase in vertical dimension using a silicone index from an additive diagnostic wax up
2. Use of translucent silicone indices to restore canine guidance
3. Finishing and polishing protocols to achieve a predictable and aesthetic outcome

Dr. Matthew Holyoak, UK, BARD Faculty

Dr. Matthew maintains a private practice in Lytham St Annes, Lancashire with an emphasis on Cosmetic and Advanced Restorative dentistry. Recently appointed as Educational Supervisor in Advanced Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry at the School of Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education.
He is also a Senior Lecturer in Restorative Dentistry at UCLan. He has a specific interest in Aesthetic Dentistry including smile design, composite resin restorations, minimally invasive ceramic restorations and the restoration of dental implants. He lectures on smile design, hands on training in composites, and restoring dental implants for FGDP, Ankylos Implants, Tipton Training & NW Deanery. Teaching experience with FGDP, Diploma in Restorative Dentistry & UCLan MSc courses in Restorative & Cosmetic Dentistry Matthew is a full member of BAAD, and an associate member BSOS.
He is also a Clinical Opinion Leader with some of the UK’s leading dental companies, giving advice on the clinical use of restorative dental materials and the development of new materials and techniques. Dr. Matthew Holyoak a faculty member of the British Academy or Restorative Dentistry for the “Restorative & Aesthetic Dentistry Certificate & Diploma Programme” in Dubai 2016-2019.

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