Core 7: Advanced Problem Solving

Dawson Advanced Problem Solving is the last of the Dawson Academy seminars in the “Concept of Complete Dentistry® Series.” This dental course will provide the participant with the necessary information to solve complex dental problems. A programmed approach to treatment planning will be presented so that each student will learn how to solve the 4 functional and 12 esthetic goals when given any set of circumstances. Extreme occlusal wear, anterior open bites, deep overbites, extreme overjet and Class III malocclusions will be discussed. Neutral zone and vertical dimension will be covered in detail as it pertains to the treatment of the above problems. Special emphasis will be placed on best restorative options, and when orthodontic/orthognathic alternatives should be considered. Each participant will learn how and when to open the vertical dimension of occlusion and when it should not be opened. A programmed approach to full mouth reconstruction, whether it is teeth, dental implants, precision attachment partials or a combination, will be a cornerstone of this program. For more education, visit Courses.

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    • Clearwater Beach, FL

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  • The Dawson Academy

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Session 6: The Dental-Cranial Connection

Understand the relationship of the reciprocal tension membrane to the cranial vault/facial bones, sutures, and the effects of the dental vertical dimension of occlusion.

Advanced Principles of Physiologic Occlusion

This program teaches dentists specific skills in capturing an “Optimized Bite” physiologically in the vertical, AP and frontal domains without manual manipulation or need for Shimbashi measurements.

Session 3: ALF Therapy and Cranial Concepts 101

Introduction to ALF, cranial strains and facial development, ALF basic design, treatment goals, patient selection, teamwork, and diagnostic records.

Implant Surgery: Level 2

This course is oriented toward those dentists who have had a moderate level of surgical experience, enjoy it, and want to increase their knowledge and clinical skills in placement of implants.

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