Esthetic and Functional Treatment Planning for Wear Patients

In this course, Dr. Frank Spear outlines how Facially Generated Treatment Planning (FGTP) can be used to make wear cases more manageable. Dr. Rouse will discuss the importance of airway when treatment planning these complex patients and how it will affect the way that you use the FGTP process. Applying these principles, you will learn how to use diagnostic data obtained through photographs and mounted models to determine ideal tooth position and design occlusion for these patients.

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  • Frank Spear

  • Jeff Rouse

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  • Spear

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A discussion on the importance of the Medical History and understanding its impact on dental treatment planning and patient care.

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