Simplifying Complex Treatment

Complex rehabilitative needs, with and without overlying occlusion problems, are present in many of your patients. Are you ready to treat them? This presentation provides in-depth discussion and observation of many such patients treated by Gordon. The following aspects of oral rehabilitative care are included: simplifying diagnosis and treatment planning; if, what, and when to refer to other practitioners; integrating fixed, removable, and implant prosthodontic procedures; optimum use of staff; post-treatment follow-up and repair; and long-term maintenance of rehabilitative dentistry patients. Diagnosis and treatment of the following six conditions of occlusion are included: primary occlusal trauma; secondary occlusal trauma; clenching; bruxism; temporomandibular dysfunction, and abfractions.

Instructors

  • Gordon J. Christiensen

    • Provo, UT

Offered by

  • Gordon J. Christensen - Practical Clinical Courses

Enroll in this course

More Courses

View more courses

5 Ways Photography Can Supercharge Your Clinical Practice

Clinical photography is perhaps the single most important diagnostic tool we use in helping our patients understand the current condition of their mouth and what the possibilities are for a different dental future.

E3: Restorative Integration of Form and Function

In this course, you will be exposed to appropriate restorative sequencing and receive detailed guidance for restorative treatment planning and procedures.

Team Building Secrets

Learn how to build a team that will support your practice vision and build practice success.

Tooth Replacement Therapy (Digital Implant Continuum) w/ Live Patients

Proper Atraumatic Extraction and Site Preservation Technique. Fundamentals of 3D Guided Implantology, Virtual Planning, and Implant Impressions.

  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two
  • Class Two