A true customization of dentures built on facial characteristics, phonetics, and functionality combined with the patient’s desire for beautiful smile is vital to successful end results with complete dentures.
This two-day workshop will deeply dive into step-by-step, efficient clinical and laboratory procedures for fabricating predictable and esthetic complete dentures while describing the various need-to-know aspects for optimal function and esthetic results, to ensure an uncompromised patient’s acceptance.
This webinar will be supported by all necessary theoretical foundations of complete denture prosthodontics, followed by exhaustive clinical and laboratory live demostrations to establish clear, and actionable findings.
Highly experienced prosthodontic leaders, Professor Steven Morgano and Dr. Maysoon Alalawi, will provide lectures by webinar on this challenging topic. Dr Morgano has published over 80 articles in the peer-reviewed dental literature and has authored 14 textbook chapters. Dr. Maysoon Alalawi is a highly reputable consultant and speaker in Prosthodontics. More about the speakers in the biographical sketches below.
Live Streaming on www.bdacenter.net/webinar Registration fees:
|Dentist||95 BD / 950 SR / 253 USD|
|Student/Group||80 BD / 800 SR / 213 USD|
• 10 CME certificate.
• Unique LIVE interactive Access for the two days Webinar.
• Online Study Club: post workshop follow-up & clinical cases discussion meeting with Dr Maysoon
(it gave the participants the chance to prepare their own cases and to discuss it during the 60 minutes meeting, valid for three months after the course).
Learn how to:
1. Evaluate your patient's edentulous anatomy and facial characteristics
2. Obtain accurate impressions
3. Obtain vertical dimension of occlusion and centric relation
4. Select denture teeth for esthetics and function
5. Articulating final casts in a semi-adjustable Denar articulator using a facebow transfer and centric relation record
6. Verifying vertical dimension of occlusion and centric relation
7. Balance occlusion and the impotence of a protrusive record
8. Insertion of complete dentures