Adhesive Bridge Design: Minimally Invasive Techniques (Dec 19, 2020)

Adhesive Bridge Design: Minimally Invasive Techniques (Dec 19, 2020)

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Conferences
Dentistry
18 December, 2020 - 18 December, 2020
CAPP Training Institute, Onyx Tower 2 Office, Dubai, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Dubai - United Arab Emirates, Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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Adhesive Bridge Design: Minimally Invasive Techniques is organized by Centre for Advanced Professional Practices (CAPP) and will be held on Dec 19, 2020 at CAPP Training Institute, Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Accreditation:CAPP designates this activity for 7 CE Credit Course Aim:Attending this course will help delegates...:• Ensure Maryland bridges works - the use of minimal enamel preps inc grooves and rest seats to create the predictability you desire, theory and practical on phantom heads• Recognise the causes of Maryland bridge failure• Determine the features which are ideal in Maryland bridge design• Understand the forces which can displace the bridge• Describe how the design features resist the displacing forces • Appreciate why we must maintain enamel in the preparation• Realise the objective of the proximal guide plane• Predict the consequences of not temporizing the preparation• Discuss the options available for creating space for the bridge• Identify the determinants for placement of the occlusal finish line in maxillary bridges Course Objectives:By the time the delegates have completed this course will...:• Critique failures in Maryland bridge design• Evaluate the criteria determining the type of Maryland bridge prescribed• Describe the applications for: single cantilever, fixed-moveable, and fixed-fixed designs• Incorporate design features to resist forces: lingually, occlusally and coronally• Produce preparations showing gingival finish lines of the correct depth and position• Demonstrate guide planes to increase the wing height and give retention/resistance form• Present proximal grooves parallel to the tooth long axis and having mesial and distal walls• Confine the lingual groove within the gingival and occlusal finish lines • Respect the preservation of the grooves‘ lingual walls when placing rest seats• Confirm fixed-fixed bridge design features show a common line of a draw on all abutments

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