Why Porcelain Breaks

John C. Cranham, DDS

April 2013 Course - Expires April 30th, 2016

Web Only

Abstract

This course will discuss how to manage forces on the anterior and posterior teeth to stabilize the occlusion, increase neuromuscular harmony, and maximize restoration comfort and longevity. Posterior occlusal contours for composites, single tooth crowns, and larger reconstructions will be examined, as well as why the lingual contours of the anterior teeth are critical for long term stability of the entire occlusion. Finally, how to easily reshape teeth to optimize the forces placed upon them will be considered.

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COST: $0
PROVIDER: AEGIS Publications, LLC
SOURCE: Web Only | April 2013
COMMERCIAL SUPPORTER: The Dawson Academy

Learning Objectives:

After watching this program, the viewer should be able to

  • discuss how to manage forces on the anterior and posterior teeth to stabilize the occlusion, increase neuromuscular harmony, and maximize restoration comfort and longevity
  • relate how to design posterior occlusal contours for composites, single tooth crowns, and larger reconstructions
  • describe why the lingual contours of the anterior teeth are critical for long term stability of the entire occlusion
  • discuss how to easily reshape teeth to optimize the forces placed upon them

Disclosures:

Dr. Cranham is Clinical Director of the Dawson Academy. 

Queries for the presenter may be directed to jromano@aegiscomm.com.