Prof. Gregor Slavicek‘s course in Prosthetic Dentistry lays the groundwork for a new and broader vision of dentistry.
The program consists of three days of lessons and includes all the essential theoretical-practical information to set, manage and competently handle the rehabilitation of the prosthetic patient, from the simplest case to the most complex.
Functional waxing technique, repositioning plaque therapies and temporary prosthetic therapy followed by a final restoration will be analyzed in detail.
There will also be covered some topics considered essential for complex treatments of adult patients, especially with ATM dysfunctions. In this area, the knowledge of instrumental analyses such as Condylography and Cephalometry represents the added value for a more complete diagnosis.
The exact transfer of individual functional parameters during the restoration procedures of complex cases also depends on the integration of the dental technician into the interdisciplinary team. Knowledge and expertise, blended with a collegiate collaboration, are the essential prerequisites for the successful implementation of the Slavicek philosophy in dentistry.
The course provides the participant with the skills necessary to perform all procedures, both clinical and technical, from diagnosis to final rehabilitation. Only through careful analysis and differential diagnosis, the dentist is able to successfully handle seemingly complex cases.
The training course also targets to give a guideline that can be shared with the clinical-technical team, a prerequisite necessary to achieve excellent results in the prosthesis.
THE CRUCIAL ISSUES OF THE COURSE
During the three days of training, some topics considered crucial for complex treatments of adult patients will be studied in depth, especially with ATM malfunctions.
In this context the knowledge of instrumental analyzes such as Condylography and Cephalometry will be the added value for a more complete diagnosis.
Only a differentiated analysis and diagnosis can place the clinician at a higher level than the average and manage cases that apparently appear complicated or difficult to manage.
The course will lay the foundations for a new and broad vision of dentistry. Only by expanding one’s own culture and knowledge will it be possible to broaden the scope of treatments to be offered to one’s patients.
Speaker: Prof. Gregor Slavicek
Location: Via Savoia 80 – Roma
Course date: December, 5th-7th 2019
Duration: 3 days
Target audience: Dentists and dental technicians
CME credits: 16.9 credits and certificate of attendance
Course fee: € 1.200 + vat