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UM Bannatyne: Brodie Centre: Room-204
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We have all heard the arguments. Does occlusion cause joint problems or do joint anomalies cause occlusal problems? What role do facial patterns and muscles play in oro-facial pain? This course translates many of the current concepts in these somewhat confusing disciplines and organizes them in a way that practitioners can confidently differentiate the etiology of occlusal disease, diagnose temporo-mandibular joint disorders and predict long-term success for the restored or non-restored dentition.
In the workshop component of this course, case studies without diagnosis or treatment opinions, will be distributed to participants to be discussed in group format. Participants will develop diagnostic opinions as well as treatment options. These cases will be presented by participants and discussed with the audience. Models and materials will be utilized to demonstrate clinical skills necessary to restoratively rehabilitate patients. Other dynamic training experiences will provide cap stone learning opportunities.
Jeffrey W. Horowitz, DMD, FAGD
Carolina Center for Advanced Dentistry/Advanced Sleep & Breathing Centers
Clinical Instructor; Catapult Elite / Sleep Group Solutions
Mentor; Kois Center for Advanced Dental Studies
Reynaldo Todescan Jr., DDS, MSc, PhD, Dip. Pros
Pros Associate Professor; Department of Restorative Dentistry,
College of Dentistry, Rady Faculty of Health Sciences,
University of Manitoba
Course Brochure: TBD
12 Hours of Continuing Dental Education (CDE) Credit