Interdisciplinary Solutions for Esthetic Periodontal Prosthodontic Rehabilitations… Dr Ken Malament

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This presentation will present a collaborative approach to patient care including the management of cases compromised by prosthetic challenges with loss of vertical dimension, periodontal treatment planning decisions regarding when to save the tooth versus place an implant and the challenge of bone reconstruction in preparation for dental implant therapy.

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This presentation will present a collaborative approach to patient care including the management of cases compromised by prosthetic challenges with loss of vertical dimension, periodontal treatment planning decisions regarding when to save the tooth versus place an implant and the challenge of bone reconstruction in preparation for dental implant therapy. Treating patients requiring simple or complex prosthodontics has changed remarkably over the last 10 years. The treatment goals have remained similar, as the first tenants are to eliminate disease and to restore function and esthetics.

Learning Objectives
• To understand what factors and concerns a prosthodontist would have treating patients that require “esthetic procedures”.
• To understand the controversies that exists with modern dental materials.
• To understand the restoration of dental implants in complex conditions.

Dr Ken Malament
A Fellow of the American College of Prosthodontists, Ken is an active member of many dental organisations including the International College of Prosthodontists and American Academy of Fixed Prosthodontics. He has been the recipient of significant awards in Prosthodontics and he has developed instrumentation used in clinical practice. He is a consultant to three journals and has published significantly in dental literature.