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Old Dogs, New Tricks: Utilizing Classic Dental Materials for Successful Treatment Outcomes with an Aging Demographic 
Presenter: Dr. Miles Cone Release Date: 6/14/23
Credits: 1 CEU, Free Self-Study Expiration Date: 6/14/26
AGD Subject Code: 780  

As the patient pool in each dental practice continues to age, clinicians must thoughtfully consider and approach the evolving restorative needs and oral health demands of each individual patient. This CE webinar will cover several real-world case studies which demonstrate a customized approach to treatment planning endosseous implants, improving the esthetics of darker teeth, aiding the retention and stability of removable prosthetics, and improving the overall hygiene and well-being of periodontally compromised dentition within an ageing demographic.

During this CE webinar, we will:
• Recognize appropriate patient-based case selection criteria to ensure long-term success for direct, indirect, implant and removable treatment planning solutions
• Improve all phases of care from pre-operative diagnosis, lab communication, delivery and follow-up treatment for an aging patient base
• Develop a case-specific armamentarium based on treatment needs and goals of each case
• Apply course concepts and techniques to current patient population   ( disclaimer , AGD PACE Statement )

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