An Introduction to Global Diagnosis
November 11 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm PSTFree – $200.00
4.0 Hours (Lecture)
734 (Diagnosis & Treatment Planning)
$Free (Registration will be Confirmed by UWSOD Student Roster) A $100 registration penalty fee will be charged for those that falsely register as a UWSOD dental student.
$Free (Registration will be Confirmed by UWSOD Faculty Roster) A $100 registration penalty fee will be charged for those that falsely register as a UWSOD dental school faculty.
IAG Member Dentist or AGD Member Dentist
Non-AGD and Non-IAG Member Dentist
University of Washington Dental School, Room D209
Description & Objectives
With the increased emphasis on interdisciplinary treatment in recent years, the deficiencies associated with traditional methods of diagnosis and treatment planning have become more evident and problematic. Historically, the treatment plan was primarily dictated by information provided by study casts which were mounted on a sophisticated articulator in centric relation. At that time in history, the primary tools available for treating the complex restorative patient were functional crown lengthening surgery and increasing the vertical dimension of occlusion.
- Describe 4 Global Diagnoses
- Describe the “5 CORE Questions” with their corresponding treatment options.
- A systematic approach to facial, esthetic, and functional diagnoses.
Meet Your Speaker
J. William Robbins
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