Presenter: Michael C. Fling, DDS




Treating complex cases for a patient with limited resources can be challenging. This is especially true when trying to find intermediate restorative material options that are affordable and long lasting enough to stabilize necessary changes in aesthetics and the occlusion. Understanding the latest state-of-the-art options can make it possible to propose a complex yet affordable treatment plan to which the patient can say yes—specifically a treatment plan with a timeline that includes an intermediate solution that can later be converted to a permanent solution, thus accommodating the patient’s financial constraints.

Course Objectives:

  1. Learn a novel technique for the fabrication of a chairside long lasting, durable provisionals.
  2. Introduction to a semi-permanent material (LuxaCrown [DMG America]).
  3. Discuss phasing of treatment on complex restorative cases including those that include changes in vertical dimension of occlusion (VDO).

Presenter: Michael C. Fling, DDS

Course Details

CE Hours

1.5 Hours

Subject Code

250 Operative


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