Supporting Comprehensive Treatment Planning for Toothborne Cases

Tramain Watkins, CDT


Time: 8:00 am - 11:30 am Code: F14 Cost: $0/$0 after Sept. 29 Date: Friday, Oct. 28

CE Credits:  3 Hour Lecture  |  Subject: Restorative/Full Arch Treatment Planning |  Recommended for: Dental Technicians, Dentists

This course will equip dental technicians to assist their clinicians in treatment planning large, primarily toothborne cases.  We will cover the basics of treatment planning, including patient evaluation, photos, bites, and evaluation of existing teeth and edentulous areas.  We will also discuss creating an esthetic and functional template for treatment, collaborating with clinicians, treatment sequencing and provisionalization, and tips on restorative selection.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand and be able to communicate a method for treatment planning large toothborne cases.
  • Learn a series of steps for creating predictable esthetics for large cases.
  • Understand the indications for various restorative materials.

About the Speaker:

Tramain Watkins, CDT, has been working in the dental laboratory industry for more than 35 years and has gained experience in all aspects of fixed and removable restorations, with an emphasis on implant-supported and retained restorations.  He also has extensive continuing education in clinical dentistry.  He has provided clinical support in case planning, troubleshooting, and implant placement, and has trained other technicians in all aspects of dental technology. He is currently the Clinical Director for Guided Surgery with National Dentex (NDX). Financial Relationship – Employee: National Dentex Corp.

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