If you ever wished that the final afternoon of Facially Generated Treatment Planning could have continued, this is the course for you. In three days of diagnostic and treatment-planning exercises, participants will submit photographs and models for faculty-led review and planning using the Esthetic Function Structure Biology (EFSB) system. Each case discussion will generate topics that will strengthen your understanding and broaden your skills in visualizing treatment options. Frank and Gregg will use cases they have treated to illustrate the treatment options selected through the EFSB process. Participants are encouraged to bring their computers to digitally prepare group exercise cases; 8″X10″ prints with acetate will be provided for participants who prefer analog presentations. This course is suitable for both seasoned veterans and less-experienced dentists.
Prerequisites: Facially Generated Treatment Planning; Occlusion in Clinical Practice
Participants will learn:
- How to design the esthetic outcome on acetate or computer
- How to relate the desired esthetic outcome to the functional requirements of the case
- How to determine treatment sequencing for simple and complex cases