3:00 PM Dubai
Live Webinar: Treatment of the worn dentition
Speaker(s): Prof. Paul Tipton
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Treatment of the worn dentition
More and more people are wearing their teeth, and the management of this wear is critical to successful treatment.
This dental webinar will explain the aetiology of wear and the various treatment modalities with special reference to occlusion.
The plane of occlusion determines:
- degree of tooth reduction
- need for crown lengthening
Release date: 12/07/2018
Expiration date: 12/07/2021
“Treatment of the worn dentition” is co-sponsored by Tribune Group GmbH. Tribune Group GmbH is a recognized ADA CERP and AGD PACE provider.
Prof. Paul Tipton
A highly respected Specialist in Prosthodontics, Paul has published over 100 scientific articles in the dental press and is an expert lecturer in his field with Tipton Training Academies in Manchester, London and Dubai (www.tiptontraining.co.uk). After gaining his Masters Degree in Conservative Dentistry in 1989, he was awarded the Diploma in General Dental Practice by the Royal College of Surgeons four years later and received Specialist status in Prosthodontics in 1999 from the GDC. He is currently Professor of Cosmetic Dentistry at the City of London Dental School and BPP University, and President of the British Academy of Restorative Dentistry (www.bard.uk.com). An ex-professional cricketer with Lancashire County Cricket Club. He is one of the UK’s most successful dentists in the UK (www.drpaultipton.com) with specialist clinics in Manchester and London (www.tclinic.co.uk) and regularly appears in the Dentistry Top 50 UK dentist’s poll.
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