What Problems Arise with Crown and Bridgework
Troubleshooting Aesthetic Problems
Troubleshooting Fit Problems
We will examine why problems are experienced at the time of issuing a restoration, often requiring significant clinical time to adjust, or resulting in the need for a remake. By understanding where errors arise, a clinician can put into place measures to minimise the risk of error and the headaches that might otherwise ensue. We will explore which procedures pose the largest risk of problems and consider alternative approaches with a higher degree of reliability and predictability.
About the presenter
Dr Simon Parsons is a practising dentist with over 25 years’ experience working in private dental practice. Dr Parsons tutored dental undergraduates and dental assistants and continues to enjoy teaching and mentoring oral health professionals. He has balanced his interest in clinical treatment and practice management in various roles, having run large multidisciplinary dental practices for over a decade.
Dr Simon Parsons is a Sydney-based general dentist who currently splits his time across private practice, providing dentolegal advice to clinicians, and delivering educational lectures, workshops and webinars. He has over thirty years of clinical experience and has worked in the past as a clinical consultant for Southern Cross Dental as well as in roles as Clinical Director and Senior Dentist at large group practices.
What Problems Arise with Crown and Bridgework?
Why do we experience less than desirable aesthetics?
Why do we experience Fit Problems?