The ability to provide patient care that yields a predictable outcome for restorative dentistry is dependent upon an individualised risk assessment for your patient. Unfortunately, the majority of data utilised in making decisions regarding patient care is based on survival analysis, which is procedure-generated and may not accurately reflect the individual needs of your patient. This session the first part of a 3-part program and focuses on the realm of Biofilm Mediate Disease in the Caries and Periodontal. Understanding how caries and periodontal disease compromises tooth structure will provide a conceptual framework for clinical practice that will lead to more successful strategies regarding the integration and management of restorative dentistry.
- Understanding tooth modes of failure that may compromise your dentistry.
- Pit and fissure system
- Cervical (Coronal to CEJ)
- Apical caries (Below to CEJ)
- Periodontal disease: Host modulated
Dr. John Kois
Received his D.M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Dental Medicine and Certificate in Periodontal Prosthodontics with a M.S.D. degree from the University of Washington, School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Prosthodontics in Tacoma and ...