CONTINUING DENTAL EDUCATION AND ALUMNI AFFAIRS

September 23, 2011

Lecture Course
The Full Mouth Rehabilitation

Paul A. Hansen, D.D.S.

Overview
This program will concentrate on the nuts and bolts of the full mouth rehabilitation. Where do we begin? How do we develop the treatment plan? What will be our clinical objectives? What materials should we use to return our patients to proper form and function? This program is clinically oriented using cases Dr. Hansen has completed over the years.

This program will begin with a brief overview of occlusion and how it relates to the full mouth rehabilitation. We will discuss where to begin and how to develop the big case. Keeping the case temporized and functional during the construction phase is important. We will review how to articulate the large case, and how to keep it simple. We will review anterior guidance and how to develop it in a clinical situation.

This is a very clinically oriented program concentrating on completed cases, how to restore difficult occlusal problems, how to develop anterior guidance and transfer this information to the articulator and the laboratory.

Objectives
• How to make interocclusal records for the large case.
• Know where to restore the patient, centric relation vs. maximum intercuspation.
• How to develop the treatment plan.
• Basics of how to observe the occlusion.
• How to recognize occlusal problems?
• How do we develop the interocclusal relationships?
• How can we provisionalize the patient for a predictable final result?
• Can we change the VDO safely?
• What materials should we use for our rehabilitations?
• How do we incorporate imiplants into our restoration?
• What to look for in recalls and how to keep the rehabilitation going for years to come.

PRESENTER
Paul A. Hansen, D.D.S., obtained his dental degree from the University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry in 1975. Dr. Hansen started a one-year Prosthodontic residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, Texas (UTHSCSA) and a two-year Prosthodontic residency at Wilford Hall Medical Center. Currently he is the Prosthodontic Section Director, Department of Adult Restorative Dentistry, University of Nebraska Medical Center College of Dentistry. He also maintains a private practice in Lincoln, Nebraska.

TIME
Check-in & Breakfast: D.S. Cafeteria, 8:00 AM
Program: Friday, 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

LOCATION
The University of Texas Health Science Center
at San Antonio, Dental School

TUITION
Dentist: $240.00
Dentist: $240.00 - 20% = $192.00
Dentist: $240.00 - 15% = $204.00

CREDIT (Course Code: 150351A)
AGD Code: 180 Hours: 7

Two Step Savings
Register before July 26, 2011 to receive a 20% discount.
Register before August 25, 2011 to receive a 15% discount.

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