Clinical Complications in Fixed Prosthodontics: Causes, Prevention, and Management Part 3
You will receive 1 unit(s) of continuing education credit upon successful completion of this course. The purchase price of this course is $41.00
Part 3: Clinical Complications with Resin Bonded Prostheses
The most common clinical complications associated with resin bonded prostheses are identified along with methods of minimizing or preventing them. Methods of managing the complications are described when they do occur.
Upon completion of this course, the participant should be able to:
- Describe the indications and limitations of resin bonded prostheses.
- Identify the most common complications associated with resin bonded prostheses.
- Know the debond rate associated with resin bonded prostheses.
- Discuss the diagnosis and treatment planning factors that affect debonding.
- Describe the tooth preparation features that reduce or eliminate complications.
- Identify the appropriate metal thicknesses required in frameworks.
- Describe the methods used to retain resin cements to the metal framework.
- Discuss the appropriate cementation protocol.
Knowledge of the factors that cause complications and failure in fixed prosthodontics enhances our ability to develop effective treatment plans, facilitates success, promotes optimal doctor-patient communication regarding anticipated treatment outcomes and provides early diagnosis of problems encountered during long-term maintenance. This presentation will identify the most common complications encountered with resin bonded prostheses and describe methods of minimizing or preventing their occurrence as well as managing the complications when they occur.
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