- Thursday 1/27/2022
- Time: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
- Course Code: 106TH
- Cost: $499
- Room Location: BCEC Room 153C
- Credits: 4 CE Hours
Crown lengthening procedures may involve osseous resective therapy in addition to surgical management of soft tissue. These hard- and soft-tissue alterations may be provided in order to obtain a ferrule height and establish a biologic width. This course will utilize a plastic typodont to provide a practical exercise in exposing a maxillary premolar with a subgingival fracture. Techniques for incisions, osseous therapy, and suturing will be reviewed. Indications and contraindications to surgical exposure will be discussed.
- Practice crown lengthening techniques on a typodont
- Design a flap for a crown lengthening surgical procedure
- Utilize ostectomy and osteoplasty to achieve adequate tooth exposure
- Identify how to eliminate osseous deformities
- Apically position a flap with periosteal sutures
- Provide postoperative management
- Determine when crown lengthening is contraindicated
*Tuition includes cost of models that attendees will keep at the conclusion of the course.