ICODP Webinar

Webinar 12: Treating Failing Restorations

Tuesday 04 May at 08:00 pm

In Australia, the average lifespan is increasing and as such, the aesthetic demand is growing as patients live longer. We are seeing an increase in patients 60-years old and older. What happens if they have had previous composite restoriations due to asymmetric gum recession? How can we treat patients like this that have limited options?

We explore what factors should be considered when treating failing restorations. When can a restoration be saved? In this webinar, we will be joined by Dr Nalbandian to discuss the case of a 60-year-old female who requested treating her failing restorations for aesthetic improvement purposes. This webinar will be comprehensive and cover both treatment options and diagnosis.

Dr. Sarkis Nalbandian
We discuss the following and more:

• Real-world case studies.
• 60-year-old female wanting to treat failing restorations for aesthetic improvement.
• Diagnosis.
• Short-term and long-term treatment options.
• What factors would you consider when treating failing restorations?