Dr Christopher Ho - In the modern age of patients demanding more aesthetic and natural looking restorations, this workshop covers the use of direct composite in the aesthetic zone.
Dr. Ho will share step-by-step procedures allowing the participant to master the artistry of beautiful direct resin restorations. The ability to sculpt and form restorations that harmonise naturally into the patient’s dentition is one that every dentist should be equipped to deal with the modern age of aesthetics and beauty. This course is a mixture of lecture and workshop giving attendees practical hands-on experience. Attendees will take home techniques learnt and will be able to immediately adopt these into their practice.
Dr Christopher Ho - In this modern age we have a plethora of options to rehabilitate broken down dentitions. In this presentation the concepts of additive dentistry with both direct and indirect restorative materials will be shared, with a detailed outline of the latest in materials and techniques to restore teeth predictably. Historical concepts of conventional crown and bridge dentistry have morphed into more conservative and adhesive approaches to solve complex dental problems. Multiple patient cases will be shared to allow an understanding of both material requirements and procedural techniques to deliver successful and aesthetic outcomes.
During Session III all aspects of advanced implant procedures, ridge grafting, sinus augmentation and complications in implant dentistry will be featured. The Live Surgery demonstration and the hands-on workshop performed by class students will highlight procedures using GBR-grafts with barrier membranes and BMP-2 grafts with titanium mesh.
Participants will practice on fresh goat maxilla models, with the latest implant designs, microsurgical sinus hand instruments, osteotome instruments, bovine filler materials and resorbable membranes and Growth Factors
Dr Christopher Ho - In the modern age of patients demanding more aesthetic and natural looking restorations, this two day course covers the use of ceramic restorations (porcelain veneers, onlays and crowns) from treatment planning to preparation and cementation. A thorough clinical assessment with comprehensive planning of the patient will be emphasised with the use of diagnostic waxups in the workup of anterior restorations.
Dr Christopher HO - The third module is intended to concentrate on restorative aspects of implant treatment. Each participant will become familiar with the rationale of cement vs screw retained implant restorations. The focus will be on various prosthetic components for implant restorative solution. e.g. impression and abutments needed to restore a single implant crown. Each participant will become familiar with differences and similarities of components of different implant systems.
This intense hands-on course is featuring all aspects of plastic aesthetic periodontal surgery. Predictable wound healing is the most important prerequisite for successful treatment. Being as precise and atraumatic as possible are key factors to positively influence the treatment outcome.