Synopsis:Patients present to the 21st century dental practice with specific ideas and high expectations of how esthetic dental treatment can help them in their lives. These expectations must be met with expertise that takes esthetic dental diagnosis and treatment to its highest level. This lecture will present a vast array of functional esthetic techniques that help a dental practitioner implement proven systems for predictable success when designing and completing the indirect restorative esthetic case. The systems covered in detail will assist the dental practitioner, whether they are restoring one tooth to match an otherwise healthy dentition, performing a smile renovation, or needing to perform a comprehensive oral rehabilitation.Objectives:
Your Educator: Michael R. Sesemann, DDS, FAACDAfter becoming an Accredited Member of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry in 1999, he became the 35th Fellow of the Academy in 2004. He currently serves as an examiner for the Accreditation and Fellowship processes and was elected to be the Academy’s 23rd President serving the organization in 2009-2010. While maintaining a full-time practice in Omaha, Dr. Sesemann lectures internationally and has published several manuscripts on the techniques necessary for successful completion of a comprehensive restorative case. He enjoys being an Adjunct Faculty and a member of the Advisory Board for the Kois Center. He is also a faculty member of the Beverly Hills Institute of Dental Esthetics and served at the Dawson Center in a similar capacity.