Webinar | Tooth Agenesis

Interdisciplinary management of patients with tooth agenesis

Available from October 12, 2021

Dental agenesis is the most commonly occurring dental anomaly during tooth development. Treatment may last from childhood to early adulthood followed by a need of maintenance and retreatment throughout life. Dental aplasia can seriously affect young patients physically and psychologically, particularly during puberty. Management of patients with dental agenesis is therefore challenging and often include several specialties such as pediatric dentistry orthodontics, oral surgery and prosthodontics. Interdisciplinary cooperation among dental practitioners is important to achieve optimal treatment outcomes for these patients.

In this year’s webinar we have invited a group of internationally recognized researchers and clinical specialists who will update you on the latest knowledge and discuss dilemmas in the choice of treatment of patients with tooth agenesis. Please join us online at our webinar.

Participation grants 11 CE points.


Speakers

Sven
Kreiborg

Denmark
Hendrik
Terheyden

Germany
Stefan
Axelsson

Norway
Simon S.
Jensen
Denmark
Morten G.
Laursen
Danmark
Shakeel
Shahdad

England
Mathias
Kern
Germany
Ewa
Czochrowska

Poland
Thomas
Kofoed

Danmark

Lecture overview

Here you can see a list of lectures available in this webinar: Lecture overview for Tooth Agenesis webinar


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