Saving Teeth – alternatives to extraction

$29.00

There are many conditions commonly seen in general practice that can be treated rather than opting for extraction, including uncomplicated tooth fractures (enamel and dentine exposed – pulp NOT exposed), enamel hypoplasia or carious lesions, periodontally affected tooth (increased periodontal sulcus depth or pocket formation), gingival recession and malocclusion of recently erupted mandibular canine teeth. These are all treatable in practice and this webinar will look at how you can do this and increase your dental skills.

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There are many conditions commonly seen in general practice that can be treated rather than opting for extraction, including uncomplicated tooth fractures (enamel and dentine exposed – pulp NOT exposed), enamel hypoplasia or carious lesions, periodontally affected tooth (increased periodontal sulcus depth or pocket formation), gingival recession and malocclusion of recently erupted mandibular canine teeth. These are all treatable in practice and this webinar will look at how you can do this and increase your dental skills.