Planning for Resistance: Traditional to Modern Single-Tooth Indirect RestorationsDate(s)
Subject: 610 Fixed Prosthodontics
Credits: 1.5 Lecture Hours
Tuesday, February 23rd: 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm CST
Audience: Dentist, Region 17
Fee: Free to AGD Members, Non-Members $125, Students $37.50
This course will review the basics of traditional resistance form in tooth preparation.
Participants will discuss treatment planning for restoring heavily treated single teeth and modern tooth preparation in adhesive dentistry.
- Learn principles of treatment planning for traditional and modern tooth preparation.
- Review the basics of traditional resistance form in tooth preparation.
Maj. Martin Smallidge, DMD, MPH, MS, currently serves the U.S. Army as chief of prosthodontics at Bhaskar Dental Clinic, Fort Shafter, Hawaii. He is an assistant professor of prosthodontics at the Uniformed Services University, where he mentors for the DENTAC-HI AEGD-2 and OMS programs. In 2018, Smallidge received his certification in prosthodontics from the U.S. Army Advanced Education in Prosthodontics program and MS in oral biology from the Uniformed Services University. His research was published in the Journal of Prosthodontics and won multiple awards, including the Joseph L. Bernier Award in 2019. He enjoys life in Hawaii with his wife, Kate, their son, Kieran, and dog, Jack. This course is sponsored by Region 17
The course is sponsored by Region 17